Haitian-Tuskegee Airmen to earn his pilot wings at Tuskegee Army Air Field

Haitian-Tuskegee Airmen to earn his pilot wings at Tuskegee Army Air Field

Pieces of Haiti History you may not know about:

More than 65 years ago, Raymond Cassagnol, was one of five Haitian-Tuskegee Airmen to earn his pilot wings at Tuskegee Army Air Field (Alabama). The first to graduate, Class 43-G (July 1943), today he is the last surviving Haitian-Tuskegee Airman. 

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The first woman to break the color barrier was Haiti's black entrant Evelyn Miot

The first woman to break the color barrier was Haiti's black entrant Evelyn Miot

Pieces of Haiti History you may not know about:

The first woman to break the color barrier was Haiti's black entrant Evelyn Miot upon gaining the right to compete for the semis during the 1962 Miss Universe Pageant on Floridian soil, what had seemed highly improbable days ago at a time when the black women were not allowed to participate in the beauty pageants.This amazing girl also was the first Haitian woman to enter the top 15 she paved the way for generations of black beauties. 

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