Kwame Raoul On MSNBC Hardball

Kwame Raoul On MSNBC Hardball

Here is a still photo of Haitian-American Senator Kwame Raoul being interviewed by Chris Matthews on MSNBC's "Hardball"

Senator Kwame Raoul fill the vacant seat left by Barack Obama when he became a U.S. Senator.

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On Tuesday, August 8, 2023, the US embassy in Port-au-Prince Haiti shut its doors, prompting an unusual spectacle outside its premises. The surroundings of the embassy compound have undergone an unexpected transformation into a temporary habitat for visiting goats and dogs.

Read: US Embassy in Haiti closed - Goats and Dogs move in as Embassy personnel abandon the area

Since 1962, Elevage libre (Free Breeding) and animals roaming the streets of Haiti's cities, towns and villages were forever abolished by the Code Rural of president Francois Duvalier.

Read: Didn't President Francois Duvalier abolish elevage libre (Free Breeding) in Haiti and forbid the movement of livestocks within city limits?

Haiti's history is marked by a series of challenges that have often left its population in a vulnerable position. There is one principle reason why Haiti has always found itself in this predicament. Some people will not admit it but we all know it is true.

Read: The Culprit : Why Haiti has never been able to establish strong diplomatic ties and foster economic development

On Monday 31 July, 2023, Radio Kiskeya announced the death of their famous journalist Liliane Pierre-Paul over the air. The Haitian media was mourning the death of one their best.

Read: Farewell to a Journalism Icon: Remembering Liliane Pierre-Paul of Radio Kiskeya

Watch this video of a group of young Haitian artists in Haiti performing the popular song "Le Plein" by ZAFEM twoubadou Style.

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