Squalid Migrant Shantytown Forms In Mexican Border City

By Patrick Timmons, Upi.com -

TAPACHULA, Mexico, May 14 (UPI) -- African and Haitian migrants stranded for two months in southern Mexico during an immigration crackdown begun by the United States are living in a roadside [...]

Haiti At The Crossroads

By Greg Beckett, Nacla.org -

Today’s protests represent a larger crisis of faith, not just with the current government, but also with the neoliberal state and perhaps even democracy itself. In recent weeks, anti-government [...]

Why Has Haiti Risen Up Once Again?

By Ashley Smith, Counterpunch.org -

The Haitian masses have mobilized a new wave of protest against the corrupt government of President Jovenel Moïse. It began with demonstrations last summer in July and August, re-emerged in [...]

Mass Protests Again; Haiti And Revolutionary Struggle In Latin America

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

After years of corruption and neglect of the Haitian people, a popular revolt is demanding the current president's resignation. The US-led attempted coup in Venezuela played a role in sparking [...]

Pirates Of The Caribbean – Stealing Haiti’s Future By Repeating Colonialist History

By Eleanor Goldfield, Occupy.com -

As the world rightfully demands no sanctions, no coup and no war on Venezuela, another crime scene rife with US fingerprints demands our attention. Kevin Pina joins us to talk about the ongoing [...]

Act Now To Stop War On Venezuela

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance. -

On Saturday, February 23, there will be demonstrations in Venezuela and around the world against foreign intervention and military threats against the Maduro government. This is the one month [...]

Black Alliance For Peace Says Struggle In Haiti And Venezuela Connected

By Staff, Blackallianceforpeace.com -

FEBRUARY 18, 2019—The Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) remains in steadfast solidarity with the people of Haiti, whose revolutionary spirit in 1791 showed the world what is possible when Africans [...]

U.S. Racism And Imperialism Fuel Turbulence In Haiti

By W. Whitney Jr., Peoplesworld.org -

Beginning on February 7, Haitians have been in the streets protesting against corruption, high prices, shortages, inflation, and power outages. Demonstrators are demanding that President Jovenel [...]

Haitian Authorities Arrest Americans Transporting Cache Of Weapons Amid Uprising

By Alexander Rubinstein, Mintpressnews.com -

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI — Even as U.S. President Donald Trump seeks to inspire a military coup against the elected president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, evidence is mounting that the U.S. [...]

US Coup In Venezuela Causing Uprisings In Haiti And Dominican Republic

By Ariel Fornari, Haitianalysis.com -

Ironically, it was Venezuela that helped to develop the island’s energy infrastructure in recent years. A key part of this is the  REFIDOMSA oil refinery in the Dominican Republic which the [...]

3rd Protester Dead In Haiti Protests

By Staff, Telesurenglish.net -

The protests have paralyzed the city for three consecutive days and have caused the cancelation of pre-Carnaval celebrations in at least two major cities. Another protester has died Saturday in [...]

Haiti In Revolt: An Overview And Analysis Of Six Months Of Revolt

By Staff, Blackautonomynetwork.noblogs.org -

As we write the French Republic is burning and the North American anarchist movement has its eyes fixed on the fires, yet in our own backyard the former French colony of Haiti has been ablaze for [...]

Haiti: Police Repression Escalates On Anniversary Of The Battle Of Verieres

By Staff, Resumen-english.org -

Sunday November 18, 2018, was the 215th anniversary of the victory at the battle of Vertieres when Haitians won a decisive battle against French forces in 1803, leading to the declaration of [...]

The People In The Streets Against The Regime In Haiti

By Carlos Aznárez, Resumen-english.org -

After the mass demonstrations that took to the streets on October 17 to denounce the corrupt government of Jovenal Moise, it seems that the focus of the demand has taken a step forward and is no [...]

Meet Haiti’s Founding Father, Whose Black Revolution Was Too Radical For Thomas Jefferson

By Julia Gaffield, Theconversation.com -

Crowds cheered as local lawmakers on August 18 unveiled a street sign showing that Rogers Avenue in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn would now be called Jean-Jacques Dessalines Boulevard, after a [...]

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