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Partnerships

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Sponsorships

DHA would not be able to continue the important work it does without the dedicated support of our corporate sponsors, community and national partners, and individual supporters. See below to learn more about our partners and supporters. 

Sponsors 

Related Midwest

ComEd

Transport Link

Evolve Bank and Trust

Marram Health Center

DB Sterlin and Consultants, Inc.

Partnerships

Haitian American Museum of Chicago

Friends of the Parks

The Floating Museum

Friends of DuSable

DuSable Park Coalition

DuSable Park Advisory Council

DuSable Museum of African American History

River North Business Association

Haitian Network Group of Detroit 

St. Marc Essay Scholarship Contest

The DuSable Heritage Association with its partner school The James M. Stine College in St. Marc, Haiti launched its first DuSable Heritage Association Essay Contest.  The James M. Stine College is a private secondary school in St. Marc, Haiti. It welcomed its first students on October 3, 2011. The James M. Stine College offers quality secondary education to young women and men from the region and to those whose schools collapsed during a major earthquake in 2010. The Clercs de St. Viateur, a religious congregation of priests and brothers, direct the school. It currently serves over 350 students in 20 classrooms with a total capacity is 800 students.   The James M. Stine College plans to add 10 additional classrooms, raising the school capacity to 1000 students. The DHA Essay Contest invited students to respond to DHA by December 31, 2015.  The goal of the DHA Student Essay Contest is to motivate students to practice their thinking and writing skills in order to increase their achievement level. The program also aims to increase self-esteem by promoting a positive history and culture while conducting historical research about their own country, their people and/or their contributions to the history of the world. DHA hopes that the student writing contest increases civic literacy; helps to engage and enhance writing, comprehension and research skills and strengthens student’s understanding of history.