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    Urgent Alert: New Rebellion in Haiti

    The spark that lit the most recent rebellion was an announcement by the Haitian Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant that gas, diesel and kerosene prices would be raised by 38-51%.  Haitians took to the streets en-masse across the country.  After just two days, the growing …

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    Stand with Haiti Rally

    A Time for Solidarity Monday, July 16 at 4:30 pm rally – Market & Montgomery Streets, San Francisco The powerful protests going on in Haiti expose the violence of intractable poverty, misery, hunger, racism, repression and exclusion. After 14 years of UN/US imposed policies and …

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    Haiti Delegation Report Back

    June 3, 2018 4–6PM La Pena Cultural Center, 3105 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley with Margaret Prescod, Pierre Labossiere, Devonte Jackson, Walter Riley, Leslie Mullin $10-25 no one turned away A report back by a recent delegation to Haiti with activists from Haiti Action Committee, BAJI-Oakland, and …

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    Life in the struggle: A celebration of Kiilu Nyasha

    Sunday, May 20th 3-7 pm African American Art & Culture Complex, 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco Beloved friends, family, comrades, and admirers of Kiilu Nyasha, we invite you to a community gathering of music, art, and storytelling that celebrates Kiilu’s life and passionate and principled …

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    Poetry for Peace & Justice

    SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2018, 3-5PM – READINGS AND OPEN MIC Readings by Avotcja, Rafael Jesus Gonzalez, Poet Laureate of Berkeley, and Carolyn Scarr Followed by Open Mic St. John’s Presbyterian Church at 2727 College Ave, Berkeley It is with great sadness that Haiti Action Committee learned …

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    Trump’s racism reflects reality of US policy

    by Nia Imara This article was first published in The Progressive, Jan 24, 2018. Trump’s racist comments about Haiti and African countries—made January 11 on the eve of the eighth anniversary of the terrible earthquake in Haiti—were vulgar and unacceptable, but they are not an …

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