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FLASH: Haiti Manifestation - Street protesters are heading to Haiti International Airport FLASH: Haiti Manifestation - Street protesters are heading to Haiti International Airport

Breaking News... Haiti Manifestation 11 Feb 2019, a group of street protesters are heading to Haiti International Airport in Port-au-Prince Haiti...

Relationships : How many Haitian marriages end in divorce because of an affair? Relationships : How many Haitian marriages end in divorce because of an affair?

A Haitian man once told me one of the main reasons he is married to a Haitian woman is because Haitian women talk a lot in your head when you cheat...

What happens when you grow old in Haiti and your children don't want to take care of you? What happens when you grow old in Haiti and your children don't want to take care of you?

It's in our culture, Haitians expect their children to take care of them when they grow old but is the new generation of Haitians up to the task? I...

Haitian Photo Stories...

PHOTO: Haitian Street Protester with baricade of fire behind him PHOTO: Haitian Street Protester with baricade of fire behind him

Look at this photo... A Haitian street protester standing in front of a barricade of burning tires in the streets with his face covered during the...

Fresh Organic Spinach from Haiti Fresh Organic Spinach from Haiti

In the area where I live in Central Haiti, fresh organic spinach is available year-round. We spoke to a local in the area and she told us this fresh...

Spices in Haiti: L'ail (Garlic in English) Spices in Haiti: L'ail (Garlic in English)

Haitians call it "lay" in Creole, no wonder, it's l'ail in French, but in English it is is called Garlic. Is garlic a vegetable or root? Many people...