History of Haitian Nationality and Citizenship

History Of Haitian Nationality And Citizenship

The Republic of Haiti is located on the island Hispaniola in the Caribbean. Haiti gained its independence from France in the first successful slave rebellion in the Americas, and their identification as conquerors of a racially repressed society is a theme echoed throughout Haiti's history. Their roots as a slave colony are embedded in their national identity.

Read more about History Of Haitian Nationality And Citizenship:  Haitian Nationality Prior To 1803, Foreign Recognition of Haiti As A Nation, Haitian Society, United States Occupation, Haitian Immigrant Workers, Haitian Diaspora

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