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The Haitian Revolution

was a successful anti-slavery and anti-colonial insurrection by self-liberated slaves against French colonial rule in Saint-Domingue, now the sovereign nation of Haiti. It began on 22 August 1791, and ended in 1804 with the former colony’s independence.

Joseph Balthazar Inginac – General of the Pétion-Boyer administration. Toussaint Louverture – leader of slave rebellion, military general in the Haitian Revolution. He declared himself Governor for Life of Haiti.

Post Haitian Revolution

Haiti was forced to pay #reparations towards their French Colonisers for their loss of ‘free’ labour.

The audacity to make such a request begs belief. However, this ‘indemnity’ (debt) is the principle reason for Haiti’s economic paralysis/instability today, prior to the infamous 2010 earthquake this insurmountable debt keeps the nation of Haiti in a state dependency economically to the bank of France.

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  1. bookman was Born in guinea, slaved in Cuba and then later in jamaica, transfer to haiti. dessaline born in Marchant dessaline, toussaint born in jeremy, petion in petion ville port-au prince so why calling them African, do ya call Jamaicans africans, do ya call AA africans. shame on you e'zili, shame on you bello.

  2. 6:50 the gold they were LOOKING for in the Americas is "Mansa's Gold". The entire thing from1492 WAS ALWAYS THIEF nobody "explorers" or settle with an army. That is not how you come in peace.
    The 🤴🏽👸🏾moors ran Spain for 800 years it ended in 1491 and Columbus set sail in 1492
    the arabs were trying to use whites as their militia to rob Africa's wealth + trading partners around the world.

  3. As a Haitian woman Thank You for opening the eyes of many about our country… In Miami our Little Haiti neighborhood is being erased by gentrification

  4. I grew up with Haitian people and they didn't know the severity of their scrutiny to this day was rooted in pure hatred. I'm so thankful for them standing up for themselves! I'm sending to every Haitian person I know. BuT I do not endorse voodoo one bit- that's sorcery as strong as prescriptions that weakens your mind and body! What an eye opener.

    Baruk you TCA!


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