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THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF HAITI 1804

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AFRICAN-AMERICAN RESEARCH LIBRARY AND CULTURAL CENTER

2650 Sistrunk Boulevard

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

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Professor Kaba H. Kamene, makes his triumphant return to South Florida. He was an education cosultant with the late Professor Asa G Hilliard III for the Broward County Board of Education from 1989-1994.

Professor Kaba will take us on an historical journey to explain the significance of the Haitian Revolution. The lecture will begin with the first enslaved Afrikans coming to the island of Haiti and the events that led to the island's independece on January 1, 1804.

Professor Kaba tells us "In order to understand the sucess of the Haitian Revolution you must see it in relation to all other Afrikan (Slave) Rebellions in the western hemisphere. From the American Revolution all the way to the present day BLM. There is an internal link of solidarity in all of us."

Tickets will be $20.00 in Advance and $30.00 the day of the event. Children will be $15.00 at the door.

PRESENTED BY: ALKEBULAN NATION - BOSS PROGRESS - PATRICK DESIRE

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