Almost every Haitian I know, educated or not, believe in superstition

Linda - March 9 2019, 10:57 AM

Superstition is in Haitians' fabric.

It is not something that you can snap them out of. Almost every Haitian I know, educated or not, believe in superstition.

It think our best chance is to start educating the youngest generation by incorporating critical thinking at school.

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