okay-lin: Did you know that January 1st is Haitian Independence Day? So, Happy New Year AND Happy Haitian Independence Day! L'Union fait la force! (Unity makes STRENGTH) This is outstanding information, Haiti’s history should be taught in Black History classes. There is no way this information should not be known by all African and African descendants.
Happy Haitian Independence Day ! The FIRST Black Country to gain it's independence. A rich country in 1804 and STILL a rich country today no matter what the media tells you. Ayi Bobo ! #haitianindependenceday #1804 #haitianpride #africanpride #blackpride #africanhistory #haitianhistory #zoepound #culture #firstblackrepublic
Haitian Independence Day is on January 1st, the same day as New Years. Celebrations of hope for the new year are parallels between both the Haitian holiday and the celebration held in america on that day, but the celebration is not regarded as one of the country's history in America. Additionally, the sharing of patriotic ideas through performances and festivals occur on both American Independence Day and the Haitian Independence Day. However, there is not a symbolic meal made on the 4th of…
Toussaint Louverture (1743 – 1803) Leader of the Haitian independence movement during the French Revolution, who emancipated the slaves and briefly established Haiti as a black-governed French protectorate. by eve
Haitian households celebrate their country's Independence Day with bowls of this comforting soup. The national holiday falls on New Year's Day, when Haitians walk from house to house to pay friends and family the first visits of the New Year.