Le 8 novembre dernier, Daphné Campbell est devenue la première Haïtiano-américaine à être élue sénatrice au Parlement de la Floride. Mme Campbell a écrasé son adversaire, Philippe Brutus, avec un écart de 50 points.
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On November 8th, Daphne Campbell became the first Haitian-American to be elected as State Senator in Florida. Former State representative, she won by a landslide, beating up her opponent Philippe Brutus. Continue reading “Daphne Campbell, first Haitian American elected in Florida State Senate”
So it seems that a certain Shawne Oswald, who looks like a Caucasian American, wrote some craziness, some utterly discriminatory and racist rant about Haitians on social media. Shawne Oswald claims to be a JP Morgan Chase employee; however Chase quickly denied the claim on Twitter. Calling Haitians pigs and dogs, the infamous, anti-Haitian, anti-migrant, super racist Shawne posted some pictures of the political unrest unfolding now in Haiti trying to demonstrate that Haitians are the worst because of political violence in Haiti.
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One of the candidates proposed to maintain the FNE after Martelly was gone. He was booed by the audience.
Eight candidates showed up at the North Miami senior High School Auditorium (13110 NE 8th Ave, North Miami, FL 33161) to answer the questions of 4 journalists about their political agendas. This debate took place on Oct 4, exactly three weeks before the presidential elections in Haiti on Oct 25.
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First thing, Jonel is a guy who likes to think he has the sense of humor. Almost everybody thinks they have the sense of humor until proven wrong. The sense of humor is like common sense, everyone thinks they have it until they hear “you’re not funny at all”. Jonel thinks he is funny though, and those who say the opposite are just haters.
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“Nous sommes Charlie” (We are Charlie) was a trending hashtag on social media after January 7, 2015, the day a French satirical newspaper called “Charlie Hebdo” was attacked by three gunmen killing twelve people, including four famous France cartoonists.
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From 2 to 7 of December 2014, Miami was the world’s capital of Art. Art Basel was the place to be and many people were there just for the Art. I must say that Miami, which is more of a Latin than an American city, is the right place for such an event.
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