Category: Haiti

Vijay Prashad: Four straight years of nonstop street protest in Haiti

In recent weeks, the streets of Haiti have once again been occupied by large marches and roadblocks

Seth Donnelly: The Haitian Revolution Today and the Limits of Token Solidarity

Ever since the Haitian people successfully overthrew slavery and French colonialism in 1804, the US government refused to recognize the independent Haitian republic

Yves Engler: Reaction to Haitian strike exposes Liberal lie on ‘feminist foreign policy’

A government truly committed to a “feminist foreign policy” would support Haitians striking to boost their 70-cents-per-hour wage

Joe Parkin Daniels: ‘Haitians are Kidnapped Every Day’

Missionary Abductions Shed Light on Growing Crisis

Sonali Kolhatkar: Advocates for Haitian Asylum Seekers Call for Humane Treatment

“Why are some human beings more deserving of rights than other human beings?”

Caitlin Dickerson: Democrats’ Free Pass on Immigration Is Over

As he extends Trump-era policies, President Biden discovers that many voters are no longer willing to give him the benefit of the doubt

Jeffrey St. Clair: Roaming Charges: When the Whip Comes Down

The US is whipping people on the border to preserve a democracy that is incapable of changing a system most of its citizens find morally abhorrent

Maxine Waters: End “Inhumane” Deportation & Whipping of Haitian Asylum Seekers

U.S. Border Patrol agents on horseback were filmed chasing, grabbing and whipping Haitian asylum seekers who had gathered in a makeshift camp in Del Rio, Texas

Guerline Jozef: “People Are Desperate”

Biden Vows Mass Deportations as Thousands of Haitian Refugees Shelter in Del Rio

Yves Engler: Haiti’s Debt of Independence

Military blackmail of a small country by a superpower, prioritizing “property rights” over human rights, racial capitalism, a sellout “light skinned” local bourgeoise and the way our past haunts the present are all part of the story

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