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If a Haitian teacher is mad for being served sliced mangoes for dessert, something is terribly wrong!

By: Hulio (replying to topic) - May 13 2017, 4:21 PM

It tells us there is something terribly wrong! The people we trust to teach the next generation will doom them. They have no pride in what's their own and they worship the foreign.

Where will Haiti ever go with people like that?

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