1915-2015: One hundred years of US occupation in Haiti July 28, 2015 marked the 100th anniversary of the United States occupation of Haiti. Haiti has been crucified by the West because Haiti did what the USA could not accomplish. Haiti is the mother of liberty in the Western Hemisphere after the European’s New World began. […]
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Haiti Protest Caracol & Martelly Regime – 45th Native American Day Of Mourning
Haiti and the Clintons, Can Obama afford not to act?
by Jean Yves Point-du-Jour * Haiti and the Clintons, Can Obama afford not to act? By Jean Yves Point-du-Jour, Haiti Perspectives, Special Op-Ed, September 12, 2012 Watching the Democratic National Convention (DNC) held last week in Charlotte, North Carolina was an eye opener. On Wednesday night, former US President Bill Clinton said during his well […]
Haiti: A look at Koralen’s Vyewo
by Ezili Dantò “Koralen’s Vyewo, expresses a soul grief so profound, it curves around, embraces and heals.” –Ezili Dantò of HLLN Vyewo, travay Koralen, sung by Emlin Michèl In this time where the US occupiers of Haiti are using earthquake donation monies to build factories for foreigners at the Caracol industrial park. In this time […]