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Interview with Claudette Werleigh

Claudette Werleigh was Foreign Minster of Haiti during the momentous years 1993-94 when UN troops intervened, bringing an end to military dictatorship, and restoring the elected government.

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Gérard Pierre-Charles

Gérard Pierre-Charles By Colin Harding, The Independent, 23 October, 2004 Gérard Pierre-Charles was a leading figure in Haitian politics for almost half a century. A

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Staying in Haiti

Staying in Haiti. Most hotels and top range restaurants are located in the rich peoples’ suburb of Petionville in the hills above Port-au-Prince, but in

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Catching the Spirit – Vodou Art

Catching the Spirit exhibition at London’s October Gallery – review from THE TIMES newspaper, 18 October 2000 The voodoo that pins you Despite official bans,

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Kanaval: Vodou, Politics and Revolution

Leah Gordon, Kanaval: Vodou, Politics and Revolution on the Streets of Haiti (London: Soul Jazz Publishing, 2010), ISBN: 978-0-9554817-3-4. £19.99/$39.99 To most westerners today, the

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Molaire, Michel

Inventor – Michel Molaire has played an integral role in groundbreaking innovations at Eastman Kodak for more than 20 years. The chemist is a research

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André Pierre Haitian Painter

André Pierre by Vario Sérant, Caribbean Net News, 6 October, 2005 André Pierre, a world-renowned Haitian painter died on October 4 at his residence in

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Solidarity with the Dominican People

Solidarity with the Dominican People. 15 February 2010 The solidarity effort with the Haitian people organized by ordinary Dominicans has been ignored in an international

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Edmond, Tyrone

Edmond, Tyrone. International male model – Born in Cap-Haïtien in 1977. His mother died when he was nine years old, and he was raised by

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Libète: A Haiti Anthology

Libète: A Haiti Anthology.Edited by Charles Arthur and Michael Dash, published by the Latin America Bureau (London), Markus Wiener (Princeton) and Ian Randle (Kingston) For

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Hyppolite, Hector

Artist – The father-figure of Haitian art, and one of the greatest natural painters of modern times. Born in 1894 in St Marc, Hyppolite was

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Paul Laraque

The great revolutionary poet By Tontongi (Editor of Tanbou) – 10 March, 2007 The great revolutionary poet Paul Laraque died on March 8, 2007, at

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