Haitian Students

VIDEO: Haiti - Tires Burning near Faculte de Droit Port-au-Prince Haiti 16 Octobre 2018

VIDEO: Haiti - Tires Burning near Faculte de Droit Port-au-Prince Haiti 16 Octobre 2018

Watch this video... Tires are burning near the Faculté de Droit in Port-au-Prince one day before the the 17 October street protest that was announced.

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PHOTO: Free school bags for Haitian Students

PHOTO: Free school bags for Haitian Students

Back to School Haiti - Many Haitian parents and students gathers at the office of Haitian Senator Rony Celestin in Hinche, Centre, Haiti, to receive a free school bag with some goodies inside.

In this photo, we see two representatives of Senator Rony Celestin handing the school back to a student.

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PHOTO: This Haitian student got a free school bag courtesy of Senator Rony Celestin

PHOTO: This Haitian student got a free school bag courtesy of Senator Rony Celestin

Back to School Haiti - This Haitian student got a free school bag courtesy of Senator Rony Celestin but he was not the only one.

Many Haitian parents and students gathers at the office of Haitian Senator Rony Celestin in Hinche, Centre, Haiti, to receive a free school bag with some goodies inside.

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The best soccer stadium in the world is in Haiti, look and you will agree...

The best soccer stadium in the world is in Haiti, look and you will agree...

Imagine that... A bunch of Haitian school children playing soccer on a grassy hill with a breathtaking view of the Haitian mountains in the backdrop. If you are a nature lover, it doesn't get any better than that...

Haitians love the game of soccer. and to these young Haitian children, they are playing in the best soccer stadium in the world...

What do you think?

This photo was shared on Social Media by Operation Blessing International nonprofit humanitarian organization providing relief to those in need and helping them combat poverty.

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Haitian Student caught cheating on BAC exams, conceals Bluetooth headset under wound dressing

Haitian Student caught cheating on BAC exams, conceals Bluetooth headset under wound dressing

Here is a photo of a Haitian Student being arrested by Police during the 2017 baccalaureate (BAC) exam for cheating.

This student pretending to be the victim of an accident actually concealed a Bluetooth headset under the wound dressing (pansement) made of gauze and taped a mobile phone behind his leg.

Clever young man, but he didn't get away with it.

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PHOTO: Haitian Sudents in Immokalee Hich School Florida

PHOTO: Haitian Sudents in Immokalee Hich School Florida

Look at this photo... Haitian high school students from Immokalee High school wearing Haitian Flag t-shirts

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PHOTO: Haiti Manifestation, Etudiant, Kawotchou ap Boule

PHOTO: Haiti Manifestation, Etudiant, Kawotchou ap Boule

Gade photo saa... Haiti - Manifestation nan lari a, kawotchou ap boule, yon etudian ap pase...

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PHOTO: Haiti EDUPOL - Haiti Education Police - First Promotion

PHOTO: Haiti EDUPOL - Haiti Education Police - First Promotion

Look at this photo... Haiti - First promotion of community educational Police EDUPOL has just graduated.

EDUPOL mission is to protect and serve the students of Haiti

What do you think about that?

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Haitian Student Cheating on an Exam

Haitian Student Cheating on an Exam

Haitian students beware, The next time you are cheating in your exam, you could end up on Facebook...

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Florida Haitian Student Association (FHSA)

Florida Haitian Student Association (FHSA)

On February 1, 2003, a group of 20 Haitians Students from the Florida Haitian Student Association (FHSA) - most of whom are included in this picture - had a unique opportunity to visit our Haitian detainees at the Broward Work Release Center.

"It was very sad and emotional for me to see my people locked up, knowing all they wanted was freedom. Instead they found sadness, pain, insecurity, and humiliation."

Marie Madistin, President of Haitian Club at Palm Beach Community College-South (PBCC)

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