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Rebuilding A Just Haiti

Two Years after the Earthquake in Haiti: "Housing is Our Battle"

By Alexis Erkert January 19, 2012 Remember, you are marching today for those who couldn’t be here, To say to them, “We haven’t forgotten. We’ll never forget.” … Read More»

Home: From Displacement Camps to Community in Haiti

By Alexis Erkert and Beverly Bell January 4, 2012 … Read More»

“Haitian Peasant Women as Poto Mitan, Central Pillar”: An interview with Iderle Brénus Gerbier

Interview by Alexis Erkert, Other Worlds December 20, 2011 … Read More»

“MINUSTAH: Keeping the peace, or conspiring against it?”

October 12, 2011 By Deepa Panchang, Another Haiti Is Possible Co-Coordinator, Other Worlds Nou dwe sèl mèt bout tè sa a: We should be the only owners of this land. … Read More»

“We Are Tired of Living under Tents”

By Alexis Erkert, Another Haiti is Possible Co-Coordinator, Other Worlds October 6, 2011 … Read More»

Take Action to Support Haitians Facing Forced Evictions from Tent Camps

For a year and a half, Haitians, under the scarce protection of makeshift plastic shelter, have battled storms and sun, physical assault and food insecurity. … Read More»

"Until the Day I Die": Gerta Louisama on Haitian Women Winning Their Rights

Gerta Louisama is a member of the Executive Committee and the National Women’s Committee of Tèt Kole Ti Peyizan Ayisyen, Heads Together Small Producers of Haiti, Haiti’s largest and oldest peasant … Read More»

Monsanto in Haiti

By Beverly Bell, based on reporting from Haiti-based Haiti Grassroots Watch and … Read More»

“Internationalism between Peoples”: Learning and Constructing with Haitians

Jose Luis Patrola is a history professor, farmer, and member of the Brazilian land reform group, the Rural Landless Workers’ Movement, or MST. He has lived in Haiti for three years. … Read More»

In Haiti, "Homes and Land are the Source of Life": International Forum on the Crisis of Housing

Below are excerpts from the International Forum on the Crisis of Housing, held in Port-au-Prince May 19-21, 2011. … Read More»

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