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Sud d'haiti // South of Haiti 🇭🇹

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"Days of The Dead" photo of Voodoo in Haiti by Justin Williams

"Days of The Dead" photo of Voodoo in Haiti by Justin Williams

A woman vodoo believer possessed by a spirit at the sacred pool at Sucry near Gonaives, Haiti, on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2002.

A woman vodoo believer possessed by a spirit at the sacred pool at Sucry near Gonaives, Haiti, on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2002.

This is highly political. People as energy, or rather, brown people as being taken advantage of over history. This is a powerful image.

This is highly political. People as energy, or rather, brown people as being taken advantage of over history. This is a powerful image.

Next year I plan to go here with my church mission team and teach women's self-defense classes.

Next year I plan to go here with my church mission team and teach women's self-defense classes.

Dondon, Haiti. Jou mache

Dondon, Haiti. Jou mache

René Depestre, born in Jacmel, Haiti, is a Haitian poet. Depestre left Haiti in exile as he refused to collaborate with the Duvalierist regime. He is also the uncle of Michaëlle Jean.

René Depestre, born in Jacmel, Haiti, is a Haitian poet. Depestre left Haiti in exile as he refused to collaborate with the Duvalierist regime. He is also the uncle of Michaëlle Jean.

Anacaona is considered the primordial founder of Haiti. As Haiti’s first heroine, Anacaona was the supreme Caciques (chief/leader) who ruled (over the island which is now known as) Haiti and Dominican Republic by the time Columbus and his “wrecking” crew arrived. Anacaona and her husband Caonabo had intense battles with the Spaniards that ultimately led the Spaniards, under Nicola De Ovando, to capture her under the pretense of peace. They later executed her by hanging, at the age of 29.

Anacaona is considered the primordial founder of Haiti. As Haiti’s first heroine, Anacaona was the supreme Caciques (chief/leader) who ruled (over the island which is now known as) Haiti and Dominican Republic by the time Columbus and his “wrecking” crew arrived. Anacaona and her husband Caonabo had intense battles with the Spaniards that ultimately led the Spaniards, under Nicola De Ovando, to capture her under the pretense of peace. They later executed her by hanging, at the age of 29.

Cristina Garcia Rodero VENEZUELA. State of Yaracuy. Sorte mountain. Maria Lionza cult. The power of elevation. 2004.

Cristina Garcia Rodero VENEZUELA. State of Yaracuy. Sorte mountain. Maria Lionza cult. The power of elevation. 2004.

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