Jewografi Kilti Manje Istwa Ayisyen Popilè

100

What is the Dominican Republic?
The country residing on the same island as Haiti.

100

What are Haitian Creole and French?
The official languages of Haiti.

100

What are Haitian patties?
Follows the same concept as Jamaican patties but are exponentially better, no competition.

100

What is January 1st, 1804?
The date that Haiti gained its independence.

100

Who is Wyclef Jean?
Grammy Award-winning hip-hop recording Haitian artist and former member of the hip-hop group "Fugees".

200

What is Hispaniola?
The name of the island that Haiti resides.

200

What is soccer?
The most popular sport in Haiti.

200

What is Soup Joumou?
Meal that is traditionally eaten on Haitian Independence Day?

200

Who are America and France?
The two countries that occupied Haiti over the course of its history.

200

Who is Garcelle Beauvais?
Haitian-American actress and former fashion model best known for her role as Francesca "Fancy" Monroe on The WB television sitcom, The Jamie Foxx Show.

300

What are droughts, floods, earthquakes, or hurricanes?
One of the natural disasters that Haiti is periodically subject to.

300

What is Kompa?
The most popular genre of music in Haiti.

300

What is fritaille (fritay)?
Fried foods that are sold widely on the streets of Haiti.

300

Who is Toussaint Louverture?
The leader that led the uprising of the enslaved people against France.

300

Who is Steph Curry?
Past NBA MVP who's mother is of Haitian descent.

400

What is the western three-eighths of Hispaniola?
The cardinal direction and the proportion of island (in eighths) that Haiti comprises on Hispaniola.

400

What are Africa, the French, the Spanish, and the indigenous Taíno?
The four influences that come together to make culture.

400

What is crémas (crémasse)?
Sweet and creamy alcoholic beverage native to Haiti; primarily from creamed coconut, sweetened condensed or evaporated milk, and rum.

400

What is the Voodoo cult?
The religious cult that brought the French slaves together for the Haitian revolution.

400

Who is Future?
Trap music star from Atlanta, Georgia who's parents are Haitian.

500

What is "land of high mountains"?
The meaning of the name Haiti given to the entire island of Hispaniola coming from the Taíno language.

500

What is "Marchons unis, Marchons unis"?
The line from the Haitian national anthem (La Dessalinienne) after "Pour le Pays, Pour les ancêtres,".

500

What is the barbecue (BBQ)?
Cooking style said to have originated in Haiti; word translates to "framework of sticks set upon posts".

500

What are sugar cane and coffee?
The two biggest exports of Haiti under French rule.

500

Who is Frankétienne?
Haitian writer, poet, playwright, painter, musician, activist and intellectual, “known as the father of Haitian letters”.

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