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Many Haitians use a refrigerator ONLY to chill water, keep the juice cold and to make ice

Many Haitians use a refrigerator ONLY to chill water, keep the juice cold and to make ice

Refrigeration in Haiti -- At my cousin's home in Haiti she has a refrigerator but the only thing you will find in it is a pot of water, juice and two big aluminium bowl in the freezer part to make ice... Nothing else

Although food is going bad on her dining room table, she will not put it in the refrigerator.

Ask her why, she replies: "Mwen pa manje manje dòmi" (I do not eat left over food)

Hmmmmm...

What do you think about that?

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PHOTO: Haiti Prison, Inmates Sleeping Like Sardines

PHOTO: Haiti Prison, Inmates Sleeping Like Sardines

Look at this photo... Inmates sleeping like sardines in a Haitian prison. Whatever you do, don't go to prison in Haiti.

Watch the video: Haiti PRISON Documentary - The Hard Life in a Haitian Prison.

Most articles written about Haiti's prisons describe them as prisons from hell where overcrowding is a mayor problem and inmates live in filthy conditions.

Have you ever visited a prison in Haiti?

Describe your experience. Leave a message.

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Nostrand Ave on East Flatbush, Brooklyn NY, is now Toussaint Louverture Boulevard

Nostrand Ave on East Flatbush, Brooklyn NY, is now Toussaint Louverture Boulevard

Take a look at this... A new street sign was unveiled in New York on May 18 2018, Haitian Flag day. Nostrand Ave on East Flatbush, where it meets Newkirk Avenue in Brooklyn NY, is now Toussaint Louverture Boulevard.

Studies show Flatbush has one of the largest concentration of Haitians in the entire country, News 12 Brooklyn reports.

East Flatbush is a residential neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn.

What do you think about that?

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World Cup 2018 J Balvin Michael Brun Positivo Video Snapshot

World Cup 2018 J Balvin Michael Brun Positivo Video Snapshot

Take a look at this... a still photo from the 2018 world cup video Colombian reggaeton singer J Balvin and Haitian DJ Michael Brun Positivo

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General Henri Christophe - King of Haiti

General Henri Christophe - King of Haiti

Henri Christophe was a general during the Haitian Revolution. Henri Christophe became President of the State of Haiti, the northern part of Haiti, after Emperor Jean Jacques Dessalines died.

On 26 March 1811, Henri Christophe created a kingdom in the North part of Haiti and was later proclaimed Henry I, King of Haiti.

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Rumor spread on Social Media Haitian Dr. Pascal Dabel performed surgery on First Lady Melania Trump

Rumor spread on Social Media Haitian Dr. Pascal Dabel performed surgery on First Lady Melania Trump

Look at this photo... Rumor spread on Social Media that Haitian nephrologist Pascal Dabel performed kinney surgery on First Lady Melania Trump...

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Insecurity in Haiti

Insecurity in Haiti

Every time something bad happens anywhere in the entire Republic of Haiti, the media talks about "insecurity in Haiti."

If two "bouretye" fight over a woman in the streets and one of them ends up hurting the other. there's "insecurity in Haiti."

It's a very popular phrase in Haiti, tough in the United States it's different. You may year about Food Insecurity in the United States, or Housing insecurity in the United States, but plain old "insecurity in the United States," the media doesn't say it like that.

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Confused, scratching my head

Confused, scratching my head

Many times a person will scratch his/her head show that he/she is puzzled, doubtful, or uncertain; to show that he/she has trouble understanding something.

Some of the articles we write probably makes you scratch your head too, don't they? LOL...

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PHOTO: Letizia Ortiz - Queen of Spain

PHOTO: Letizia Ortiz - Queen of Spain

Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano is the Queen of Spain as the wife of King Felipe VI, who ascended on 19 June 2014 on the abdication of his father Juan Carlos.

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Haitian Cuisine - Griot with Rice and Beans invades the New York Times LOL...

Haitian Cuisine - Griot with Rice and Beans invades the New York Times LOL...

There is no denying, Griot (spiced, marinated cubes of pork) with rice and beans, is a national dish in Haiti... But it looks darn good on the New York Times web site... LOL...

Read this Haitian Flag Day article from the New York Times:
A Day to Celebrate Haiti's Flag, and Its Foods

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