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Legacy Of 1804 on how the New York Times covers Haitians #Haiti

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Alice Backer of discusses how the New York Times covers Haitians with Dr. Manoucheka Céleste.

Dr. Celeste’s most recent publication, “Framing Haitians and Cubans in The New York Times: Enduring Imprints of Political History,” appeared in the latest Journal of Haitian Studies.

Dr. Céleste is an Assistant Professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She studies transnational representations of blackness, immigration, gender, and class, with a focus on the Caribbean, the United States and Latin America, particularly Haiti.