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“Hundreds of thousands of Senegalese children, mostly from poor rural areas, have been sent by their parents to town, ostensibly for an education. Most often, their parents cannot afford to pay for their food or education. The result is that boys are forced to beg to raise money for their teachers.” More at https://www.globalfundforchildren.org/route-out-of-begging-for-senegal-children/

Route out of begging for Senegal children

haiti history 1940s museum quai branly A Haitian extended family gathers for a group photo. Visiting anthropologists like Mercer Cook and Haiti’s very own Jean Price Mars noted that in the countryside, Haitian families kept the living traditions of their ancestors in Africa, including the “lakou” system, in which various families lived in one unit. Even today, when some of our parents say ‘fanmi’, they don’t just mean mom, dad, kids, they mean practically the whole family tree!

haiti history museum quai branly A Haitian extended family gathers for a…

Haiti - Transportation - Tap-Tap When we asked our translator how many people can fit in a tap tap, his responses was "there is always room for one more". #reachculture #timberlinemissions

Haiti - Transportation - Tap-Tap When we asked our translator how many people can fit in a tap tap, his responses was "there is always room for one more". These were all over haiti people would just jump on whenever.

Murielle, la co-fondatrice de #Ayizana vous fait découvrir #Haïti

Murielle, la co-fondatrice de #Ayizana vous fait découvrir #Haïti

Daughter of Haitian Immigrants Will Be GOP's First Black Woman in Congress http://www.people.com/article/mia-love-first-black-female-republican-congress

Mia Love, Daughter of Haitian Immigrants, Will Be GOP's First Black Woman in Congress

Mia Love made history on Election Night 2014 as she beat out Democratic contender Doug Owens to become the first black (Haitian-American), female Republican to be elected to the U. House of Representatives.

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Haiti

Papa Doc Haiti and Duvalier    Jean-Claude Duvalier, known as “Baby Doc,” sitting, poses with his dictator father, Francois “Papa Doc” Duvalier, in this 1971 photo.  — ticotimes.net

Haiti’s Jean-Claude ‘Baby Doc’ Duvalier: An overweight, overwhelmed dauphin

The last faces of American slavery: Stunning pictures of men and women who were born into slavery and photographed more than 70 years after being freed

Stunning pictures of men and women who were born into slavery and photographed more than seventy years after being freed

Pictures from the Slave Narrative project of the Federal Writers/Work Progress Administration.

Megan Boudreaux, a woman fighting child slavery in Haiti.

Megan Boudreaux, a woman fighting child slavery in Haiti.

Earthquake, Haiti

Residents pass a damaged church in Port-au-Prince after a devastating earthquake hit Haiti

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