Tag: Haitian people

Utilize This Nonprofit Calendar for 2023 to Plan Your Content Strategy Regarding Haiti

Time is always of the essence while working for a small or medium-sized nonprofit. And if you’re in charge of content generation for your charity organization’s website, you know how time-consuming that can be. This is why preparation is essential: With a solid content strategy in place, you can get more done in less time…
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RESILIENCE in the Context of Haitian Reality

The reflex of all those who hear for the first time about a word or a concept whose meaning they do not understand is to look up the meaning in the dictionary. Sometimes, at the risk of disappointment, they only find a definition referring to a field of activity that does not correspond to what…
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Reflections on Kidnapping, Banditry, and Armed Violence in Haiti

Today’s first black republic faces a long history of terrorism, banditry, violence, and socio-political criminality. On October 17, 1806, less than three years after the declaration of national independence on January 1, 1804, the nation’s founding father, Jean-Jacques Dessalines, was assassinated. Jean-Jacques Dessalines’ great-grandson, Cincinnatus Leconte, was assassinated on August 8, 1912, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.…
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