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Who is Jean-Henry Céant, Haiti’s New Prime Minister Nominee?

By Kim Ives - Counterpunch On Sun., Aug. 5, Haitian President Jovenel Moïse nominated two-time presidential candidate Jean Henry Céant, 61, leader of the Renmen Ayiti (Love Haiti) party, to be his next prime minister. If approved by...

A U.N.-backed police force carried out a massacre in Haiti. The killings have been...

Jake Johnston - The Intercept AT 5 O’CLOCK on the morning of November 13, more than 200 Haitian police officers raided the Grand Ravine area of Port-au-Prince. There was a series of loud explosions, followed by...

Manne Charlemagne, Haiti’s Iconic Troubadour: 1948-2017

By: Kim Ives - Haiti Liberte  Joseph Emmanuel “Manno” Charlemagne, Haiti’s most beloved and controversial folk singer, died in a Miami Beach hospital on Dec. 10 at the age of 69, after a struggle of several months...

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Police massacre in Gran Ravin, protesting students in Cap Haitien beaten by police

San Francisco Bay View-National Black Newspaper – Reports of a mass killing by the US-UN occupation trained and supervised Haitian police in Port-au-Prince– Police brutally beat teachers and students in Cap-Haitien demanding money for education,...

State Department could be paving way to deport 50,000 Haitians by Thanksgiving

Miami Herald - Staff Reports A letter from the U.S. State Department could pave the way for deporting 50,000 Haitian residents enjoying a reprieve from certain immigration rules that were waived after the 2010 earthquake,...

Statement of the Network for the Critical Study of Global Capitalism on the U.S....

The Network for the Critical Study of Global Capitalism (NCSGC) held its Fourth Biannual Conference in Havana, Cuba on November 1-3 of 2017. The NCSGC wishes to thank our Cuban hosts and our co-sponsors...

How the U.S. Crippled Haiti’s Domestic Rice Production

By: Leslie Mullin - Haiti Solidarity   We are all living under a system so corrupt that to ask for a plate of rice and beans every day for every man, woman and child is to preach revolution –...

After the Hurricane(s)

By: Kevin Edmonds - NACLALast week, a barrage of hurricanes hit the Caribbean with a frequency unrivaled in modern history. Hurricane Irma was the largest, causing the most damage to the Leeward Islands and...

As Police Crackdown: Anti-Government Popular Uprising Continues to Grow

Kim Ives - Haiti LiberteMassive, raucous demonstrations, sometime several times a week, have rocked Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, and other provincial cities over the past two months and show no sign of subsiding, despite a...