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The 2019 Crowd at the Haitian Compas Festival by Ticket Magazine
Miami, Florida – May 22, 2019 – Recognized as one of the largest outdoor festivals in the United States, the Haitian Compas Festival brought tens of thousands of people to Mana Wynwood on Saturday, May 18, 2019. The red and blue from Haitian flags could be seen throughout Wynwood and the sounds of Compas music could be heard for...
Haitian Compas Festival
The 21st Haitian Compas Festival landed on the perfect day, May 18, a Saturday and it's a weekend day with awesome South Florida weather. Here's a review of the Haitian Compas Festival by Rodly “Oz’mosis” Madeus of HMIBuzz.This past Saturday, May 18th, 2019, I attended the 21st Annual Haitian Compas Festival, at Mana Wynwood Convention Center, Miami, Florida,...
Today is a celebratory day for all the haitian people around the world as we cel...
Today is a celebratory day for all the haitian people around the world as we celebrate the Haitian Flag Day. The Haitian flag was adopted on May 18th 1803, on the last day of the Congress of Arcahaie. Haitian lore holds that the newly appointed revolutionary leader Jean-Jacques Dessalines created the flag by taking a French tricolor and ripping...
Emerson Armani "Ak ki moun ou ye"
Emerson Armani "Ak ki moun ou ye" ale abone ak channel kalepwa,emerson armani follow us on FB.twitter,instagram for more infoSource by KALEPWA Zouk, Konpa, Rap Hip-Hop & Kanaval 2019
GLORY - I Love Her
GLORY - I Love HerSource by KALEPWA Zouk, Konpa, Rap Hip-Hop & Kanaval 2019
Here is an newspaper article depicting the social and political climate around t...
Here is an newspaper article depicting the social and political climate around the time of the death of the leaving President of Haiti, General Tancrède Auguste, who had passed away and the new elected President of Haiti, Michel Oreste. - Voici un article de journal décrivant le climat socio-politique de la période où le Président sortant, qui était décédé, Général Tancrède...
Born on April 8, 1859, Michel Oreste-Lafontant was a Haitian politician who serv...
Born on April 8, 1859, Michel Oreste-Lafontant was a Haitian politician who served as president of the Republic of Haiti from May 4, 1913 to January 27, 1914.During his presidency, he supported the german merchants and held an anti-american political policy. After losing his majority after 8 months of presidency, he resigned on January 27, 1914, just a few...
Jean-Jacques Louis Philippe Guerrier was a career officer and general in the Hai...
Jean-Jacques Louis Philippe Guerrier was a career officer and general in the Haitian Army who became President of Haïti on May 3, 1844. He died in office on April 15, 1845. A respected soldier, Guerrier had successfully commanded the southern black army during the Haitian Revolution. After Haiti became independent, he retired from active service and became a plantation...

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