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What Michel "Sweet Micky" Martelly, Haiti's pop star turned president, learned from a lifetime in...
Five writers continue their conversation about music and history in Haiti for The New Yorker.
Five writers discuss music and history in Haiti for The New Yorker.
The religious imagery of Vodou points to the covert and often illegal world of deal...
Lovely Nicolas reflects on being chosen as a Unicef poster girl in a campaign to...
This radio segment explores how the three largest religious groups in Haiti, Catholics, Pentecostals, and...
This 6-minute Afropop Worldwide radio essay explores how music formed history and identity in Haiti,...
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Enslaved Africans and Creoles in the French colony of Saint-Domingue are said to have gathered...
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