Haiti on the Precipice

Haiti on the precipice as coronavirus and US-imposed leadership take their toll By Jeb Sprague and Nazaire St. Fort, published on The Grayzone, March 30, 2020 Haitian President Jovenel Moïse announced on March 19 that two citizens in Haiti had tested positive for Covid-19, known popularly simply as the coronavirus. The government has closed Haiti’s border, ports, and airports to[…]

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Haiti: Massive Protests Continue Calling for Presidents Removal

Published in TeleSUR English, September 29, 2019 “Jovenel Moise must leave. He is no longer our president. He is unable to provide solutions to our problems,” a protester told EFE agency. Haiti experience Friday one of the most massive protests ever it the country’s recent history as people took to the streets, called by the opposition, in the main cities to demand the immediate resignation of United-States[…]

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Haiti Seethes with Anger!

Photo from TellerReport.com, Haitian youth demonstrate against the people in power. ~from TellerReport News by Marty Goodman, from Socialist Action, November 11, 2018 Beginning Nov. 18 and for some six days, rebellion gripped Haiti. The Haitian masses jammed the streets, shutting down schools, transportation and businesses, some lighting bonfires of rubber tires at street corners or torching symbols of authority[…]

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Donald Trump to 60,000 Haitians: ‘Get out!’

By MARTY GOODMAN, originally published on Socialist Action On Nov. 20, the Trump administration, after an election campaign based on anti-immigrant hate, ordered the expulsion of 60,000 Haitians living in the U.S. who arrived after the devastation of Haiti’s 2010 earthquake, which killed over 200,000. Haitians who arrived by Jan. 2011 received Temporary Protective Status (TPS) under a 1990 law[…]

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