Haiti and Venezuela Stand Shoulder to Shoulder This Mayday

On May 1, 2019, International Workers Day, hundreds rallied at the Trump Building at 40 Wall Street to denounce the

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Haitian Fighters Vow to Oust Corrupt Rightwing President

Haitian opposition groups have united in a unified campaign to push U.S.-backed right wing President Jovenel Moise from office with

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Recent Unrest Reveals Continuing Revolutionary Spirit in Haiti

Mass demonstrations against imperialist hegemony have rocked the western hemisphere’s poorest nation. By Abayomi Azikiwe   20/Mar/2019.- During the month

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As US Coup Stalls in Venezuela, Haiti Rebels

By Kevin Pena As Ralph Ellison portrayed in his groundbreaking book “Invisible Man,” the plight and the struggles of African

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CARICOM Reiterates Support for Peaceful Resolution in Venezuela

As political and economic events unfold in various countries in the region, including Haiti, Venezuela, and Guyana, the 15-member group

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How the U.S. Is Strangling Haiti as It Attempts Regime Change in Venezuela

Their message is simple: if you won’t let us breathe, we won’t let you breathe, and if you suffocate Venezuela,

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Haiti Crisis: Heavily Armed US Citizens Among Several Foreigners Arrested

Eight heavily armed men, including five Americans, were arrested Sunday in Haiti amid the 11 days of anti-government riots in

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Five US “Humanitarian Interventions” That Ended in Disgrace

Editorial note: From the first months of last year, this platform made a clamor about the serious consequences that military

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Today nobody is Haiti

In Haiti there is no oil, only hunger and despair. By Walter C. Medina And an economic model that enjoys

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Canada backs Haitian government, even as police force kills demonstrators

As protests against corruption continue, Canadian diplomats blame the people By Yves Engler As a wave of protests against high-level

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How Haiti’s Spontaneous Uprising is Connected to Venezuelan Solidarity (1/2)

Kim Ives of Haiti Liberté unravels how the new Haitian revolt entangles Duvalier style corruption of money stolen from Venezuela’s

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Haiti: Prelude to a Revolution

Jovenel Moïse, the corrupt US backed president of Haiti, is faced with a rapidly spreading insurrection. The population had resoundingly

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Haiti, First Black Republic, Gained Independence 215 Years Ago

Haiti celebrates 215 years of independence amid political instability and economic crisis.  Haiti, the first Latin American country to declare independence and the

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Haiti suspends fuel price hike after deadly protests

Haiti’s government has suspended a proposal that would have nearly doubled fuel prices after violent protests killed at least two

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