Solid colors: 90% Cotton, 10% Polyester
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Koupe Tet Boule Kay is a well-known leader against capitalist society. It is the most well-known Haitian revolution which also has the motto of the Black lives matter movement. It is a group of leaders and jean Jacques Dessalines is one of them who have great involvement in a successful slave rebellion.
Once regarded as the pearl of France, Haiti became the first sovereign African state in the Western Hemisphere, and only the second country to gain independence from its European colonizers—the United States is the first in 1776.
The Haitian Revolution struck so much fear in French dictator Napoleon Bonaparte that he sold the Louisiana Territory, which extended from the Gulf Coast to the Canadian border and from the Mississippi River to the Ricky Mountains, to the United States in what is known as the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. Some historians contend that had the sale not happened, France would’ve maintained its stronghold in the new world, and you’d be reading this in French instead of English.
“They want to hide the African quality in the Haitian Revolution,” Scobie concluded. “The Haitian Revolution set a blueprint for freedom and should be studied.”