COVID-19: Killer Of Black, Brown And Poor Of US And Haiti

By Dady Chery, News Junkie Post. -

We are supposed to be thinking this week about the health disparities in the United States based on race and ethnicity, since the New York Times, Washington Post, National Public Radio, and [...]

The Final Chapter Has Still Not Been Written: Remembering The 2004 Coup In Haiti

By Robert Roth, Haitisolidarity.net -

On February 29, 2004, the democratically elected government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide of Haiti was overthrown by a violent coup.  This was the second U.S.-sponsored coup against a [...]

Haitian Police Clashes With Armed Forces Near National Palace

By Staff, Telesurenglish.net -

Police demonstrations are not linked to the anti-corruption protests that shook Haiti for most of 2019, in which police violently repressed civilian protesters. Haitian police and members of the [...]

Canada Out Of The Lima Group, Core Group And OAS

By Yves Engler, YvesEngler.com. -

“Qui se ressemble, s’assemble.” The English saying is “birds of a feather flock together.” Translated from Spanish: “Tell me who your friends are, and I’ll tell you who you are.” The folk wisdom [...]

2019 Latin America In Review: Year Of The Revolt of the Dispossessed

A year ago, John Bolton, Trump’s short-lived national security advisor, invoked the 1823 Monroe Doctrine making explicit what has long been painfully implicit: the dominions south of the Rio [...]

The United Nations And Haiti: 15 Years Of Unilateral War

By Lautaro Rivara, Alba Movimientos, translation Resumen Latinoamericano, North America bureau -

A domestic political crisis in Haiti in 2004 was used to justify an unprecedented operation; deploying a multilateral military force in a country that was not enduring a civil war, nor attacking [...]

No Repeat Of US Military Occupation Of Haiti

By Marilyn Langlois, Resumen-english.org -

Intensifying protests led by popular movements in Haiti, calling for the resignation of corrupt, US-supported President Jovenal Moise, have persisted for over a year in spite of violent [...]

Haitian Opposition Calls For More Protests Against President

By Staff, Telesurenglish.net -

Haiti reached this Monday its eighth week of mass protests against president Jovenel Moise and his administration; with the country’s economic and political activities totally paralyzed since [...]

Coca-Cola Workers Fighting For Their Rights In Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, And The USA Still Need Your Support

Coca-Cola continues to violate the fundamental rights of workers in Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland and the USA. CLICK HERE to learn more and to send a message to Coca-Cola's CEO and Chairman James [...]

Crisis In Haiti Reaches New Dimensions

By Lautaro Rivara, Internationalist 360. -

Haiti - In the seventh week of protests, and 100 years after the assassination of Charlemagne Peralta, the hero of resistance to the American invasion of 1915-1934, Haitian majorities are [...]

Open Letter Calls On Canada To Stop Supporting A Corrupt Haitian President

By various, Rabble.ca -

In recent months, Haitians have demonstrated their overwhelming opposition to President Jovenel Moïse. There have been massive protests and multiple general strikes demanding Moïse leave. We [...]

Protests In Haiti: An Overlooked Crisis The World Should Not Ignore

By Jaqueline Luqman, Therealnews.com -

There have been protests occurring and growing in Haiti for over a year now. Widely dismissed as riots over fuel and food shortages, the unrest in Haiti is actually a response to much larger and [...]

Haiti’s Sixth Week Of Protests: 30 Protesters Have Died

By Staff, Orinocotribune.com -

Haiti is about to live its sixth consecutive week of protests and total paralysis of activities, and mobilizations convened by the main unions of teachers and religious leaders. According to a [...]

Stirrings Of Basic Change Accompany Protests In Haiti

By W. T. Whitney, Counterpunch.org -

Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Food availability is uncertain for 60 percent of the people. Conditions are bleak, and bleaker still from shortages, rampant political [...]

Pink Tide Against US Domination Rising Again In Latin America

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

Once again, the left is rising in Latin America as people revolt against authoritarian regimes, many of whom were put in place by US-supported coups. These regimes have taken International [...]