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How Haiti became the first country before Britain to abolish slavery after revolt How Haiti became the first country before Britain to abolish slavery after revolt

Read this from Face2Face Africa... Long before the British abolished slave trade in 1833, the first slave trade came to an end due to political and other kinds of events, particularly the Haitian revolution in 1791. Men and women sold into slavery revolted against the system to obtain their

Visa to Chile: ONLY 2 visas granted to Haitians, 2131 visas granted to Venezuelans Visa to Chile: ONLY 2 visas granted to Haitians, 2131 visas granted to Venezuelans

New chilean president Sebastian Pinera has litterally stopped the inflow of Haitians to Chile. As of April 16th 2018, all Haitians traveling to Chile require a tourist visa.. The only problem is, ONLY 2 visas have been granted to Haitians thus far. Compare that to citizens of Venezuela who

Haitian Doctor Pascal Dabel answers to rumors he performed kidney Surgery on US first lady Melania Trump Haitian Doctor Pascal Dabel answers to rumors he performed kidney Surgery on US first lady Melania Trump

Rumors spread on the Haitian social media networks that a Haitian Doctor, Pascal Dabel, a Nephrologist (Kidney doctor) in Los Angeles California, performed kidney surgery on First Lady Melania Trump. Read what the good doctor posted on his Facebook page about this... Friday, 18 May 2018, Dr Pascal

Haiti Electricity - EDH promises more megawatts of power during the FIFA World Cup starting in June Haiti Electricity - EDH promises more megawatts of power during the FIFA World Cup starting in June

Haiti's Electric Company EDH announcs it will increase its power production by up to 130 megawatts during the 2018 FIFA World Cup season which is scheduled to begin on June 14th. Haitians love soccer and the Government knows that and they want to make sure Haitians soccer fans are fully satisfied

Haitian Pop Quiz: Where in Haiti is King Henri Christophe Burried? Haitian Pop Quiz: Where in Haiti is King Henri Christophe Burried?

Do you know where Haitian king Henri Christophe is buried? Read this and find out. Henry Christophe was a key leader in the Haitian Revolution who eventually crowned himself King of Haiti after he declared the northern state of Haiti a kingdom. On October 8, 1820, King Henry committed suicide by

More Haitian Photo Stories...

Sony Michel - Haitians in the NFL Sony Michel - Haitians in the NFL

Sony Michel - Haitians in the NFL -- Sony Michel is a Haitian-American football running back for the New England Patriots of the National Football...

PHOTO: Clairin - Haiti's Organic sugarcane based alcohol drink being sold in the streets of Petionville PHOTO: Clairin - Haiti's Organic sugarcane based alcohol drink being sold in the streets of Petionville

Look at this photo... Smith Nazon, 29, is selling clairin, an organic sugar-based alcoholic drink, on the sidewalk in Petion-Ville, Haiti. A 1 liter...

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...

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...

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...