20th Anniversary of the 1991 coup in Haiti
Wed, Sep 28 2011 10:00
Today is the 20th anniversary of the brutal military coup of 1991 in Haiti. By the time it ended three years later, the Haitian military and the CIA creature known as FRAPH, had slaughtered, tortured, maimed and disappeared more than 5000 people. It is this legacy that must never be forgotten as Martelly, a supporter of the same deadly forces, calls for the re-institution of the military in Haiti.
Can the US Dept. of Justice indict Aristide in Haiti for Teleco bribery scandal?
Wed, Jul 20 2011 01:34
Former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide of Haiti addresses apress conference days before his ouster on February 29, 2004. Kevin Pina interviews former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide's attorney, Ira Kurzban, about recent indictments related to Haiti telecommunications bribery case.From: USDOJ-Office of Public Affairs (SMO) [mailto:USDOJ-Office.of.Public.Affairs@usdoj.gov] Sent: Wednesday, July 13,
American Journalist "destabilizing" press in Haiti?
Thu, Jul 14 2011 11:06
Kathie Klarreich named by Agence Haitienne de Presse as american journalist using money to "destabilize" the Haitian pressHaiti/post-séisme: les centaines de milliers de dollars amassés par certaines ONG au nom du renforcement des médias haïtiens servent plutôt à les destabiliserEn Haïti, plus de 18 mois après le séisme dévastateur, on se demande toujours à quand la reconstruction du
6th Anniversary of UN Massacre in Cite Soleil, July 6, 2011
Sun, Jul 10 2011 12:11
Victims of the UN military assault on Cite Soleil, July 6, 2005Flashpoints on Pacifica Radio re-examines the accusations of a massacre committed by United Nations military forces in the community of Cite Soleil Haiti on July 6, 2005.Host: Kevin PinaGuests: Seth Donnelly and Dave Welsh of the San Francisco Bay Area Labor Council, Ezili Danto of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network and Brian Concannon
Aristide's return to Haiti and the elections of March 20, 2011
Mon, Mar 21 2011 08:18
Flashpoints Senior Correspondent Kevin Pina speaks with Nicole Phillips of the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH) about the March 20, 2011 presidential elections. He also interviews Haitian journalist Wadner Pierre about Aristide's return and the impact it had on the elections and politics in Haiti.
The Consumate Jean-Bertrand Aristide of Haiti: Speeches
Thu, Mar 17 2011 11:25
Aristide Speech - United Nations September 29, 1992 Considered one of the best speeches delivered by Aristide to the United Nations on September 29, 1992.Aristide Speech - March 14, 1992 A speech given by President Jean-Bertand Aristide at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Berkeley, CA on March 14, 1992.Aristide Speech - September 27, 1991 Few Haitians, scholars and historians have had the opportunity
Fraudulent elections in Haiti, Aristide returning...all this ahead on Flashpoints
Wed, Mar 16 2011 09:59
Examining the context of the return of ousted Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide's return to his homeland after seven years of exile in the Republic of South Africa.Flashpoints on Pacifica's Senior Correspondent Kevin Pina interviews journalist Ansel Herz on the ground in Port au Prince. Pina also speaks with Ira Kurzban, attorney to ousted president Jean-Bertrand Aristide about his impending
Aristide Speech to UN - Sept. 1992
Mon, Mar 14 2011 12:33
Considered one of the best speeches delivered by Aristide to the United Nations on September 29, 1992, it served to reinforce his reputation as an orator and international statesman. Primarily in French with English translation, the speech is also peppered with Kreyol specifically intended for the large contingent of the Haitian community that attended this session of the United Nation's General Assembly.Download
If Obama can do it then why can't Haiti's Preval?
Mon, Mar 7 2011 09:14
The heroic and courageous people of Cite Soleil once again took the lead by holding a press conference on Sunday, February 7, 2010 in front of the monument of the Haitian constitution. While denouncing the corruption surrounding the distribution of aid following the massive earthquake that rocked Haiti on January 12, their central message was to ask that former president Jean-Berrtand Aristide
An Open Letter to Our Brother, President Jean-Bertrand Aristide
Fri, Mar 4 2011 11:22
Originally published on Rainbow Push: March 04, 2011 An Open Letter to Our Brother, President Jean-Bertrand AristideTo Our Brother, President Jean-Bertrand Aristide:We wish to extend to you our full support for your return to your beloved homeland, Haiti.As people of faith, we know that the road to democracy and justice is not an easy one. These years of enforced exile have been painful – not