Haitian Voices
Haitian Voices is a monthly community affairs program highlighting the major issues facing South Florida's fast-growing Haitian population, while celebrating the community's culture and tradition. Each month, studio guests will help navigate critical concerns, including education, health care, and employment, connecting the Haitian diaspora, as well as the new generation of Haitian-Americans, with important community resources. The program will also highlight the colorful Haitian culture and events that make South Florida one the most exciting and diverse destinations in the U.S.

Haitian Voices is part celebration, part community service. Join Gepsie Metellus and WPBT2 as we explore cultural identity and tradition, while connecting viewers to the resources that will help South Florida's immigrant communities grow and flourish.

Gepsie Morisset-Metellus
The series is hosted by Gepsie Morisset-Metellus, co-founder and Executive Director of Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center. Her community involvement spans over two decades. A frequent radio and television commentator about the issues that impact the Haitian community, Gepsie has also authored several articles, white papers and publications about the Haitian experience such as The Haitian Presence in the United States; Haitians: Their History and Culture; The Long Journey of South Florida’s Haitian Community and The Magic of Little Haiti. Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Gepsie M. Metellus migrated to the United States at the age of twelve. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in French/Romance Languages from Queens College, New York; a Masters of Science in Modern Language Education from Florida International University and a Post Masters Certificate in Education Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. In 2004, she was conferred an honorary doctorate for community service by the Université Jean Price Mars in Port-au- Prince, Haiti.


  • Commission Chair Monestime
  • Impact of Haitian Writers in Literature
  • Haitian Creole
  • Coming Soon