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The First Black Nation

Relentless Quest



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The First Black Nation by Vladimir Guerrier
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Haiti is approximately an hour and a half flight away from the state of Florida, and yet it is merely recognized to a limited Americans, and unheard of by many nations in the world. The island is an abode to a people of unbeatable values and astonishing histories that are in no comparison to any other nations on Earth. On that island, the African slaves contrived tactics that were perplexed to their oppressors, through which they had defeated Napoleonic forces in 1803, to become the First Black Nation in the world. Even today, the superpowers which had converged to keep them in bondage still show resentment toward them, feeling ashamed and threaten by their success, skeptical that their history may overshadow theirs. The eventful revolution on that island had sparked revolutions around the World, motivated slaves miles away to fight for the rights they are naturally entitled to as Human Beings. Today the nation is undoubtedly traversing frustrating moments, however their endurance is as strong as their heart, and through it all they are triumphant through courage to prevail as they retain their place in history of the World as the First to eradicate slavery from their land.
Release date Australia
April 30th, 2009
Country of Publication
United States
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