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Haitian Culture vs. Haitian Ignorance : NOT everything we Haitians do is Haitian Culture vs. Haitian Ignorance : NOT everything we Haitians do is "Culture"

There are many things that we Haitians consider culture but when other people look at us doing these things, they see it as pure ignorance. Are we right? Are they wrong? First let's define these words, culture and ignorance and culture. IGNORANCE: Ignorance is the lack of knowledge or lack of

Free at last, Free at last, Thank God almighty Haiti is free from MINUSTAH at last... Free at last, Free at last, Thank God almighty Haiti is free from MINUSTAH at last...

After 13 years of MINUSTAH in Haiti, UN peacekeepers lower the United Nations flag. Many Haitians are saying "Free at last, Free at last, Thank God almighty Haiti is free from MINUSTAH at last..." But are we really free? And for how long? The U.N. peacekeeping mission in Haiti has

Haiti has a serious human resource problem, a government official once told me Haiti has a serious human resource problem, a government official once told me

A friend of mine, a high-ranking official in the Haitian government once told me Haiti has a serious human resource problem. He explains... When I asked him: What do you mean? They are a lot of people, a lot of professionals in Haiti, so what are you talking about? He replied: "Yes, in Haiti

Haiti Health & Diet - PAPAYA is Good for Your Eyes Haiti Health & Diet - PAPAYA is Good for Your Eyes

Haitian simply love to drink "Jus Papaye" (Papaya juice) but did you know? Papaya is Good for Your Eyes... Papaya contains carotenoids like the beta-carotene whick can be converted into vitamin A a very important vitamin for healthy eyes and vision. Papaya also contains good levels of two

QUESTION: What kind of JOBS would you like to see created in Haiti? QUESTION: What kind of JOBS would you like to see created in Haiti?

Let me ask you a question: Every time you speak to a Haitian person what has to happen to make Haiti better, many of them will say "Job Creation." But what kind of jobs? What kind of jobs would you like to see created in Haiti? Think about it for a minute. There are millions of Haitians in

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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...

Haiti PNH DGs Godson Orelus, Michel-Ange Gedeon, Mario Andresol Haiti PNH DGs Godson Orelus, Michel-Ange Gedeon, Mario Andresol

Look at this photo... Former Haiti Police Chief Godson Orélus, current Haiti police chief Michel-Ange Gédéon and former Haiti Police...

PHOTO: Dominique Anglade, Haitian-Canadian Politician PHOTO: Dominique Anglade, Haitian-Canadian Politician

Look at this photo... Dominique Anglade, daughter of Haitian writer Georges Anglade, Haitian-Canadian politician. Dominique Anglade is a member of...

PHOTO: Pierre 'Pierrot' Denize - Former Haiti Chief of Police PHOTO: Pierre 'Pierrot' Denize - Former Haiti Chief of Police

Look at this photo... Joseph Auguste Pierre Denize aka Pierrot Denize, former Chief of Police of Haiti from 1996 to 2001, under the first presidency...

PHOTO: Gilbert Jean, Haitian Survivor of the 1937 Dominican Parsley Massacre PHOTO: Gilbert Jean, Haitian Survivor of the 1937 Dominican Parsley Massacre

Look at this photo... Survivor Gilbert Jean, 93, survived the Dominican Parlsey massacre (Spanish: el corte) that was carried out in October 1937...