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Radio Haiti M'amour 91.3FM HMAP
Savoir vivre-politique-ruptures-courrier etc
(Haiti M'amour Productions)
(courrier sentimental-Rupture sentimentale)
Haiti m'amour productions (HMAP)
Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com reviews the latest news and media relevant to Haiti and Haitians potentially with special guests.
See pre and post show notes at kiskeacity.com.
Radio Haiti M"amour
Savoir vivre-(Rupture Sentimentale) W/Exume
yo ka pa renmen we nou men yo renmen tande nou
yo ka pa aksepte nou men yo pap demanti nou
yo ka fi'n fe klas yo men yo pa filozof
yo ka batay an Ayiti men yo pap batay pou Ayiti
Slavery, Gold, & Sugar: The Dominican Republic & Haiti
How much wealth has been stolen from the Melanated masses across the globe? We may never know, but we do know that everywhere we find white supremacy, we also find plundered or exploited resources. Join Alex Primo and Asha Zuri, Thursday April 28th, 2016 at 9 pm EST (6 pm PST, 7 pm EST, 8 pm CST) as we discuss the slave trade and plundering of the DR & Haiti.
Like Brazil, you will see the locals robbed of their land, worked to death, and mistreated solely for the benefit of racist Europeans. Gold and sugar removed with little regard for the individuals working the land. It should be clear by now that Melanated life meant little to nothing to these villainous, wicked, criminals from across the sea. Such a sentiment would make it obvious why the earliest known slave revolt, in the New World, happened here in 1522.
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Radio Haiti M'amour Productions(HMAP) vous souhaite une Bonne Fete
Radio Haiti M'amour Pro w/Exume
politique religion comedie musique
Siw renmen Haiti ,segman sa se pou ou
tandel patajel etc.
Radio HMAP (HAITI M'AMOUR PRODUCTIONS)Savoir vivre w/Exume
Join Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com and guest co-host Hugues Girard as they hash out their Wall of Shame of clips and articles on Haiti and Haitians by otherwise acclaimed Western journalists as well as highlight the good. This is as much about the stories as about the way they are handled by the spinmeisters of Western mainstream -- or even supposedly "independent"-- media.
Find out which articles/clips are on our butchering block this week at www.kiskeacity.com.