Jovenel Moïse’s term as president in Haiti ended on Sunday, February 7, but he is refusing to leave office with the support of the Biden administration, the United Nations and other western imperialist countries and institutions. Moïse was placed in power by the United States and is ruling unilaterally by decree. He is violently repressing anyone who challenges his power. Clearing the FOG speaks with Wilkenson Bruna, a filmmaker and political activist in Haiti, about the dire situation, the events surrounding Moïse’s refusal to step down and what people in the United States can do to support the rights of the Haitian people.
Wilkenson Bruna is a filmmaker and political activist in Haiti.