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Words related to Haitian

a native or inhabitant of Haiti

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Curtis (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow of Comparative Literature at Newhouse Center for the Humanities at Wellesley College), "Stella: A Novel of the Haitian Revolution" is a significant and very highly recommended addition for academic library Haitian Literature reference collections and supplemental studies lists.
They did not, however, take into account the size of the Haitian community within Quebec's Black population.
DeGraff leads the MIT-Haiti Initiative, a project that was created in response to the destruction of Haitian universities by the 2010 earthquake.
read the placards carried by a number of Haitian immigrants to express their fears and concerns as they undergo the regularization process to become Dominican nationals (NotiCen, Nov.
They are a part of the oral history of the Haitian Revolution, as attested by legends of the ceremony held at the forest clearing of Bois Caiman.
Smith thanked the Kier Construction Company workers, sub-contractors and skilled Haitian construction workers who built the hotel and the Marriott associates who will host its guests.
The Buckinghamshire-based company is marking the 10-year anniversary of the UK partnership by selling ten Haitian Mars II eco series injection moulding machines, from 60-250 tonnes, for the same price they were sold for a decade ago.
We will continue to stand by Haitian democracy, Haitian leadership and the Haitian people in this slow and steady progress that needs to take place," Obama said.
The Coast Guard has worked with South Florida's Haitian community to produce a public service announcement in English and Haitian Creole.
Founders Clifford Raphael and Zdenka Pierre want to unite the Haitian people of Philadelphia while also supporting the many different projects that are already in place.
According to Francois Pierre-Louis (an associate professor of political science at Queens College, City University of New York), New York City was "the destination of choice for Haitian immigrants" (p.
In May, Absolute Haitian held an open house at its recently opened technical center in Parma, Ohio.
It has been since Haiti vetoed the import of agricultural products from its neighbor on June 6, coinciding with massive deportations of Haitian immigrants that the Dominican Republic has been carrying out.
Immediately after the earthquake, the Dominican Republic responded positively, by providing vast amounts of assistance to Haitian victims.
Department efforts emphasized putting the Haitian government and its citizens in the lead and investing in Haiti's future.