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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2010) Maurice Alfrédo Sixto (May 12, 1919, Gonaives, Haiti – May 12, 1984, Philadelphia, USA) was a professor, a translator, tour guide, and ambassador. The son of an engineer, Maurice Alfredo Sixto and Maria Bourand, he attended St Louis de Gonzague for his secondary studies; upon graduation he attended l'Academie Militaire where he remained for only three months. He eventually studied at the Faculte de Droit from 1948–1945 while working for Radio HHBM (now MBC). Sixto will be remembered in Haitian culture for his contributions to oral literature.[citation needed] His ability to use rich, descriptive, and iconic Haitian creole create a narrative that displays the true face of Haitian culture. Sixto prefaces every story with Regards sur choses et gens entendu(Regard on Things [seen] and People Heard). Published work Volume I: Lea Kokoyé; Madan Ròròl Volume II: Zabèlbòk Berachat; Bòs Chaleran Volume III: Ti Sentaniz; Madan Senvilus; Lòk Tama; Pè Tanmba Volume IV: Gwo Moso; Ti Kam; Tant Mezi; Ronma lan ekspò; Priyè devan katedral Volume V: J'ai vengé la race; Dépestre; Le corallin du Célibataire; Les ambassadeurs à Kinshasa Volume VI: Madan Jul; Ton chal; L'homme citron; Men yon lòt lang; Pleyonas; Téofil; Le jeune agronome; Général Ti Kòk; La petite veste de galerie de Papa Today, the Foyer Maurice Sixto, honors his work and social commentary found in Ti Sentanize, where Sixto derides his fellow bourgeosie countrymen for their abuse and forced labor of domestic children servants also referred to as Restavecs.[citation needed] External links Fondation Maurice Sixto Haiti's hidden 'child slaves', BBC News At a glance: Haiti, Unicef Persondata Name Sixto Maurice Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death