Posts Tagged: haiti

On the barricades

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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: Hunger strike against U.S. brutality In October, 22 out of 25 prisoners on a hunger strike in Guantanamo Bay’s U.S. milita...

UN troops massacre Haitian activists

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During the early hours of July 6, UN troops carried out a violent operation in Port-au-Prince, allegedly to capture “gang leader” Dread Wi...

Haiti’s liberation struggle enters a new phase

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Since a giant anti-occupation march on Sept. 30 marking the 13th anniversary of the first coup against President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, both uprising...

The politics of globalization

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On July 19-20, international financiers convened an "aid conference" for Haiti at the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund in Washington, D...

A short history of the Haitian Revolution

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The Haitian revolution is a vibrant lesson in the struggles of oppressed peoples for liberation. In 1791, 500,000 slaves rose and fought British, Span...

Class dynamics of Haiti’s freedom struggle

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On Feb. 29, 2004, U.S. marines escorted Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide from his home in Tabarre outside Port-au-Prince and flew him to the C...