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List of Haitians

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of notable Haitian people. It includes people who were born in Haiti or possess Haitian citizenship, who are notable in Haiti and abroad. Due to Haitian nationality laws, dual citizenship is now permitted by the Constitution of Haiti, therefore people of Haitian ancestry born outside of the country are not included in this list, unless they have renounced their foreign citizenship or have resided extensively in Haiti and made significant contributions to Haitian government or society. The list includes both native-born and naturalized Haitians, as well as permanent foreign residents who have been recognized internationally for artistic, cultural, economic, historical, criminal, or political reasons, among others. If not indicated here, their birth in Haiti and notability are mentioned in their main article. This list does not include fictional characters or Haitian associations and organizations.

Academics

Artists

Business

Organized crime and piracy

Economists and finance

Entertainment

Fashion designers

Historical personalities

World War II fighter pilot and member of the Tuskegee Airmen, Alix Pasquet
World War II fighter pilot and member of the Tuskegee Airmen, Alix Pasquet

Lawyers

Literature

Nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature, Frankétienne
Nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature, Frankétienne

Medicine

Monarchs

Emperor Jacques I
Emperor Jacques I
King Henri I
King Henri I
Emperor Faustin I
Emperor Faustin I

Music

Musician and former singer of The Fugees, Wyclef Jean
Musician and former singer of The Fugees, Wyclef Jean

Naturalists and agronomists

Political figures

Former President of Haiti, Michel Martelly
Former President of Haiti, Michel Martelly
President Jean-Pierre Boyer (1818–1843)
President Jean-Pierre Boyer (1818–1843)

Religion

Science

Sports

American football players

Basketball

Boxing

Boxing current lightweight champion, Jean Pascal
Boxing current lightweight champion, Jean Pascal

Football

Football player, Jean-Jacques Pierre
Football player, Jean-Jacques Pierre

Other sports

Long jump world-record holder and Haiti's highest-ranked Olympian, Silvio Cator
Long jump world-record holder and Haiti's highest-ranked Olympian, Silvio Cator

See also

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