. After six months in Haiti, 1st Squadron arrived to replace 3rd Squadron. 2nd Squadron replaced 3rd Squadron in October 1995 and redeployed in March 1996 completing the cycle. thumb 200px Untitled Frankétienne painting, oil on canvas (Image:Franketienne Painting.jpg) '''Frankétienne''' (born '''Franck Étienne''' on April 12, 1936 in Ravine-Sèche (Ravine-Sèche, Haiti), Haiti) is an author, poet, playwright, musician and painter. He has written in both French language French
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, Haiti, Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador still have sizeable populations identified as Black (Black people). However countries such as Argentina and Chile do not have a visible African presence today. Census information from the early 19th century shows that people categorized as Black made up to 30% of the population, or around 400,000 people. WikiPedia:Haiti Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Haiti Commons:Category:Haiti
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was deployed to Haiti following the 2010 Haiti earthquake to lead the humanitarian effort. http: www.southcom.mil appssc news.php?storyId 2033 Balmaseda was awarded her first Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 1993 for her writings on the plight of Cuban and Haitian refugees. Her second was awarded for breaking-news reporting in 2001, for her role in covering the story of Elián González. That same year, she won the Hispanic Heritage Foundation
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hurricane. The hurricane continued to strengthen as it moved through the Caribbean Sea and reached its peak intensity of 155 mph (250 km h) on the August 23 while south of the Dominican Republic. It maintained that intensity for a day, bringing heavy rain and winds to Hispaniola. As Cleo passed south of Haiti on August 24, it veered northward momentarily, enough to move on to the Southwest Peninsula of Haiti. The circulation of the hurricane was greatly disrupted by the mountainous terrain of the island, quickly weakening the hurricane. United States Department of Commerce. HURRICANE CLEO: August 20-September 4, 1964. Page 3. Retrieved on 2007-12-24. Greater Antilles Moderate to heavy rains fell across Puerto Rico, peaking at 4.95 inches (125.7 mm) at Matrullas Dam. David M. Roth. Hurricane Cleo Rainfall Page. Retrieved on 2007-12-24. The outer bands (tropical cyclone#Physical structure) of Cleo produced peak sustained winds of 52 mph (85 km h) at Point Tuna, Puerto Rico. Offshore Puerto Rico on its initial penetration of Cleo on August 23, a Lockheed WC-121N Super Constellation used as a reconnaissance aircraft experienced its port wing tip fuel tank and portion of wing torn away by extreme updraft turbulence, which injured six of its crew. While trying to exit the storm, the starboard tip tank and larger portion of wing were torn away by extreme down draft turbulence. The aircraft was damaged beyond repair. AviationSafety Network. Accident description. Retrieved on 2007-12-24. Cleo led to the wettest known 24 hour period recorded for any site within the Dominican Republic for any month, with 19.99 inches (507.8 mm) falling at Polo. ONAMET. Boletin Climatologico Mensual: Agosto. Retrieved on 2007-03-09. Les Cayes, Haiti was leveled as the storm struck the town. The aircraft carrier U.S.S. Boxer arrived off the coast of Hispaniola on August 29 to provide medical aid and evacuation services to those in the worst impacted areas of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Damage in Cuba was minimal because the hurricane had weakened and moved through quickly. In 1935, Corretjer travelled to Cuba and joined an anti-Batista (Fulgencio Batista) group whose aim was to overthrow the U.S.-backed Cuban dictator. He also traveled to Haiti and to the Dominican Republic looking for international support for Puerto Rico's independence movement. In 1936, Corretjer met and became friends with the nationalist leader Pedro Albizu Campos. He was named Secretary General of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party soon after. Corretjer, Campos and fellow poet Clemente Soto Vélez were arrested. Corretjer was sent to "La Princesa" prison for one year in 1937, because he refused to hand over to the American authorities the Book of Acts of the Nationalists Party, as result of his political beliefs. Biografia Later that year, Campos and Corretjer were accused of "Conspiring against the Government of the United States in Puerto Rico" and even though a local jury found them innocent, the ruling was overturned and later they were found guilty and sent to the US Federal prison at Atlanta, Georgia. Local legend has it that former Haitian tyrant Henri Christophe, king of Haiti from 1811 to 1820, buried treasure at the Northeast Point of Great Inagua where he had a summer retreat. '''Dajabón''' ( WikiPedia:Haiti Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Haiti Commons:Category:Haiti
copy: Ficha biblioteca de San Marcos) He received his early education at Markham College in Lima, Peru, and Rossall School in Lancashire, England. He won a foundation scholarship to study at Exeter College, Oxford and graduated with a degree in politics, philosophy and economics in 1956. Later, he received the John Parker Compton fellowship to study public affairs at Princeton University in the United States, where he received a master's degree in 1961. He began his career at the World Bank in 1961 as a regional economist for six countries in Central America, Haiti and the Dominican Republic. thumb right 250px A photo of Randall Robinson and his wife at the 1994 inauguration ceremony of Haiti (Image:Randall Robinson photo.jpg)an President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. '''Randall Robinson''' (born 6 July 1941) is an African-American lawyer, author and activist, noted as the founder of TransAfrica (TransAfrica Forum). He is known particularly for his impassioned opposition to South African apartheid, and for his advocacy on behalf of Haitian immigrants and Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide. www.randallrobinson.com The ethnic composition of the town is, as everywhere in French Guiana, diverse: Taki-Taki-speaking Maroons (Maroon (people)) are today the largest ethnic group, followed by Creoles (Creole people), Amerindians, Haitians, ''métropolitains (Metropolitan France)'' and Brazilians. * Bammy (Jamaica): made from grated cassava root or cassava root flour and salt * Casava (Haiti): made from manioc (cassava root) * Casabe (South America, Caribbean): made from bitter cassava root Distributing technology Presently the organization is collaborating with like-minded development organizations in an effort to target areas most in need of this sustainable technology. Since finishing the final design of the Universal Nut Sheller, The Full Belly Project has distributed machines in The Bahamas, Uganda, Liberia, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Gambia, Zambia, the Philippines, Haiti, Guyana, India, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Senegal, Guatemala, Tajikistan, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. WikiPedia:Haiti Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Haiti Commons:Category:Haiti
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Haiti's regional, historical, and ethno-linguistic position is unique for several reasons. Originally inhabited by the indigenous Taíno people, the island was first discovered by Christopher Columbus during his first voyage across the Atlantic in 1492. When Columbus first landed in Haiti (western Hispaniola), he had thought he had found India or Asia. His flagship, the ''Santa Maria (Santa Maria (ship))'', sank after running aground on 25 December in the north coast of present-day Haiti.
Gaining its independence in 1804, Haiti was the first independent nation (nation-state) of Latin America and the Caribbean, the second republic successful in a war of independence against a European colonial power in the Americas, the only nation in the western hemisphere to have defeated three European superpowers (Britain (United Kingdom), France (Kingdom of France), and Spain (Imperial Spain)), and the only nation in the world established as a result of a successful slave revolt.
With 10.4 million people, Haiti is the most populous full member-state of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). The country is also a member of the Latin Union. In 2012, Haiti announced its intention to seek associate membership status in the African Union. It has the lowest Human Development Index (List of countries by Human Development Index) in the Americas. Political violence has occurred regularly throughout its history (History of Haiti), leading to government instability. Most recently, in February 2004, a ''coup d'état (2004 Haitian coup d'état)'' originating in the north of the country forced the resignation and exile of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. A provisional government took control with security provided by the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH). Michel Martelly, the current president, was elected in the 2011 general election (Haitian general election, 2011).