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Rebuilding A Just Haiti

Haiti: The Clock is set to Zero

Chavannes Jean-Baptiste is the Executive Director of the Peasant Movement of Papay (MPP by its Creole acronym) and the spokesperson for the National Peasant Movement of the Congress of Papay (MPNK … Read More»

A Future for Agriculture, a Future for Haiti

We plant but we can’t produce or market. We plant but we have no food to eat. We want agriculture to improve so our country can live and so we peasants can live, too. … Read More»

Haiti: "Post Disaster Needs Assessment" - Whose Needs? Whose Assessment?

The Haitian government has been largely silent since the January 12 earthquake. Publicly, that is. … Read More»

Grasses of Ginen

The downtown, around Grand Rue in the old part of the city, looks like a modern-day variant of Pompei. Nothing but ruins. Here the tall buildings didn’t even pancake; they just crumbled. … Read More»

Country Hospitality: Haitian Peasant Organizations Provide Humanitarian Aid

“Yon sèl dwèt pa manje kalalou,” says Christroi Petit-homme, a member of a peasant farmer organization. You can’t eat gumbo with one finger. … Read More»

Raising Up Another Haiti

As Haiti moves forward from the current point of devastation of its population, capitol city, and economy, what could a different nation look like? … Read More»

Haiti: Collapsed House, No Number

“Collapsed house, no number” is an old expression that Haitians uses to indicate that their flimsy homes of sticks-and-mud or shoddy cement blocks have finally fallen apart. … Read More»

Haiti: Magalie Marcelin

“A loss for the whole nation.” That is how one of Magalie Marcelin’s friends described the death of this women’s rights leader in Haiti’s earthquake January 12. … Read More»

Community and Popular Radio in Haiti Today

Sony Esteus is squeezed into an elementary school chair, the kind with the curved piece of wood in front, in a courtyard. Around him are chickens, a fly-swarmed pile of compost, a truck, and a tent. … Read More»

Haiti: Putting "Humanitarian" Back in "Humanitarian Aid"

One of the first things that Haitians now living in the streets want to talk about is their disgust over the international food aid program. … Read More»

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