Gay family defies odds in Haiti
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Gay family defies odds in Haiti

The majority of the western hemisphere sanctions same-sex marriage and adoption for LGBT parents, but…

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In 1825, Haiti Gained Independence From France For $21 Billion — It’s Time For France To Pay It Back
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In 1825, Haiti Gained Independence From France For $21 Billion — It’s Time For France To Pay It Back

The devastation wreaked on Haiti by Hurricane Matthew last fall was just the latest in…

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As the 2017 hurricane season ends, preparing for storms in years to come
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As the 2017 hurricane season ends, preparing for storms in years to come

The power of Mother Nature and the fragility of our relationship with her becomes undeniable…

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The First Annual Creole Image Honors
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The First Annual Creole Image Honors

“Honneur… Respect…” The Red Carpet was a buzz as Honorees and known personalities within the…

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Poverty Prevails on Dominican-Haitian Border
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Poverty Prevails on Dominican-Haitian Border

Santo Domingo, Oct 10 (Prensa Latina) On the Dominican-Haitian border, there is great poverty and…

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Haiti Seeks TPS Extension for Its Nationals in US
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Haiti Seeks TPS Extension for Its Nationals in US

Haiti has formally requested that U.S. immigration authorities grant an 18-month extension to a program…

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Brooklyn Official Calls For Designation Of “Little Haiti” In Flatbush
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Brooklyn Official Calls For Designation Of “Little Haiti” In Flatbush

BROOKLYN, NY — An effort to name parts of the Flatbush section of Brooklyn “Little…

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Haitian Orphan Choir leads national anthem at Atlanta United match
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Haitian Orphan Choir leads national anthem at Atlanta United match

ATLANTA, Georgia, USA (sentinel.ht) – On Tuesday, Major League Soccor club, Atlanta United, brought in…

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Haitian Revolution To Black Lives Matter: A History Of Suppressing The Black Voice
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Haitian Revolution To Black Lives Matter: A History Of Suppressing The Black Voice

The call for protest and rebellion against French slave owners, which subsequently ended French tyranny…

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Beekeeping an alternative activity for fishermen in St-Jean du Sud
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Beekeeping an alternative activity for fishermen in St-Jean du Sud

In order to allow fishermen living in the buffer zones of the mangrove ecosystems of…

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