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Haitian-American Living

On the 3rd anniversary of my life in Haiti, I wrote a heartfelt post about my transition. It was a chatty post from the bits of culture I picked up as a young adult. 734 more words


How to : Turn a dress to a top

I know you’re probably giving me the side eye for this trick but turning your favorite bodycon dress into a top isn’t that much of a bad idea. 172 more words


Typical life of a 20 something year gal living in Haiti

I’ve been hooked to the off the shoulders tops for a long time now.  It is the right balance between the desire of wanting to feel sexy mixed with a balancee of being reserved. 806 more words


Bassin Bleu : Jacmel's Treasure

Day off…Jacmel…Roadtrip putting these 3 words together make you want to escape for a fun day ahead. If they made you escape from reality to daydreaming about jumping into the cold breeze from the fall, then you’re doing this right. 972 more words


Ibi Zoboi and the Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project

Jennifer Baker interviews Haitian-American author Ibi Zoboi (for School Library Journal). Here are excerpts from the article, which focuses on literacy and her work with Haitian-American teens through the… 585 more words


3 cases of discriminations

It’s been 3 weeks since I’ve return home from my sick leave from the office. A day later I was already preparing to get back to the grind. 868 more words


Mini Reviews: 5 Latinx and Caribbean Reads

The Jumbies and Rise of the Jumbies by Tracey Baptiste – MG, Fantasy, Afro-Caribbean/Trinidadian MC, #ownvoices

The Jumbies is an atmospheric tale of secrets and dangers that draws you in and gives you the heebie jeebies. 1,032 more words