Before The Haitian Revolution: Vincent Oge

Born to a White man of wealth and freed Black woman in 1755, Vincent Oge was a free man of color who was one of the main voices against White rule in Saint-Domingue–later Haiti. He would use his education and status to ignite the Oge Rebellion in the French colony during late 1790.   Vincent Oge’s Upbringing […]

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