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Carnival Festivities Went on as Haiti’s Historic Iron Market Burned

Hundreds of families woke up Tuesday having lost everything. On Tuesday night, the stands filled up with onlookers wearing matching t-shirts, carnival goers crowded the streets and by Wednesday morning, the last float had made its way through the parade route without running low on gas. In the end, everyone went home to sleep off a night of celebration because in Haiti, even when the rest of the country burns, the show must go on. This year’s theme: “Haiti Jan l Dwe ye a – Haiti the Way it Should be.”

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Coralie Saint-Louis

Coralie Saint-Louis

Coralie is a digital media specialist and multimedia journalist with several years of experience in content management, publication, and distribution.
Coralie Saint-Louis
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Feb. 15, 2018
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