“Sweet Micky” banned from participation in Jacmel carnival parade
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“Sweet Micky” banned from participation in Jacmel carnival parade

After Gonaïves, Jacmel City Council decided in turn, in a note dated January 29, not to allow the participation of the group “Sweet Micky” at the carnival carnival of…

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What A Haitian Entrepreneur And Haitian-American Nurse Can Teach Us About Identity
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What A Haitian Entrepreneur And Haitian-American Nurse Can Teach Us About Identity

 “I am a woman first. And then a strong Haitian woman.” “I’m very comfortable with my femininity and my assertiveness. In Haitian culture, women are the center of…

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Haiti’s Michael Brun Responds to Trump’s ‘Shithole’ Comments: Exclusive
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Haiti’s Michael Brun Responds to Trump’s ‘Shithole’ Comments: Exclusive

Today’s United States is a land rife with cultural divide, but Haitian DJ/producer Michael Brun comes bearing a message of love and unity. Hailing from Port-au-Prince, the 25-year-old knows the…

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Conan Announces Trip to Haiti, Despite Trump’s ‘Very Negative Yelp Review’
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Conan Announces Trip to Haiti, Despite Trump’s ‘Very Negative Yelp Review’

The nation has been collectively riffing on President Trump’s “shithole” comment since Thursday, but so far, only one late-night host has responded to the president’s denigration of Haiti, El Salvador,…

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«Emmy», a star of Haitian voodoo folklore passed away
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«Emmy», a star of Haitian voodoo folklore passed away

The Haitian cultural community does not end suffering the torments of death these days. After the disappearance of the Anthropologist of Culture, Rachel Beauvoir-Dominique on January 5th. It…

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From Haiti for Shady: Bills have an unsung hero, and punches the clock
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From Haiti for Shady: Bills have an unsung hero, and punches the clock

As a freshman in high school, Vladimir Ducasse​ was starting to play more basketball and less soccer, his favorite sport growing up. After all, a child in Haiti,…

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Cracking down on smuggling eggs into Haiti — for people to eat
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Cracking down on smuggling eggs into Haiti — for people to eat

  JIMANI, Dominican Republic — It’s dusk on market day at the Haitian-Dominican border. Throngs of Haitians have cleared Dominican trucks of their wares, stuffing diapers, brooms and…

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Haitiville Interviews Jesse Woo | Promise Release Party 2017
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Reggie ‘Combat Jack’ Ossé, Hip-Hop Journalist And Podcaster, Dies At 48
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Reggie ‘Combat Jack’ Ossé, Hip-Hop Journalist And Podcaster, Dies At 48

Reggie Ossé, better known to the hip-hop world as podcast host Combat Jack, has passed away from colon cancer. Chris Morrow, Ossé’s friend and his co-founder of Loud…

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Haiti’s Beloved Troubadour Emmanuel “Manno” Charlemagne Dies at 69
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Haiti’s Beloved Troubadour Emmanuel “Manno” Charlemagne Dies at 69

And Haiti’s beloved folk singer and troubadour Emmanuel “Manno” Charlemagne has died in a Miami Beach hospital at the age of 69. Through his music, Charlemagne helped inspire…

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