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Port au Prince fisherman National Geographic  January 1976  Thomas Nebbia
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Les Indians, Jacmel, Haiti, 1997 Phyllis Galembo 1997
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haiti culture- clothing for some of the villagers in the peasant part of the island

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Les Indians, Jacmel, Haiti, 1997 Phyllis Galembo 1997

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Haití: Un país maquila que no tiene qué comer Otramérica
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Haiti women in water worship their gods .

Haití: Un país maquila que no tiene qué comer Otramérica

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kicker-of-elves: Haiti      National Geographic January 1976       Thomas Nebbia
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Throughout Haiti’s history, the country has always had a sector made up of movers and shakers (as with any other country). During slavery days, the wealthy planters were at the top of this social class, but after Haiti’s slave revolution and subsequent independence, Haiti’s military class, and the mulattoes (term applied to a Haitian with … … Continue reading →
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Culture + Music + Art + Fashion From A Haitian-American Perspective

Georges Sylvain, a noted intellectual and writer of the and poses with his family for a portrait in

Throughout Haiti’s history, the country has always had a sector made up of movers and shakers (as with any other country). During slavery days, the wealthy planters were at the top of this social class, but after Haiti’s slave revolution and subsequent independence, Haiti’s military class, and the mulattoes (term applied to a Haitian with … … Continue reading →

Throughout Haiti’s history, the country has always had a sector made up of movers and shakers (as with any other country). During slavery days, the wealthy planters were at the top of this social class, but after Haiti’s slave revolution and subsequent independence, Haiti’s military class, and the mulattoes (term applied to a Haitian with … … Continue reading →

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