Jean-Robert Cadet

Jean-Robert Cadet is an advocate for children enslaved in the Haitian restavek system and the founder of Jean R. Cadet Foundation, based in the United States. Cadet was a restavek, or child servant, since he was 4 years old until he was 15, when his owners immigrated to the United States and later on dismissed him. Despite the obstacles, Cadet went on to finish high school, joined the United States army, finished university, got married and started a family and earned a master’s degree in French literature. Cadet is the author of Restavec: From Haitian Slave Child to Middle Class American.

Last update: 30/05/2016

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College Freedom Forum
Yulia Marushevska, Jamila Raqib, Rosa María Payá, Abdalaziz Alhamza, Anastasia Lin, Danilo Maldonado Machado, Tutu Alicante, Jean-Robert Cadet, Marcel Granier, Thor Halvorssen, Wael Ghonim, Daniel Pérez, Edipcia Dubón, Ti-Anna Wang, Jerry Sesanga, Leyla Hussein

09 de abril de 2019

Child Slavery in Haiti
Jean-Robert Cadet

03 de marzo de 2016

Restavec: My Story as a Haitian Slave Child
Jean-Robert Cadet

04 de marzo de 2016


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