Haiti became the first black republic in 1804 and these Haitian leaders made it possible.
Toussaint L’Ouverture - leader of the only successful slave revolt in modern history that created an independent state, the Haitian Revolution.
Jean-Jacques Dessalines - a leader of the Haitian Revolution and the first ruler of an independent Haiti under the 1805 constitution.
Dutty Boukman was an early leader of the Haitian Revolution, enslaved in Jamaica and later in Haiti. He is considered to have been both a leader of maroons and vodou hougan.
François Mackandal was a Haitian Maroon leader in Saint-Domingue. He was an African who is sometimes described as Haitian vodou priest, or houngan.
Catherine Flon is regarded as one of the symbols of the Haitian Revolution and independence. She is celebrated for sewing the first Haitian flag in 1803 and maintains an important place in Haitian memory of the Revolution to this day.
François Capois was a Haitian officer in the Haitian Revolution for independence from France.
A heavy cotton, classic fit ladies scoop neck t-shirt.
• 100% cotton jersey
• Near-capped sleeves
• Mid-scoop neck
• ½ rib double needle collar
• Missy contoured silhouette with side seam