The Revolutionary Drummer Boy Turned Haitian King
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The Revolutionary Drummer Boy Turned Haitian King

The wild story of a 12-year-old American Revolutionary drummer boy who went on to rule Haiti. Once upon a time, even the wild story of a 12-year-old American…

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REBUILD GLOBALLY HOSTING RUNWAY TO HAITI FASHION SHOW ON MARCH 8
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REBUILD GLOBALLY HOSTING RUNWAY TO HAITI FASHION SHOW ON MARCH 8

Rebuild Globally is an Orlando-based non-profit focused on alleviating poverty in Haiti via education and providing a more sustainable, entrepreneurial solution for survivors of the 2010 earthquake. Rebuild…

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In New Orleans, Whispers of Haiti Become a Brassy Mardi Gras Shout
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In New Orleans, Whispers of Haiti Become a Brassy Mardi Gras Shout

NEW ORLEANS — Régine Chassagne was standing barefoot in her rambling New Orleans home on a recent weekday, showing members of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band how to…

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‘Voodoo’ tour of Haiti launched to raise development money
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‘Voodoo’ tour of Haiti launched to raise development money

Vodou ‘a very healing religion,’ organizing says, but ‘has its negative sides, too’ A P.E.I. tour company is offering Islanders an opportunity this spring to learn more about…

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Luxe Event Aims to Change Haiti’s Image Through Fashion
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Luxe Event Aims to Change Haiti’s Image Through Fashion

A model showcases a dress featuring colors of Haiti’s flag by Haitian fashion designer Immacula Pericles. WASHINGTON/PETIONVILLE —  Dozens of designers from Haiti and around the world showcased…

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Despite what President Trump says, Haiti’s a budding tourism destination
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Despite what President Trump says, Haiti’s a budding tourism destination

President Trump may have given Haiti an unlikely boost when he labeled the Caribbean country a “sh–hole” last month. The comment — made during an immigration meeting in…

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Why go to Haiti – spotlighting the positives sides of the Republic
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Why go to Haiti – spotlighting the positives sides of the Republic

AN ELDERLY GENTLEMAN sits in the shade in Port-au-Prince, the capital city of Haiti. (Photo by Kennth Neely)   In the hills of Haiti, about 40 minutes from the…

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Without Haiti, the United States Would, in Fact, Be a Shithole – And some other things about the country that Donald Trump doesn’t know and doesn’t care to know.
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Without Haiti, the United States Would, in Fact, Be a Shithole – And some other things about the country that Donald Trump doesn’t know and doesn’t care to know.

It feels strange to me after so many years of thinking and writing about Haiti, to say nothing of simply being there, to have to rise to the country’s…

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Haiti Has Been Mistreated By Politicians Like Donald Trump for Centuries
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Haiti Has Been Mistreated By Politicians Like Donald Trump for Centuries

In this op-ed, writer Fabienne Josaphat explains the history of Haiti, and how it has been mistreated by politicians long before President Donald Trump’s recent remarks. President Donald…

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Konparet
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Konparet

INGREDIENTS: 2 1/4 cups of all-purpose flour 1 tbsp of ground cinammon 1/4 tsp of nutmeg 1 tsp of coarse kosher salt 2 tsp of baking powder 3…

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