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Citizen Protests, Government Repression Mount in Haiti

“I came to protest so we can find a solution. Misery is killing me,” said Mascarie Sainte-Anne, 70, at the edge of a rally in front of Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive’s office on October 12. … Read More»

SPECIAL REPORT: Haiti, Women, and the Elections: Following Africa's Lead

As Haiti gears up for its November 28 elections, World Pulse talked to dozens of women on the ground to find out what’s needed to rebuild the post-earthquake nation. Read More »

“The president needs to be a woman who has a feminist heart.”

Yolette Mengual

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Beyond Wyclef: What Haitians Want From Elections

We asked dozens of Haitians from different social sectors how they felt about the November 28 elections, and what they want or expect from a new government. Here are some of their responses. … Read More»

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Haitian Farmers: Growing Strength to Grow Food

Rony Charles, a rice grower and member of the Agricultural Producer Cooperative of Verrettes, said, “Instead of foreigners sending us food, they should give us the chance to do our own agriculture so … Read More»

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An Alternative Environmental Future for Haiti

Haiti is famous around the world primarily for its problems, one being advanced ecological destruction. … Read More»

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Getting Their Reward on Earth: Haitian Social Movements and Reconstruction

“There needs to be a new vision for Haiti, and that vision needs to come from the people,” says Marc-Arthur Fils-Aimé, director of the Karl Leveque Cultural Institute (commonly known by its Creole ac … Read More»

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REBUILDING HAITI: What Role For The Haitian Diaspora?

The Haitian Roundtable Presents the launch of the HAITI DIALOGUE SERIES REBUILDING HAITI: What Role For The Haitian Diaspora? … Read More»

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"Help Us Produce, Don't Give Us Food": Food Sovereignty in Haiti (Part IV)

Jonas Deronzil is a farmer from the village of Mogé in Haiti’s fertile Artibonite Valley, and one of about 2,000 members of a production and marketing cooperative. … Read More»

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Permission to Dream Again

The beauty of Web 2.0 and what excites me most about it is that it transcends barriers that had previously held hope at bay. … Read More»

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"The Last Thing to Lose are Your Dignity and Hope": Haitian Refugee Camps Model Future Society (Part II)

If one positive thing has come from the earthquake of January 12, it is the greater inclusion of Haiti in the human family. … Read More»

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