by on February 24, 2024
The Haitian phrase "Sak pase, nap boule" originated from Haiti and is commonly used in Haitian Creole. It is a greeting that translates to "What's up, we're burning" in English. The phrase originated during the time of slavery in Haiti. Enslaved Africans used it as a secret code to communicate their resistance against the oppressive conditions they were facing. "Sak pase" is derived from the French phrase "Qu'est-ce qui se passe?" which means "What's happening?" or "What's going on?" In respons...
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