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This cultural heritage resource guide has been prepared as a tool for teachers to help them understand the cultural heritage of their Haitian students, their families, and their communities in order to serve them better. Although Haiti became an independent country in 1804, the struggle of its people for justice and freedom has never ended. Many Haitians have left Haiti for political, social, and economic reasons, and many have come to the larger cities of the United States, particularly New York City. This guide contains the following sections: (1) "Introduction"; (2) "Haiti at a Glance"; (3) "In Search of a Better Life"; (4) "Haitian History"; (5) "Haitian Culture"; (6) "Images of Haiti"; and (7) "Bibliography," a 23-item list of works for further reading. (SLD)

Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Cultural Background, Diversity (Student), Ethnic Groups, Foreign Countries, Haitian Creole, Haitians, History, Immigrants, Inservice Teacher Education, Multicultural Education, Resource Materials, Teaching Guides, Teaching Methods, Urban Schools, Urban Youth

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Author: Bernard, Marie Jose; Damas, Christine; Dejoie, Menes; Duval, Joubert; Duval, Micheline; Fouche, Marie; Marcellus, Marie Jose; Paul

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=8304&id=ED416263







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