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Naomi Osaka leaves Adidas and signs with Nike

Naomi Osaka leaves Adidas and signs with Nike

Haitian-Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka drops Adidas and signs a new deal with Nike.

Here is a picture of the Naomi Osaka taking a selfie of herself in front of a big Nike billboard with here picture on it with the slogan: "Change everything but yourself... Just do it!"

As of April 4th 2019, world number one Tennis player Naomi Osaka is now going to be rocking that Nike swoosh and saying "Just Do It!" after dropping Adidas.

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Haitian-Japanese Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka in her new Nike Outfit

Haitian-Japanese Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka in her new Nike Outfit

After joining Nike's elite roster of professional athletes, Haitian Japanese two-time Grand Slam winner and current World No. 1 Naomi Osaka tried on her new Nike gear...

"We are thrilled to have her join our team," says Amy Montagne Nike's VP, GM of Global Categories.

"I'm proud to become a member of the Nike family and excited about getting involved in all of the opportunities Nike has to offer," Naomi Osaka said.

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Haiti : The Red Pill vs. The Blue Pill

Haiti : The Red Pill vs. The Blue Pill

My fellow Haitians, this is your last chance! After this there is no turning back!

You take the BLUE pill, and you will accept things just the way they are, Haiti will remain the way it is (se konsa bagay yo ye) Haiti will never change (Ayiti pap janm chanje) AND your life will never change!

You take the RED pill and you wake up, you challenge the status quo, and you begin demand more from the Haitian authorities because you know you deserve more, you deserve a better country, a better standard of living and a better quality of life.

Which will you chose?

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PHOTO: Sweet Micky - Carnaval 2018, Aux Cayes Haiti

PHOTO: Sweet Micky - Carnaval 2018, Aux Cayes Haiti

Look at this photo... Char Sweet Micky in the street of Les Cayes Haiti Sunday March 03 2019, Carnaval 2019 in Les Cayes.

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Naomi Osaka, her Haitian Father and her Australian Open championship Trophy

Naomi Osaka, her Haitian Father and her Australian Open championship Trophy

Here is a photo of Haitian-Japanese tennis champion Naomi Osaka, her Haitian Father Lenard Francois and her Australian Open championship trophy.

Naomi Osaka is the current US Open and Australian Open champion in women's singles, and No. 1 in the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) rankings, which she achieved in January 2019.

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Standoff at Delmas 60 - Haitian Police preventing protesters from going to Petionville

Standoff at Delmas 60 - Haitian Police preventing protesters from going to Petionville

After it was announced by opposition leaders Andre Michel and Schiller Louidor that a street protest would be heading to Petionville this Friday November 23 2018, to "tallk the rich people in Petionville into letting go of President Jovenel Moise," Haitian police took the initiative to prevent these protesters from reaching that destination.

At Delmas 60 agents of the CIMO unit of the Police National barricaded the road and threw lots of tear gas in an attempt to disperse the protest.

As of 2pm Friday, journalist were beginning to announce that the protest was falling apart.

Stay tuned for updates.

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Mural of Wyclef Jean unveiled in Newark, New Jersey. That's Wyclef standing in front of it

Mural of Wyclef Jean unveiled in Newark, New Jersey. That's Wyclef standing in front of it

Here is a photo of Haitian-American rap superstar Wyclef Jean posing in front of a mural of himself unveiled in Newark New Jersey, Monday October 15 2018.

The mural of Wyclef Jean was painted by Englewood artist Camille Cote.

Wyclef was there for the official ceremony held by the Grammy Museum Experience Prudential Center.

See more photos at northjersey.com

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Bob C. is Back! The Radio Caraibes FM journalist returns to the mic after a long absence

Bob C. is Back! The Radio Caraibes FM journalist returns to the mic after a long absence

Haitian Journalist Robert Celine dit Bob C. has returned to Radio Caraibes FM after almost 6 months of absence. Bob C. made this comeback on October 23rd 2018.

Welcome Back Bob C. We missed you!

L'original, le vrai, l'unique en son genre!

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LOOK: The most amazing photo from a Haiti street protest you just have to see to believe

LOOK: The most amazing photo from a Haiti street protest you just have to see to believe

If there is one image of a Haiti street protest worth sharing, this one certainly is the one... Look at this amazing photo from the October 17 2018 Haiti street protest you probably haven't seen yet! You have to see it to believe it.

The media, national and international, often show you pictures of Haitian street protesters confronting the Haitian National Police men and women, tear gas thrown, and the policemen, overwhelms by their duty to serve and protect who often result to a little confrontation with the protesters but how often do you see this?

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. How much is this one worth?

Thank you, Dyab Baba, for bring this to my attention.

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Look at the FEAR in the eyes of this Haitian woman during a Street Protest in Haiti

Look at the FEAR in the eyes of this Haitian woman during a Street Protest in Haiti

They say a picture is worth a thousand words... Look at the FEAR in the eyes of this poor Haitian woman during a street protest, captured by the lens of a photographer for Le Nouvelliste during the October 17 2018 street protests.

For those of you who are not used to the reality of Haiti, this obviously poor Haitian woman tucked herself under a 'bak machan', a table like wooden structure used by street vendors in Haiti. She is clearly afraid of something.

She fears for her life!

Read what Haitians on social media though when whey saw this picture:

Alain Dorsainvil: Foto sa fè kè m dechire... Se te ka manman m ki nan pozisyon sa. Malgre tout risk, pwodyab li pran lari kan menm pou chèche lavi (This has made my heart tremble ... My mom could have been in that position. Despite all the risks, poor soul, she out in the streets trying to make ends meet)

Béa Pier Béo L: Podiab mizè nan kòl epi yap teworizel. (Poor thing, she is already in her misery and they are terrorizing her on top of it)

Genise Azor: On est fatigué... on en a assez... (We're tired... We've had enough!)

Dayala Jeanbaptiste: Gade yon peur nan yeux li c'est triste (Look at the fear in her eyes, this is sad!)

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