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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

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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

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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