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"Cap Haïtien" A Paradisiacal Town (Part 1)

Cap Haïtien A City where everyone Can Live and spend wonderful Moments.

Mag Blog Decided To Interview some citizens in this town. Let’s begin with Maxim Laroche ( …

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A 15 Year Research Project on Religion in Haiti

A 15 Year Research Project on Religion in Haiti

The next book I want to write about Haiti will be a complete religious history of the Haitian people. 127 more words

Haiti to rebuild National Palace

Haiti’s President Jovenel Moise has launched a project to rebuild the presidential palace, which was destroyed by a devastating earthquake in 2010. “For many, the post-earthquake reconstruction has not begun as long as the National Palace has not been rebuilt,” he said. 136 more words


Haiti Round 3... but with a twist

Three years ago this upcoming July I will have been part of an organization called Help The Youth Haiti for 3 years. Only a year after I helped grow this organization I took on a leadership role. 486 more words

Meaningful Relationships

Muse: Azede Jean-Pierre

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oday I’m musing the amazing fashion designer, Azede Jean-Pierre who hails from the beautiful island of Haiti *related article here*. Her self-titled label embodies freedom, one important word that comes to the mind when one thinks about the spirit of my Haitian brothers and sisters. 323 more words


The Packing Party

The title, “The Packing Party ” seems fitting for this blog because it is relative when moving from one home to another. But, the Packing Party that I joined a few weeks ago has nothing to do with real estate. 396 more words

# 5 Benefits to Being an Ongoing History Student

I am a firm believer that history should be a subject we are all passionate about beyond our school years. Here are 5 reasons why: 365 more words