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Tree Photograph - Black When Haitians Were Heroes in America Series Print No. 3  by Aberjhani

Black When Haitians Were Heroes in America Series Print No. 3 is a photograph by Aberjhani which was uploaded on May 14th, 2018.

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Thank you for the visit and very kind words Harsh Malik.

Harsh Malik

Harsh Malik

Great Art! Fv

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Thank you very much Dr. Stewart.

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Wonderful capture and tribute!!! -Tweet!

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Thank you very much Dionis. I appreciate your insight comments.

Dionis Navarro

Dionis Navarro

Great work!! I love the history behind what that Monument represents. Haitians still are heroes as they're struggling to survive so much injustice by their own governments past, present; the Dominican Republic and Haiti share the same island what divides them is the Dajabón River or Massacre River. Many Caribbean people and many others around the globe do not realize that Haiti is the original name of the entire island and it is a Taino / Arawak language of the indigenous people who were living on the entire island which means " mother of the high land // Mother of the high rocks " So everybody who is natural, adopted son of this island is a "Haitian" regardless if we are from D.R or Haiti ... Haiti is not a creole name ... Sorry I cannot help it to do this :) , each time I find something related to this beautiful island to comment on, I have to mention this important information about D.R and Haiti ... God Bless you all and excellent work Aberjhani

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Glad you enjoyed it Geraldine. This is one my favorites in the series.

Geraldine Scull

Geraldine Scull

Beautifully composed and exposed ! Wonderful tribute to these heroes ! l/f

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