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Haitian

, Haytian
the creolized French spoken in Haiti
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A household survey, conducted during a different phase of this project, found that approximately one third of Haitians who reported their household income fell into this income bracket (Kretsedemas 2004).
As a physician who has practiced in Haiti for almost 25 years, I visited Jean-Juste in prison at the Haitian Penitentiary Annex the week before the press conference.
But when the community in Boston organized a rally to have the CDC remove Haitians from the list of high-risk groups for HIV/AIDS carriers, my parents got involved.
Independence and the end of chattel slavery in Haiti did not result in the creation of a free society, and Haitians have been exploited by a series of corrupt and ruthless demagogues and tyrants such as the Duvaliers.
It's also provided indirect assistance to Cuban medics operating in Haiti via its Haitian counterparts--who, unlike the Cubans, are not subject to a U.
Summary: The United States resumed airlifting critically injured Haitian quake victims to U.
Educated Haitians also speak French, of course, as do educated Senegalese, so it's not as though Turkey or Sri Lanka were to offer a new home to Haitians.
Di perejil: Una cuestion de derechos, a documentary by Irene Rial,(*) presents the stories of these three women and explores the complex social and political situation of Haitian immigrants residing in the bateyes (sugar plantation shantytowns) of the Dominican Republic.
After a dangerous journey (25 Haitians suffocated earlier this year in the back of an overcrowded truck), the migrants are settled in bateyes, purpose-built plantation villages, such as Palmarejo.
Curtis (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow of Comparative Literature at Newhouse Center for the Humanities at Wellesley College), "Stella: A Novel of the Haitian Revolution" is a significant and very highly recommended addition for academic library Haitian Literature reference collections and supplemental studies lists.
Haitians were included in this group because, in the United States, there had been reported cases of HIV-AIDS in recently immigrated Haitians, some of them having shown up at Florida's hospitals since 1981.
DeGraff leads the MIT-Haiti Initiative, a project that was created in response to the destruction of Haitian universities by the 2010 earthquake.