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Preservation Hall, Arcade Fire to launch Haitian-inspired Carnival procession in French Quarter – The Advocate


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Preservation Hall, Arcade Fire to launch Haitian-inspired Carnival procession in French Quarter
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Chassagne was raised by Haitian immigrant parents in French-speaking Montreal. She founded a nonprofit called KANPE, named for a Haitian Creole word that means "to stand up," to "stand with the most vulnerable Haitian families to achieve their ...

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Trump Administration Says That Nearly 200000 Salvadorans Must Leave – New York Times


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Trump Administration Says That Nearly 200000 Salvadorans Must Leave
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The decision came just weeks after more than 45,000 Haitians lost protections granted after Haiti's 2010 earthquake, and it suggested that others in the program, namely Hondurans, may soon lose them as well. Nicaraguans lost their protections last year ...
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Trump Adminstration lauds Haiti on the 214th anniversary of its independence – Caribbean Life


Trump Adminstration lauds Haiti on the 214th anniversary of its independence
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The Trump administration last week extended “best wishes to the people of Haiti as you celebrate the 214th anniversary of Haiti's independence. “The United States and Haiti share a long history of close relations, and our futures are even more closely ...

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Painter Manuel Mathieu’s First Major Show Revisits Haiti’s Undiscussed, Traumatic Past – Okayafrica


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Painter Manuel Mathieu's First Major Show Revisits Haiti's Undiscussed, Traumatic Past
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In 2016, the Haitian painter was a 29-year-old MFA student at Goldsmiths University when he was chosen from a pool of 230 artists for a solo exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London. In 2017, the graduate who's based in Canada, is then ...

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A Boston Globe report just made the case against the minimum wage – Washington Examiner


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A Boston Globe report just made the case against the minimum wage
Washington Examiner
Having already employed those with the best skills for the jobs, Johnston explains that employers are now looking with more flexibility to immigrants and former criminals. This is good news. Yet it's also positive in what it says about how individuals ...

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Arcade Fire plans a new Mardi Gras parade with a Haitian vibe – NOLA.com


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Arcade Fire plans a new Mardi Gras parade with a Haitian vibe
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Preservation Hall has been a family to us and so we invited them to join us in Haiti to see KANPE's work there. There is such a deep historical, cultural and spiritual link between New Orleans and Haiti ... we decided to unite and start a krewe that ...
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