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Meet Haiti’s founding father, whose black revolution was too radical for Thomas Jefferson – Houston Chronicle


Meet Haiti's founding father, whose black revolution was too radical for Thomas Jefferson
Houston Chronicle
When Dessalines declared Haiti's independence from France in 1804 after a 13-year slave uprising and civil war, he became the Americas' first black head of state. Supporting the French colonial perspective, leaders across the Americas and Europe ...

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Meet Haiti’s founding father, whose black revolution was too radical … – San Francisco Chronicle


Meet Haiti's founding father, whose black revolution was too radical ...
San Francisco Chronicle
The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Julia Gaffield, Georgia State University ...

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Family of Austin man murdered in Haiti speaks out – KXAN.com

KXAN.comFamily of Austin man murdered in Haiti speaks outKXAN.comFamily of Austin man murdered in Haiti speaks out. Posted: Aug 29, 2018 09:44 PM CDT. Updated: Aug 29, 2018 10:06 PM CDT. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter. Invi...

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Austin man murdered in Haiti was bringing supplies to mother’s village – KXAN.com


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Austin man murdered in Haiti was bringing supplies to mother's village
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AUSTIN (KXAN) — An Austin man who traveled to Haiti to bring supplies to the village he grew up in was killed shortly after landing at the Port-au-Prince airport. Christian Daniel, 65, arrived in Haiti on Aug. 13 and left the airport in a taxi. Less ...

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Judge dismisses charges against New Mexico jihadists – WND.com

WND.comJudge dismisses charges against New Mexico jihadistsWND.comLeveille is an illegal immigrant from Haiti who also is under investigation by federal immigration authorities for overstaying her non-immigrant visitor visa after arriving 20 years ago ...

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Roxane Gay on the Trauma and Triumph of the Haitian Diaspora – Haitian Times


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Roxane Gay on the Trauma and Triumph of the Haitian Diaspora
Haitian Times
When my college roommate learns I am Haitian, she is convinced I practice voodoo, thanks to the Internet in the hands of the feeble-minded.” So opens the short story “Voodoo Child” in Roxane Gay's recently re-released short story collection, Ayiti (the ...

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