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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


The Land Where Unicorns Roam

In a dream, I traveled 20 years into the future and I landed in a piece of the earth where unicorns roam. No, I am not talking about some fairy tale type of land where strange horse-looking animals fly. 564 more words


4 Life Lessons for the Corporate Life

My career path is nothing short of amazing. I’ve been on the job market since 17 back when I lived in Florida. My career developpement went beyond the safe walls of my High School and College Classes. 1,042 more words


The painting achieved the highest auction price in history for a work by an American artist and reached a number of other milestones:

  • Most expensive work by an American artist sold at auction…
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Bassin Zim ; A Haitian Treasure

The last time that I was able to travel throughout the country was exactly a year ago. Ever since the last stop I’ve been yearning to take a long ride bus to a foreign place just to explore and feel the joy. 783 more words


Haitian man is the founder of the City of Chicago

Haiti’s ties to U.S. history goes back a long way. For example, Jean Baptiste Point du Sable, a black man born in Haiti (known back then as Saint-Domingue) is the earliest settler of what is now the city of Chicago – the original occupants being the Indigenous peoples who lived in the area before the arrival of Europeans. 39 more words