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Women Farmers and Land Grabs in Haiti
Analysis Haiti

Women Farmers and Land Grabs in Haiti

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February 17, 2016 / From an interview by Beverly Bell / Link to the Source In Haiti, the majority of the people working the land are women. Not only are they there during planting, weeding and harvesting, but they also play a role in transforming and marketing food products. They’re involved […]

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Haiti. Take to the streets against corrupts and invasors
Analysis Haiti

Haiti. Take to the streets against corrupts and invasors

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By Raúl Zibechi / Source Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn / February 12, 2016. After eleven years of occupation by a UN mission, the international community has no doubt about its failure in Haiti. It’s a failure, mostly, of progressivist governments in the region. Haiti’s popular rebellion managed to stop the electoral coup […]

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“Haiti is not a poor country, it is an impoverished country”
Analysis Haiti

“Haiti is not a poor country, it is an impoverished country”

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By Andrés Oliva / Source RedaccionPopular.com / The Dawn.- “Haiti is not a poor country, it is an impoverished country”, was Henry Boisrolin response to the question about common places that are repeated, without context, by commercial media about Haiti being the poorest island of the West. Dignity as a […]

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