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There were two choices: His wife and his kids or him and his kids but he chose his wife and his kids.
His wife died while ago.
His kids were some great Professionals.

I heard the story in unknown little black history while ago.
I believe now hollywood is less bias as more blacks and other great minded stars start to emerge, ducation is the light for all. Therefore more histories will come out and will be greatly apreciated by a broad none bias audience.

even five years ago this kind of story would have been chalenged and denied.

before when one distorted history, he was a hero because it was the dangerous Cesar leading blind but now the wise is alighting the blind and his eyes start to really open. The acceptance and the philanthropy has become natural and thats is scary for Mr. Dangerous Cesar.

Garry Destin, March 6 2009, 9:11 AM

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Wow, this is amazing! Just think, how many other fascinating stories like this are there just waiting to be revealed about our people? Lemercier's... read more >
Kineo, 6-Mar-09 8:10 am
There were two choices: His wife and his kids or him and his kids but he chose his wife and his kids. His wife died while ago. His kids were some... read more >
Garry Destin, 6-Mar-09 9:11 am
Yeah!!! Hello everyone. Thank so much Lindsay Firmin to reveal to us the real life of a porwerful decendent Men from the bloodline of Haitian... read more >
Marie, 7-Mar-09 11:21 pm
thanks for this info man,i think we will discover more we just starting and i hope they will realise a day that we are a great nation even they dont... read more >
Alerte Jean Mackendy, 9-Mar-09 6:04 am
Heroic Haitian figure! I never would have thought there was a (black) Haitian man on the Titanic when it sunk. read more >
Richard M Joseph Iii, 26-Mar-09 4:06 pm
I never knee that..What an interesting fact...Makes you think about what else about black history has been left out of history books, etc on purpose. read more >
Dee Dee, 19-Jul-09 3:33 pm
This is a very interesting revelation.Not only was Mr.Laroche the only Black man on the Titanic, he was also the only nephew of a president on board. read more >
Janet G., 25-Aug-09 5:31 pm
we are a great people read more >
Rose, 29-Jun-10 6:48 pm
First of all, I'd like to thank the author and secondly, CaRiMi, guys, you will always be my favorite band and I will always keep you in my mind... read more >
Lookan Kane, 20-Jan-11 8:24 am
Funny! How they constantly try to hide the heroics, and development of the Haitian nation in history. The thruth will never remain silent. There's... read more >
Cameau, 24-Jan-11 6:30 pm
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