1. sendychancy:

    It’s time for a new video!! Learn to make one of our most requested dishes: Haitian Black Rice (Du Riz Djon Djon)
    Click here and watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fwDYPevmKo
    And as always please subscribe, like, comment and share! Thank you!!!

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  2. artdream:

    Rhum Vieux Labbé, The Haitian Rhum that will surprise you

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  3. artdream:

    Haiti c.1975

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  4. artdream:

    If you are of country, if you are born there, then you have it in your eyes, your skin, your hands, with the hair of its trees, the flesh of its soil, the bones of its stones, the blood of its rivers, its sky, its taste, it’s men and women. - Jacques Roumain
    Masters of the Dew

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  5. haitianphoenix:

"Haiti has a strong presence in Cuba, dating back to the late 1790’s after the Haitian revolution, when many French moved to Cuba and took their kidnapped Africans with them.  From this wave we get the Tumba Francesa and the Haitian roots music in Cuba.   Haitian tradition contains a strong strain of Dahomey and Congo, both of which are present in western Cuba as well.  Haitian Rada is Cuban Arara, the Dahomey tradition.

During the early part of the 1900’s, many Haitians were brought in to cut sugar cane. In 1921 and again in 1937, when the market for sugar fell, they were simply kicked out and sent home, such was the logic of the neocolonial republic.

More recently, Cuba is perhaps the only country to have welcomed so many Haitians fleeing the persecution of the Haitian elites and their regimes.  There are reportedly over 300,000 recent arrivals in Cuba.  And Creole, which is still spoken by descendants of the earlier waves, is Cuba’s second language, with a Creole radio station in Havana.” #haiti
#haitiansbelike #ayiti
#ayibobo #cuba #africa #history #knowthyself #knowyourhistory #haitianphoenix #love #me #roots #sakpasse #slavery #revolution

    haitianphoenix:

    "Haiti has a strong presence in Cuba, dating back to the late 1790’s after the Haitian revolution, when many French moved to Cuba and took their kidnapped Africans with them.  From this wave we get the Tumba Francesa and the Haitian roots music in Cuba.   Haitian tradition contains a strong strain of Dahomey and Congo, both of which are present in western Cuba as well.  Haitian Rada is Cuban Arara, the Dahomey tradition.

    During the early part of the 1900’s, many Haitians were brought in to cut sugar cane. In 1921 and again in 1937, when the market for sugar fell, they were simply kicked out and sent home, such was the logic of the neocolonial republic.

    More recently, Cuba is perhaps the only country to have welcomed so many Haitians fleeing the persecution of the Haitian elites and their regimes.  There are reportedly over 300,000 recent arrivals in Cuba.  And Creole, which is still spoken by descendants of the earlier waves, is Cuba’s second language, with a Creole radio station in Havana.” #haiti
    #haitiansbelike #ayiti
    #ayibobo #cuba #africa #history #knowthyself #knowyourhistory #haitianphoenix #love #me #roots #sakpasse #slavery #revolution

    Reblogged from: haitianphoenix
  6. teamlivewell:

Its happening this weekend ABAPEC/CESA reunion picnic!!!!! #Ayiti #ABAPEC #CESA

    teamlivewell:

    Its happening this weekend ABAPEC/CESA reunion picnic!!!!! #Ayiti #ABAPEC #CESA

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  7. The Best Books on Haiti — Read more

    The Best Books on Haiti — Read more

  8. haitianphoenix:

"Germany, a rising power in the late nineteenth century began a small but aggressive commerce in the Caribbean republics. Banking was an important adjunct to this business and four firms represented German trade in Haiti. In 1897 one Emil Luders, a businessman with a German father and a Haitian mother, was arrested following an altercation with Port-au-Prince police. Weeks after Luders’ release and departure for Germany, the German navy sent warships to Port-au-Prince and threatened to bombard the port unless all charges against Luders were dropped and restitution made to him.

 This example of gunboat diplomacy was encouraged by the United States, whose minister-resident pressured the Haitian government to give in to German demands. Over the course of the next twenty years, however, the Americans increasingly saw Germany as a commercial and political rival in Haiti, and fear of German influence served as a major justification for the U.S. occupation of 1915-1934.

As for Luders, his reliance on German protection was not atypical of wealthy Haitians of the period, many of whom sought and received foreign citizenship or pursued marriage with aliens in order to evade taxation, conscription, or other strictures imposed by Haitian authorities. The early 1900s witnessed the rapid expansion of the German merchant marine and navy as the Hamburg American Line increased its Caribbean operations and the navy by 1907 outstripped that of the United States in the battleship and cruiser categories. German merchant firms enjoyed subvention from Berlin and were able to supply Haitian consumers with expensive knockoffs of popular European products.” #haiti #ayiti #germany #usa #teamhaiti
#teamayiti #sakpasse #HaitianPhoenix #caribbean #europe #instagram #igers #knowthyself #knowyourhistory #blackhistory #ayibobo

    haitianphoenix:

    "Germany, a rising power in the late nineteenth century began a small but aggressive commerce in the Caribbean republics. Banking was an important adjunct to this business and four firms represented German trade in Haiti. In 1897 one Emil Luders, a businessman with a German father and a Haitian mother, was arrested following an altercation with Port-au-Prince police. Weeks after Luders’ release and departure for Germany, the German navy sent warships to Port-au-Prince and threatened to bombard the port unless all charges against Luders were dropped and restitution made to him.

     This example of gunboat diplomacy was encouraged by the United States, whose minister-resident pressured the Haitian government to give in to German demands. Over the course of the next twenty years, however, the Americans increasingly saw Germany as a commercial and political rival in Haiti, and fear of German influence served as a major justification for the U.S. occupation of 1915-1934.

    As for Luders, his reliance on German protection was not atypical of wealthy Haitians of the period, many of whom sought and received foreign citizenship or pursued marriage with aliens in order to evade taxation, conscription, or other strictures imposed by Haitian authorities. The early 1900s witnessed the rapid expansion of the German merchant marine and navy as the Hamburg American Line increased its Caribbean operations and the navy by 1907 outstripped that of the United States in the battleship and cruiser categories. German merchant firms enjoyed subvention from Berlin and were able to supply Haitian consumers with expensive knockoffs of popular European products.” #haiti #ayiti #germany #usa #teamhaiti
    #teamayiti #sakpasse #HaitianPhoenix #caribbean #europe #instagram #igers #knowthyself #knowyourhistory #blackhistory #ayibobo

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  9. artdream:

    Haitian Art

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  10. Stevy Mahy ft James Germain - Haiti Cherie

    (via Haiti Visuelle) (Stevy Mahy Tumblr)

  11. tisamy2k:

••• Machann BwaPen •••
[ or Hardwork Scars ]
by @tisamy2k 
#2kphotography
2014
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#haiti #haitian #haititourism #ayiti #thisishaiti #experienceit #selapouwla @ig_haiti #ig_haiti #hiddenfaceofhaiti #manchann #struggle #streetseller #2gouden #caribbean #people #perledesantilles #sharehaiti #photography #supporthaiti #tagyourfriends (at Ayiti Cherie)

    tisamy2k:

    ••• Machann BwaPen •••
    [ or Hardwork Scars ]
    by @tisamy2k
    #2kphotography
    2014
    ———————————————————-
    #haiti #haitian #haititourism #ayiti #thisishaiti #experienceit #selapouwla @ig_haiti #ig_haiti #hiddenfaceofhaiti #manchann #struggle #streetseller #2gouden #caribbean #people #perledesantilles #sharehaiti #photography #supporthaiti #tagyourfriends (at Ayiti Cherie)

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  12. haitianphoenix:

"On July 7, 1801.. A new constitution, drafted by a committee appointed by Toussaint L’Ouverture, went into effect and declared independence of Hispaniola. The constitution made him governor general for life with near absolute powers. L’Ouverture seized power in Haiti from French control." #knowyourhistory #knowthyself #sakpasse #caribbean #phoenixrising #Africa #slavery #freedom #revolutionary #zoedup #zoe #teamzoe #haitiansbelike #teamhaiti #teamayiti #HaitianPhoenix #wealth #love #me #ayibobo #Haiti #ayiti #blackhistory

    haitianphoenix:

    "On July 7, 1801.. A new constitution, drafted by a committee appointed by Toussaint L’Ouverture, went into effect and declared independence of Hispaniola. The constitution made him governor general for life with near absolute powers. L’Ouverture seized power in Haiti from French control." #knowyourhistory #knowthyself #sakpasse #caribbean #phoenixrising #Africa #slavery #freedom #revolutionary #zoedup #zoe #teamzoe #haitiansbelike #teamhaiti #teamayiti #HaitianPhoenix #wealth #love #me #ayibobo #Haiti #ayiti #blackhistory

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  13. haitianphoenix:

I couldn’t resist this on…even though I am tired of kermit…lmao #Haiti #ayiti #ayibobo #teamhaiti #teamayiti #nosey #trepot #haitiansbelike #sakpasse #love #me #kermit

    haitianphoenix:

    I couldn’t resist this on…even though I am tired of kermit…lmao #Haiti #ayiti #ayibobo #teamhaiti #teamayiti #nosey #trepot #haitiansbelike #sakpasse #love #me #kermit

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  14. DJ Sabine Blaizin Talks The Roots Of Haiti’s Deep House Movement

    DJ Sabine Blaizin by Carlos Bell Photography

    The story of Haiti is a story of a people who refused to be enslaved, rising up against their oppressors and creating the first free black republic in the New World– the only nation in the world established as a result of a successful slave revolt. Ostracized and isolated by the West because of this, Haiti kept a strong connection to its African roots, maintaining traditions, rhythms and dances of more than 21 plus different African ethnicities– traditions which in some cases have faded on the continent itself. Vodou, while influenced by the original Taino people and French colonizers, is nonetheless a direct path back to Haiti’s African ancestors. Indeed the sights, smells and music on the island are the closest a Brooklynite could get to Africa in a three hour plane ride.

    Against this backdrop a new movement is gaining momentum. The island is vibrating to the new sound of Haitian House, a deep and tantalizing brew of modern production methods set over the ancient and unmistakable call of the drum.
    Sabine Blaizin is a New York based DJ, promoter, community activist, who some on NYC’s house music scene may know from her brand Oyasound, which gives homage to the ancestors and promotes warrior women in music with a host of great events and excellent Afro Deep House mixes.
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  15. L’UNION FAIT LA FORCE - FE POU LI
(via Haiti t-shirt, FePouLi, CARIBBEAN APPAREL, Haiti shirt | CARIBBEAN APPAREL™)
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