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Historian and UWI professor Matthew J. Smith joins host Alice Backer tonight at 9PM to discuss his research about Haiti-Jamaica migratory relations before 1915. Jamaica was the place where Haitian presidents went into exile then and in 1900 Jamaicans were the biggest group of English speakers in Haiti.
He will tell us about his latest book on the topic: Liberty, Fraternity, Exile: Haiti and Jamaica after emancipation.
We'll also discuss broader patterns of inter-Caribbean migration during that time.
You might be surprised to discover the links.
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LanceScurv goes in on the recent Electric Daisy Carnival that was held in Orlando Florida because of the underlying issues that this event revealed that many who live in Central Florida refuse to acknowledge.
For those who do not live in Orlando and visit as a tourist, there is a fierce takeover of many Black neighborhoods here by corporate interests that are backed by the local government who are both driven by greed and other self serving motivations.
Most who live here and abroad who occupy these key positions in government, law enforcement and media know exactly what is going on and work together seamlessly to orchestrate the obvious gentrification that has eaten away at these traditionally Black neighborhoods like a cancer.
The Black communities such as the Callahan, Parramore, Washington Shores and Orange Center areas as well as the eventual covert and well planned takeover of the Richmond Heights/Carver Shores neighborhoods have forces at play that are very aggressive yet thrive under the radar of those who do not have any contact in these areas.
Because of the media and how they slant their coverage of the aforementioned areas, the general consensus of those who don't live there is that it's a drug infested, downtrodden, crime ridden burden to society and a blight on the beautiful face that Orlando shows to the world who arrive here in record numbers to eagerly enjoy a wonderful vacation in the manufactured engineered paradise that we all know Orlando to be.
The Black residents who live in these neighborhoods are regularly demonized by the media making it a bit easier to not hear their cries of harassment when the police do just that in blatant fashion.
The Blacks who live there in the minds of those who are bloodthirsty for that precious real estate that lies underfoot must be banished from there by any means necessary so that they can move on with the business at hand.
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Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com analyzes what Haitians and others are saying about Haiti and Haitians online.
Rose Spizman is a survivor of one of the biggest earthquakes in the world's history that occurred in Haiti, 2010. Rose and 5 other team members, including her husband, were on a mission trip that ended suddenly and put them in a state of survival. Hear how Rose was saved from being trampled to death and how God's miraculous intervention put them at the top of a waiting list to be on the first plane out of Haiti. Rose shares how Psalms 91 and a direct word from God gave them confidence and strength to trust in His protection, provision and rescue.
Why does the world hate on Haiti Part 2: What do Black people owe Haiti? Do they deserve thanks? Call in and listen or join the discussion at 347-677-1533 or log http://tobtr.com/s/6919629. #BlogTalkRadio to listen and/or chat.
Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com welcomes fashion designer Dayanne Danier of Fleur de Vie and Bien Abyé. Fleur de Vie takes place every fall and brings diaspora volunteers to Haiti for a back to school event. Bien Abyé is Dayanne's fashion line. (More at www.kiskeacity.com)
Join host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com as she welcomes the ladies of Ayiti Resurrect, an organization for Haitian Diaspora and afrodescendant involvement in Haiti. The ladies of Ayiti Resurrect also foster farming by Afrodescendants in NY state. Details at www.kiskeacity.com.
Coup d'oeil sur la politique actuelle en Haiti avec Stanley Lucas ce Dimanche 10/12/14 @10AM @ Radio Citadelle Inter & Radio 509Rezo.
(Débat sur le refus du president actuel d'accoder des funérailles nationales à Duvalier, commentaire sur les prochaines elections en Haiti et autres faits marquants de l'actualité).
Branchez sur 90.1FM ou 718-749-7752 (Audionow); 712-432-2889*Audionow) . 718-749-7752 pour les questions.
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Join host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com as she discusses the Bwa Kayiman ceremony with Dr. Jerry Gilles and Yvrose Gilles of www.bookmanlit.com. The Bwa Kayiman ceremony kicked off the Haitian Revolution on August 14, 1791.
Doctor Jerry M. Gilles and Yvrose Gilles are co-editors of Bookmanlit.com a site that promotes study of Haitian-African culture. They have written several books and articles and have lectured at universities and museums. They have appeared on radio and television programs to talk about various aspects of Haitian History and Religion. Their most recent books include Bicentennial: Haiti's Gift to the World and Remembrance: Roots, Rituals, and Reverence in Vodou.
Doctor Jerry M. Gilles, specializes in High Risk Obstetrics. He graduated from Columbia University and obtained his doctorate in Medicine at the SUNY at Stony Brook.
Ms. Gilles obtained her undergraduate degree from Barnard College of Columbia University and obtained a Master of Science degree at Teacher's College of Columbia University. By family tradition, Ms. Gilles is descendant of both Dahomey and Kongo. By genetic analysis, she is also descendant of the Mede people of the Ivory Coast.
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