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What happened to the TOURISM fever in Haiti? What happened to the TOURISM fever in Haiti?

Two years ago, when Stephanie Villedrouin was Minister of Tourism, there was almost a tourism fever in Haiti. Since she's been gone, well... What can I say??? Things are... Dead!!! :) Question: When was the last time you heard something interesting happening in regards to tourism in Haiti? I

The Parsley Massacre: Seventy-five years ago, the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic was the scene of a mass slaughter The Parsley Massacre: Seventy-five years ago, the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic was the scene of a mass slaughter

Seventy-five years ago, the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic was the scene of a mass slaughter that has long burned in Haitians' collective memory but was either unknown or forgotten in the wider world. It earned the name the Parsley Massacre because Dominican soldiers carried a

Haitian-Americans, are you saving money for College or for your Retirement? Read this... Haitian-Americans, are you saving money for College or for your Retirement? Read this...

I know many Haitian-Americans who will not agree with this statement but... No matter your net worth, you should never put college savings ahead of retirement... Why? Keep reading... The reason is simple: Your kids can always borrow money for college, but you can't finance away your retirement

Haitian man from Cite Soley donates 10,000 gourdes toward Reconstruction of Haiti National Palace Haitian man from Cite Soley donates 10,000 gourdes toward Reconstruction of Haiti National Palace

34 year old Cite Soley resident Steve Colin donated 10,000 gourdes to the Haitian government for the reconstruction of the Haiti National Palace destroyed during the January 2010 earthquake. A Haitian act to rebuild a Haitian symbol, he says... According to newspaper Le Nouvelliste, Steve Colin

Two Main Reasons for the US Occupation of HAITI you probably didn't know Two Main Reasons for the US Occupation of HAITI you probably didn't know

There were two main drivers for the US occupation of Haiti that you probably didn't know... Read this... The first drivers for the US occupation of Haiti was strategic. The U.S. Navy was afraid foreign powers might take over and establish naval bases in Haiti that could threaten US shores and

More Haitian Photo Stories...

Gucci Ace embroidered Women's Sneaker - 1,750 Haitian Gourdes! Gucci Ace embroidered Women's Sneaker - 1,750 Haitian Gourdes!

If you want to buy a real GUCCI Ace embroidered sneaker for a very low price, maybe you should come to Haiti... We have so really good prices over...

Papaya - Nutrition and Health Benefits Papaya - Nutrition and Health Benefits

Raw papaya pulp contains 88% water, 11% carbohydrates, and negligible fat and protein (table). In a 100 gram amount, papaya fruit provides 43...

Monseigneur Max Leroy Mesidor, new Metropolitan Archbishop of Port-au-Prince Monseigneur Max Leroy Mesidor, new Metropolitan Archbishop of Port-au-Prince

Look at this photo... Monseigneur Max Leroy Mesidor, new Metropolitan Archbishop of Port-au-Prince

PHOTO: Haiti Peacekeeping Mission - MINUSTAH lowers its flag on Haiti, this mission is over PHOTO: Haiti Peacekeeping Mission - MINUSTAH lowers its flag on Haiti, this mission is over

Look at this photo, It's Sunday October 15 2017, the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Haiti is over. The United Nations has lowered its flag on Haiti...

VIRAL Haitian Art: Martin Luther King tells President Donald Trump to Shut UP VIRAL Haitian Art: Martin Luther King tells President Donald Trump to Shut UP

Look at this Haitian art photo... Martin Luther King tells President Donald Trump to Shut UP. The civil rights defender, Martin Luther King, is seen...