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The Crisis and Failure of the Haitian-American Church
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The Crisis and Failure of the Haitian-American Church

By Celucien L. Joseph Unfortunately, since Haiti became a republic on January 1, 1804,  most Haitian institutions and organizations, both…

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Naomi Osaka: Who Gets to be Haitian?
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Naomi Osaka: Who Gets to be Haitian?

If a person were to log on to social media two months ago around this time, they’d surely come across the sentiment “Africa has won the world cup” repeatedly. With 15 out of the 23 members of the victorious French national team stemming from countries across Africa and the Caribbean, the funny yet sobering idea wasn’t exactly so far-fetched.  

If Haiti’s government does not confront poverty, corruption, more unrest will follow
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If Haiti’s government does not confront poverty, corruption, more unrest will follow

Haiti’s poverty, like the fuel-price increases, is the product of decisions made by those who possess wealth and power in Haiti and abroad — with a stunning absence of input from the majority of Haitians who are poor. The crippling fuel increases — between 38 percent and 51 percent — were imposed in February by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as a condition of its bailout of Haiti’s government.

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