Afro History Today in Afro History ! Jean-Bertrand Aristide is sworn in as Haiti’s first democratically elected President in 1991 ! written by Marc Alexander February 7, 2020 English: Jean-Bertrand Aristide meets Bill Clinton in the Oval Office, October 14, 1994. Français : Jean-Bertrand Aristide rencontre Bill Clinton dans le bureau ovale, 14 octobre 1994. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Related PostsToday in Afro History ! Niger gains autonomy within the French community in 1958 !Today in Afro History ! Haiti revolts against France, lead by Toussaint Louverture in 1794 !Today in Afro History ! Ron Brown, Secretary of Commerce dies in plane crash in 1996 !Today in Afro History ! Jomo Kenyatta is elected as the first Prime Minister of Kenya in 1963 !Today in Afro History ! Arthur Ashe becomes the first Afro American to win the mens singles title at Wimbledon in 1975 !Today in Afro History ! Ibrahim Bare Mainassara (President of Niger) was assassinated in 1999 ! Today in Afro History ! Jean-Bertrand Aristide is sworn in as Haiti’s first democratically elected President in 1991 ! was last modified: January 31st, 2020 by Marc Alexander 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Marc Alexander previous post Today’s Afro Birthdays ! Comedian/Actor, Chris Rock ! Actress, Essence Atkins ! NBA player, Juwan Howard ! next post Today’s Afro Birthdays ! Actor, Gary Coleman ! NBA player, Alonzo Mourning ! You may also like Julia McHugh: Turtle fest, fiery blues and... May 16, 2018 Today in Afro History ! Jupiter Hammon,... December 25, 2019 Bereaved mom McBath pushes gun control as... July 7, 2018 PDA govt's road show yet to take... July 8, 2018 Colts RB Turbin suspended for PED violation June 29, 2018 At Least 6 Officers Hurt In Explosion... May 3, 2018 Lowe: The chessmaster play NBA playoff teams... April 19, 2018 8/16 CBS2 Sunday Afternoon Weather Headlines August 16, 2015 Today in Afro History ! Nelson Mandela... August 5, 2019 First Listen: Mr. Fingers, 'Cerebral Hemispheres' April 5, 2018 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.