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Friday, January 29, 2010

American, French, Canadian and Dutch Families Who Want to Adopt Haitian Children First Learn Haitian Creole

Just like any aid workers, doctors and humanitarian helpers, American, French, Canadian families are learning Haitian Creole in order to reach out and help rebuild the country. There is an urgency to connect and understand Haitian languages and cultures. Right in their living room, they witness the risks faced the Haitian orphans. They want to help one way or the other. They want to be able to say they are sorry for the devastation brought by the quake and its aftershocks.

Through words of mouth and social networks, most of these future adoptive parents and aid workers turn to one source: http://haitiancreolemp3.libsyn.com to brush up their language skills. Haitian American, Adoptive Parents and Haitian Adoptees Language Consultant, Educator Mr. J. Charles created free Haitian Creole lessons on this site.

Due to the high demand for more Creole lessons, he posts new lessons on a regular basis. So far, all the large files use up lots of bandwith. Even though the lessons are free, he would appreciate receiving some donations to keep the service free at http://haitiancreolemp3.libsyn.com. He has to pay the bills every month. So keep HaitianCreoleMP3 Free for ever!

Learn Haitian Creole from a native who completed his studies in Haiti, then came to the United States of America to pursue and obtain his master's degree.

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