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HAITI RISES: A TIME FOR SOLIDARITY by Nia Imara and Robert Roth
"A people can’t be sovereign if they don’t have the right to vote. No people can retain their dignity if their vote does not count." From a Statement Issued by 68 Haitian Grassroots Organizations

LETTER FROM CONGRESSMAN LUIS GUTIERREZ TO SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN KERRY
"I join Rep. Maxine Waters and others in expressing grave concern about the developing situation in Haiti, especially regarding the safety of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide."

PROSECUTE DUVALIER; RETURN PRESIDENT ARISTIDE TO HAITI!
Sign the petition for the return of President Aristide! CLICK HERE TO SIGN

A CALL FOR SOLIDARITY! STATEMENT FROM HAITI'S POPULAR MOVEMENT: NOU PAP OBEYI
68 grassroots organizations in Haiti issue an urgent call for solidarity with their struggle for free and fair elections, dignity and justice.

DECEMBER 16 DAY OF ACTION AND SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF HAITI
US backs Haiti's run-off election despite widespread fraud AND despite massive daily protests by Lavalas movement and other democratic forces in Haiti.

ELECTIONS 2015: The Fight for Voting Rights and Sovereignty in Haiti
Haiti Action Committee stands with the Lavalas Movement and other democratic forces in Haiti as they demand that the right to vote in Haiti be respected and not attacked with terror and fraud.

CONGRESSWOMAN WATERS URGES SUPPORT FOR FREE, FAIR AND DEMOCRATIC ELECTIONS IN HAITI
Congresswoman Maxine Waters calls for investigation of election violence, fraud and voter intimidation in Haiti's Aug. 9 parliamentary election

THE FIRST U.S. OCCUPATION OF HAITI: 1915-1934 by Leslie Mullin
The 1915-1934 United States occupation of Haiti illuminates a conflict that continues to polarize Haiti - the imposition of U.S. domination versus continued resistance to foreign domination by Haiti's people.

HAITI AUGUST 9th LEGISLATIVE ELECTIONS "A POLITICAL COUP"
In this timely interview by Sokari Ekine, Fanmi Lavalas candidate Youseline Augustin Bell denounces Haiti's Aug 9th elections which were marked by organized violence, voter intimidation and fraud carried out by political parties affiliated with Martelly.

URUGUAY AND THE PHENOMENON OF UN MILITARY MISSIONS
Latin American countries are a key pillar of the UN occupation in Haiti, and Uruguay is the second largest component of the force, after Brazil.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR WORK TO DEFEND PRESIDENT ARISTIDE AND THE LAVALAS MOVEMENT
We will keep you posted and may once again ask for your immediate support in the future.

OPEN LETTER ECHOES DEMAND OF SISTERS AND BROTHERS IN HAITI - END THE REPRESSION NOW
STOP THE ATTACKS ON PRESIDENT ARISTIDE AND THE LAVALAS MOVEMENT

STOP ATTACKS ON PRESIDENT ARISTIDE AND HAITI'S GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT
Tens of thousands gather at the Palace of Justice in Port-au-Prince in support of former President Aristide, who was summoned to court to be questioned about a 13-year old murder investigation.

WHY BERNARD GOUSSE SHOULDN'T BE HAITI'S NEXT PRIME MINISTER by Wadner Pierre
Seven reasons why Gousse shouldn't be Haiti's next Prime Minister

PRESIDENT ARISTIDE HAS ARRIVED!
Thousands greet Jean-Bertrand Aristide as he arrives in Port-au-Prince. Listen to his speech from the Toussaint Louverture Airport!

HAITI NEEDS THE WORLD'S SUPPORT! OPEN LETTER IN THE GUARDIAN
Noam Chomsky, Tariq Ali, Slavoj Žižek and others call on the US, France and Canada to keep out of Haiti's democratic process in an open letter to the Guardian

FULL-PAGE AD IN MIAMI HERALD CALLS FOR RETURN OF PRESIDENT JEAN-BERTRAND ARISTIDE
Haiti Action Committee is honored to post this full-page ad that appeared Sunday, January 23, 2011 in the Miami Herald, echoing the call of Haiti's democratic movement for the return of President Aristide.

 
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