Biography of Haitian Revolution Leader Toussaint Louverture
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Biography of Haitian Revolution Leader Toussaint Louverture

Toussaint Louverture led what is known as the only triumphant mass slave revolt in history. Thanks largely to his efforts, Haiti won its independence in 1804. But the…

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MAY 18 | HAITIAN FLAG DAY
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MAY 18 | HAITIAN FLAG DAY

One of the primary symbols of Haitian freedom is the Haitian flag created in Arcahaie, a town located outside of Port-Au-Prince) on May 18, 1803. Since then, May…

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“Jeu de Bâton” A Fighting Art of the National Army
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“Jeu de Bâton” A Fighting Art of the National Army

Monday in Lagrange (Artibonite Department), as part of the Day of Agriculture and Labor, the National Bureau of Ethnology (BNE) in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and…

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Haiti should relinquish its sovereignty
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Haiti should relinquish its sovereignty

        I moved back to my native Quebec from Port-au-Prince not long before Haiti adopted its constitution 30 years ago. Since then, Haitians have failed to…

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