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My beloved country is one where people know how to do "konbit" (put their hands together) to help their brothers and sisters.
There are two words in the Haitian Creole language that act as the foundational building blocks of the Haitian movement, gwoupman (local community group) and konbit (cooperative communal labor).
The spirit of tèt ansanm (staying united and keeping our heads together) and the konbit (collective work groups) is alive and well, implanted from an "heirloom" seed saved from the pre-earthquake Haiti.
En konbit avec les mouvements populaires, on trouve partout l'élan des courants politiques et intellectuels qui rejettent l'ancien Consensus de Washington.
They would be burned that night at the konbit potluck dinner.
In one examples heard in this volume, however, a small group of friends joins Francilia to serve as her chorus. of rara songs are typically called sanba-s; those of konbit-s (work brigades), sanba, or simidò.