Èzili Dantò Completely Explains Hayti Revolution For Today’s Revolutionaries An Èzili Dantò free teachings of the non-colonial narrative, history of Hayti and #FreeHaiti guidance towards Black Liberation.
In this extensive interview, Esa Abduraheem from Alkebulan and Indigenous peoples TV (“AIPTV”), discusses the Hayti Revolution for today’s revolutionaries with Èzili Dantò. Learn the Lessons For Resistance. Èzili Dantò discusses:
- Ayiti before the Maafa
- Arrival of the Europeans to Hayti
- The Maafa – Atlantic human trafficking slave trade and the war captives’ life in Hayti
- The French and U.S Revolution
- The rise of Tousen, Desalin and Kristòf. Death of General Moyiz.
- Attempted Sabotage from the Mulattos – War of the South
- Napoleon’s 1802 Extermination War – Hayti Independence Hayti culture
- Hayti Culture: Viv, Konbit, Lakou, Jarden
- Lessons and Legacy of the Hayti Independence, 1804-Present
Èzili Dantò is a human rights and international law attorney, an award winning playwright, performance poet and cultural activist. She was born in Port-au-Prince, Hayti and raised in the United States. She is a Hayti scholar and runs the Èzili Network, the FreeHaitiMovement, the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network, ZiliDesigns and Zili Dlo: Clean Water, Renewable Power and Skills Transfer for Hayti. Èzili is the author of 10 plays and two book series. She regularly conducts Hayti teach-ins on the non-colonial narrative on Hayti centering on Hayti’s wealth, natural resources, revolutionary culture, Vodun spirituality and her expression of this through the VodunJazzoetry performance productions. Èzili was featured as a Hayti scholar and historian in the documentary: 1804 – The Hidden History of Haiti. In 2018, Èzili was honored at the Connecticut Women Hall of Fame for her lifetime of justice and cultural advocacy works.