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Haitian Music

September 23, 2016

Manno Charlemagne, known to many as the Haitian Bob Marley, was an undisputed voice in the fight against the reign of Baby Doc Duvalier and those who kept real change from happening in Haiti. His songs, banned by the Duvalier regime, were clandestinely circulated on tape or passed bouch an bouch (mouth to mouth). Manno still advocates for real change while denouncing the way Haiti has been treated by the international community. Duke University's Haiti Lab at the Franklin Humanities Institute welcomed this legend to perform some of his most loved classics.

Event

Manno Charlemagne in Concert

Venue

Duke University
 

Event

Manno Charlemagne in Concert

Venue

Duke University