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    Solidarity from Haiti

    Haiti Action Committee is honored to distribute this message of solidarity from peasant organizations in Haiti. It has been translated from the original Kreyol version. As the signers so clearly state, “Hand in hand, let us struggle together to eradicate racism and injustice.” From Haiti …

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    Learning from Haiti

    by Adrianne Aron Pierre Labossiere, who has long had his finger on the pulse of his native country Haiti, writes in “Resisting COVID-19 in Haiti” that Haitians can see through the lies broadcast by the rulers of their country: “They know that the vast majority …

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  • Pacha Vorbe

    Attempted Assassination of Fanmi Lavalas Leader

    Haiti Action Committee Denounces Attempted Assassination of Fanmi Lavalas Leader Joel “Pacha” Vorbe On March 30th, 2020, at about 3:00 a.m., six heavily armed men invaded the home of Joel Edouard Vorbe, familiarly known as Pacha, a member of the Executive Committee of Fanmi Lavalas. …

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  • The New HERF Brochure

    Donate to HERF

    Give to the Haiti Emergency Relief Fund [HERF} to help build a teaching hospital for the University of the Aristide Foundation [UniFA]. Go to the website at haitiemergencyrelief.org to contribute and look for the orange donate button. HERF is sponsored by the non-profit East Bay …

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  • Cancelled: Poetry for Haiti

    Poetry with devorah major and Tongo Eisen-Martin EVENT CANCELLED: Wednesday, March 18th, 7-9 pm St. John’s Presbyterian Church, 2727 College Ave, Berkeley, CA Due to concerns about coronavirus, this event has been cancelled. San Francisco’s third Poet Laureate, devorah major, and Tongo Eisen-Martin, recent American …

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  • Haiti Earthquake

    Haiti: 10 Years After the Earthquake

    Place Community Center, 1121 64th Street @ San Pablo, Oakland Sunday, January 12, 2020 3-5 PM   •   $10–20, no one turned away for lack of funds On January 12, 2010 the earth trembled, more than 300,000 Haitians died, and hundreds of thousands more were left homeless. Generous people worldwide donated …

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