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August 14, 2020
The baby spattered mud all over his face.
Tibebe a badijonnen labou nan tout figi li.
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Hector Hyppolite was born in Saint Marc in 1894 and was a third generation vodou priest. This houngan background would heavily influence his art and future fame, as “ethereal” and “otherworldly” are qualities we often attribute to surrealism. Surrealism as an artistic movement came about after World War I, likely as a psychological escape from the harsh reality of a […]Learn more
Happy 4th of July, America! Today, in 1776, America signed its Declaration of Independence from Great Britain. July 4th, also known as “Independence Day”, “Fourth of July” or sometimes just “The Fourth”, is a holiday most Americans know quite a bit about. What isn’t as well known, however, is how Haitian soldiers helped American […]Learn more
Most countries have a national sport. A sport that is not only played and watched among the population, but one that is intrinsic to its culture. The United States is baseball, Wales is Rugby, and Haiti is football. Football (or soccer for my American friends), like many sports, has technically existed since before the advent […]Learn more
I’m going to the bookstore to buy a book.
Mwen prale nan libreri a pou m achte yon liv.
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