Events

  • Kiilu Nyasha

    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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  • HERF Poetrysquare

    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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  • HaitiThePigMansquare

    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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  • Haiti Police

    Mass killing by Haitian Police

    Reports of a mass killing by US/UN trained Haitian Police Reports of a mass killing by the US/UN occupation trained and supervised Haitian police in Port-au-Prince. Monday 11/13/17 was a day of extra-judicial killings of men and women estimated by community residents to total 14 …

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  • Haitiflyerfnl1115171

    Benefit for Haiti Emergency Relief

    December 9 Benefit Show for Haiti Emergency Relief Fund A fundraising concert for the Haiti Emergency Relief Fund Saturday December 9th starting at 7pm Omni Commons 4799 Shattuck Oakland CA 94609 Performers include: Alia Sharrief, Ras Ceylon, & Tacuma King/Bay Area Youth Arts. KPFA’s own …

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    Unreported News from Haiti

    The relentless attacks on democracy in Haiti continue as Haitians, who have lived under United Nations MINUSTAH military occupation since the 2004 coup d’etat against popularly elected president Jean-Bertrand Aristide, rise up to demand governmental accountability and economic justice. The most recent wave of protests …

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