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West Indian day parade’s solo Haitian mas band envisions new future – Caribbean Life


Caribbean Life

West Indian day parade's solo Haitian mas band envisions new future
Caribbean Life
The West Indian American Day Carnival parade's solo Haitian masquerade group, will make its debut at the annual Labor Day pageantry next month. The Crown Heights-based Banboche Mas Camp is the newest organization that will represent the ...

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Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) touted white nationalist website VDare’s praise of his anti-immigrant amendment – Media Matters for America (blog)


Media Matters for America (blog)

Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) touted white nationalist website VDare's praise of his anti-immigrant amendment
Media Matters for America (blog)
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Haitian Bikers Celebrate Their Social Work with Photo Series – Haitian Times


Haitian Times

Haitian Bikers Celebrate Their Social Work with Photo Series
Haitian Times
Haitian American men's stylist Paul is an androgynous women who began specializing in menswear and men's styling when a friend noticed that she showed avid interest in the medium. Styled By Paulwas borne out of this newfound passion, as the ...

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Traveling to Haiti on American Airlines? You’ll Have Fewer Options – AviationPros.com


Traveling to Haiti on American Airlines? You'll Have Fewer Options
AviationPros.com
Aug. 21--American Airlines is reducing its direct flights to Haiti's capital. As of Nov. 3, passengers traveling on American will no longer be able to fly direct to Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince out of Fort Lauderdale ...

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Haitian art exhibition part of university’s Caribbean focus – KU Today


KU Today

Haitian art exhibition part of university's Caribbean focus
KU Today
LAWRENCE – True, Haiti has suffered earthquakes and hurricanes, colonialism and other insults. Now, as a sort of antidote, comes an exhibition at the Spencer Museum of Art designed to illuminate the island nation's beauty and its relations with its ...

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Traveling to Haiti on American Airlines? You’ll have fewer options … – Haitian Times


Haitian Times

Traveling to Haiti on American Airlines? You'll have fewer options ...
Haitian Times
American Airlines is reducing its direct flights to Haiti's capital. As of Nov. 3, passengers traveling on American will no longer be able to fly direct to Toussaint ...

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Haitian art exhibition part of university’s Caribbean focus – KU Today


KU Today

Haitian art exhibition part of university's Caribbean focus
KU Today
The exhibition “The Ties That Bind: Haiti, the United States and the Art of Ulrick Jean-Pierre in Comparative Perspective” is one of several Haitian-related events taking place this fall on the University of Kansas campus, including the Common Book and ...

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West Indian day parade’s first Haitian mas band envisions new – Haitian Times


Haitian Times

West Indian day parade's first Haitian mas band envisions new
Haitian Times
The West Indian American Day Carnival parade's first Haitian masquerade group will make its debut at the annual Labor Day pageantry next month. The Crown Heights-based Banboche Mas Camp is the first organization that will represent the French-Creole ...

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