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Miss Zazou G. Pierre, aslo known as Zazou, is originally from St-Marc, Haiti. A poet based out in Florida, the young Haitian-American's dynamic and yet distinct voice speaks deeply into anyone's soul; her poetry without a doubt speaks for Haiti itself.
"When I was younger..." She writes on her Facebook Status, "...I used to lose myself inside of books. That way, I didn't have to face the world...Thanks to this beautiful piece of literature, I have found enough solace and reinforcement to be functional in my own world. Books will always be my first love."
Please, take a listen, to one of the young artistic voices of Haiti.
RADIO HMAP ,YON TI PRYE POU HAITI,YON TI MO POU HAITI ,YON TI LANMOU POU HAITI,YON TI RESPE POU HAITI,YON TI LESPWA POU HAITI
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A review of the latest news of Haiti and Haitians globally. With host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com and co-host Hans Roy.
Earthquake in Haiti
On Tuesday, January 12, 2010 a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. The epicenter was located 15 miles WSW of Port-Au-Prince. Since then, there have been 59 aftershocks from the initial quake. A number of these were nearly as devastating as the initial impact with some ranging from 4.2 to 5.9 magnitude in strength.
Thoughts and views on where Haiti and Haitians are headed today. Is there any hope for Haiti or Haitians? If yes, where does it lie? As young Haitians living abroad, we have watched Haiti over the years worsen as a nation. Instability and Insecurity are not the main or only problems of Haiti. The Haitian man or the Haitian woman in society has a role to play, but It seems as if Haitians themselves have lost any hope in Haiti. Take a listen to what we discuss as Haitians, and as we ask pertinent questions on who we are, where we are going and where our hope lies.
This time of year celebrations and traditions are in the air, literally and figuratively!
The foods! The dancing! The customs! The homemade food and drinks! and so much more!
Join us as Dr. Richardson recounts the events, then and now, that we stopped what we were doing and enjoyed ourselves to the fullest.
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.
Visit www.kiskeacity.com for more on this and past episodes.
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