Monthly archive

By Associated Press, May 24, 2021 Haiti’s government imposed a nightly curfew and other restrictions Monday under an eight-day “health…
By Albert Saint-Jean and Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, May 26, 2021 fter deporting a record number of Haitians within his first 100 days, U.S.…
By Ruolz Ariste, The Haitian Times, May 26, 2021 To understand where we are now in terms of contemporary politics and economics, we need…
By Onz Chéry, The Haitian Times, May 25, 2021 CHIP Editor's note: Follow the link to see the artwork referenced in the article. George…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, May 19, 2021 Haitians and U.S. citizens “look back with pride at our forebearers who valued freedom above all…
By Danny Shaw, Haiti Liberté, May 19, 2021 Author Sudhir Hazareesingh is a native of the Indian ocean island and former French colony of…
By Tanya Wadhwa, People's Dispatch, May 19th, 2021 Jovenel Moïse, whose term ended on February 7, has refused to transfer power and plans…
By Danny Shaw, CounterPunch, May 17, 2021 All of Haitian society is in revolt. A mambo and hougan—the traditional voudou priestess and…
By Sam Bojarski, The Haitian Times, May 14, 2021 In recent years, the money Haitians abroad have sent back home in remittances has…
By Albert Saint-Jean, Haiti Liberté, May 12, 2021 Jean Montrevil, 52, was a prominent immigrant rights advocate with the New York-based…
By SOIL Staff, April 22, 2021 As we celebrate Earth Day this year and acknowledge all that our planet has to offer, it’s important to also…
By Paul Jay, Jean Saint-Vil, & Yves Engler, The Analysis.news, March 20, 2021 In Haiti, President Moise refused to leave when his term…
By Yves Engler, Canadian Dimension, May 9, 2021 Ignored in the flap over the Halifax International Security Forum (HFX) awarding its…
By Yves Engler, May 9, 2021 The Liberal government continues to promote an often-controversial industry across our planet. Canada is home…
By Richard Sanders, Canada Files, April 22, 2021 Throughout the Cold War, Canada’s Department of External Affairs wielded the CBC’s…
By Max Blinks-Collier, The Intercept, Sept. 26, 2021 It was often when Rosa Elbira Coc Ich was cooking lunch in the communal outdoor…
Visiting a Uyghur public school in Xinjiang By Daniel Dumbrill, May 13, 2021 I visited a school in Kashgar. One correction, in the video…
By Yves Engler, Jacobin, May 7, 2021 Three-quarters of the world’s mining companies are headquartered in Canada. Canadian mining firms are…
By Steve Lalla, Orinoco Tribune, April 10, 2021  Don Davies, lawyer and member of Canada’s national parliament, confirmed that unilateral…
By Tamanisha John, The Conversation, May 10, 2021 Haitian protesters on the nation’s streets have a laundry list of reasons they believe…
By Moise Manoel, Erasing 76 Crimes, May 10, 2021 As general coordinator of the Organization of Trans People of Haiti (OTRAH), Dominique St…
By Sir Ronald Sanders, Caribbean News Global, May 6, 2021 Strong disagreement may be brewing at the Organization of American States (OAS)…
By teleSUR, April 27, 2021 The Center for Human Rights Research and Analysis has counted 157 kidnappings in this Caribbean country during…
By Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, May 5, 2021  While most countries in Latin America and the Caribbean have begun administering COVID-…
By Catherine Charlemagne, Haiti Liberté, May 5, 2021  “I accept the choice of the opposition and of civil society to be able to serve my…
By Elaine Briere, April 30, 2021 Sign the official petition to the House of Commons.    Petition to the House of Commons Whereas: The…