By Neil Griffiths / @_griff
Historically crippled by international debts, the middle of the twentieth century saw the IMF force Haiti (then occupied by America) to open its market to imported, highly subsidised U.S rice and sugar.
The productive country once known as â€˜The Jewel of the Antillesâ€™ was subsequently awash with cheap American grown goods. Some […]Read more →
In 1998, the UN’s body for education, science and culture, UNESCO, instituted the 23rd of August as International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition. This day was picked as it was the day that enslaved Africans decided to liberate themselves on what was one of the most fierce enslavement conditions […]Read more →
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