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The 222nd anniversary of the Ceremony Bois Caiman

Haiti The Cereminy Of Bois Caiman - A Haitian History

The Haitian community is preparing for the 222nd anniversary of the Bois Caiman Ceremony. The ceremony is celebrated to mark a remarkable event which gave birth to the first ever black republic in the world. Bois Caiman Ceremony first celebrated on the 14th day of August 1791 remains a symbolic event in the history of humanity.

In reminder to the Haitian people Lesly Condé expressed his expectation for good participation from the Haitian Community during this important event. Lesly is the Consul General of the Republic of Haiti in Chicago.

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No Protection for Voodoo Religion by Amended Haiti Constitution

The majority of modern-day Haitians believes in and practices at least some aspects of voodoo. In 1935, a law effectively stated the practice of Voodoo as superstitious, noting that individuals who participate in different ceremonies and practices that function as an offering to local deities such as the sacrificing of livestock could be fined or even imprisoned. It was then abolished in the 1987 constitution due to the change in government and the protests of Haitians. In 2003, Voodoo was officially recognized as an official religion in Haiti, meaning it enjoyed the same rights and legal protections as any other religion.

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Suggested Photos to take before the Wedding Ceremony

When you hire your wedding photographer, develop a list of photos with them to shoot before, during, and after the ceremony, and at the reception.

When you hire your wedding photographer, develop a list of photos with them to shoot before, during, and after the ceremony, and at the reception. Ask for their ideas and suggestions. Here are some recommended suggestions for the pre-ceremony photos.

The most traditional photos are those of the bride posing with various members of her immediate and extended family. These include the bride standing next to her mother and father in separate photos. Then a photo of the bride with both parents flanking her.

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