Who Will Step Up In Biden’s DOJ To Save Julian Assange?

By Joe Lauria, Consortium News. -

After the revelations two weeks ago by Yahoo! News confirming and fleshing out previously reported news that the Central Intelligence Agency had seriously discussed assassinating or kidnapping [...]

Haiti Aided Latinx Independence; Latinxs Return The Favor With Silence

By France François, Afro Resistance. -

In 1815, Spain’s defeat of Simón Bolívar’s revolutionary army in Venezuela nearly extinguished the dream of independence in South America. After the loss, Bolívar sought political asylum in the [...]

Why Is The GEO Group Getting Paid To Fly Deportation Flights To Haiti?

By Tom Ricker, Quixote Center. -

Deportation flights are a big business. Typically these flights are managed by ICE Air Operations – yes, ICE has its own airline. The chain of responsibility runs like this: Immigration and [...]

Let Haiti Breathe – CORE Group Out Of Haiti

By Kevin Edmonds, Black Agenda Report. -

On a hot August afternoon, members from Solidarité Québec-Haïti, a group rooted in Canada’s Haitian diaspora community, gathered In front of the Canadian parliament buildings in the capital city [...]

Haitian Rights Are Migrant Rights

By Janvieve Williams Comrie, Afro Resistance. -

The International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families, which was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly resolution in December [...]

Black Alliance For Peace Condemns Biden Administration’s Order To Deport Haitians

By Black Alliance For Peace, Black Agenda Report. -

When a white Fox News reporter used a drone to film the thousands of Haitian and other Black asylum seekers camped beneath a bridge spanning the Rio Grande and linking Del Rio, Texas to Ciudad [...]

US Envoy To Haiti Resigns

By Jake Johnston, CEPR. -

Exactly two months after his appointment, Dan Foote has submitted his resignation as United States Special Envoy to Haiti, citing a “deeply flawed” US policy toward the nation that includes [...]

US Border Patrol Agents Whip And Corral Haitian Migrants

By Patrick Martin, WSWS. -

Several reporters described the actions of Border Patrol agents mounted on horseback as using the reins of their horses to threaten migrants who had waded across the Rio Grande—which is [...]

The Return Of The Marines

By Thomas Peralte, Black Agenda Report. -

A battalion of U.S. Marines from North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune left for Haiti on Wednesday, August 18 under the pretext of aiding the victims of the disasters that struck the departments of Sud, [...]

Western Powers Undermine Haiti, Venezuela Shows Solidarity

By Owen Schalk, The Canada Files. -

On August 14, Haiti was devastated by a magnitude 7.2 earthquake originating from the southern Tiburon Peninsula, 150 kilometres from the capital, Port-au-Prince.  World leaders issued statements [...]

Once Again, The Vultures Circle Haiti

By Jemima Pierre, Black Agenda Report. -

During a visit to Haiti in early April, 2010, I traveled with a friend to the Club Indigo Hotel. Club Indigo was located 45 minutes north of Port-au-Prince near the small community of Montrouis. [...]

The Haiti Earthquake And Its Invisibilities

By Wooldy Edson Louidor, Resumen English. -

Eleven years after that fateful January 12, 2010, Haiti once again suffered, last Saturday, August 14, 2021, the tremendous blows of an earthquake that has already claimed the lives of at least [...]

Haiti: On Interventions And Occupations

By Peter James Hudson And Jemima Pierre, Black Agenda Report. -

The first calls for foreign intervention into Haiti came soon after the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse in Port-au-Prince on July 7th. Intervention was  justified by the claim [...]

Haitians Reject Calls For US Military Intervention

By Dan Cohen, Mintpress News. -

Two weeks after the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, the specter of U.S. military intervention looms large over the island nation. While the Biden administration has rebuffed a [...]

Washington Beats The Drum Of Regime Change

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental : Institute for Social Research. -

Sovereign regionalism is not alien to the Caribbean, which has made four attempts to build a platform: the West Indian Federation (1958-1962), Caribbean Free Trade Association (1965-1973), [...]