Podcast
Riaz Sayani-Mulji, Ryan Sparrow | We speak with Kevin Edmonds of the Canada Haiti Action Network and Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti on rebuilding after the 2010 earthquake, the Canadian coup d'etat of 2004, and more.
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Amy Goodman | Late at night on March 17, former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide boarded a small plane with his family in Johannesburg. The following morning, he arrived in Haiti.
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Brazilian peacekeepers from the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) distribute water and food in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. 22/Jan/2010. Port-au-Prince, Haiti. UN Photo/Marco Dormino/Flickr
Kevin Edmonds | On December 25, the Organization of American States removed their special representative, Ricardo Seitenfus, from Haiti. The reason was very simple. He told the truth.
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Kevin Edmonds in Port-au-Prince | The current health crisis has blatantly underscored how aid to Haiti has not been given with the intention of making the island more self sufficient, but more dependent on the international community.
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United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti's Brazilian peacekeepers and United States soldiers distribute food and water in the slum of Cité Soleil, Haiti, on Jan. 24, 2010. Photo: Sophia Paris/United Nations Photo/Flickr
Jean Ellie Déralciné/ Cyril Baudelais/ Vilmond Joegodson Déralciné/ Paul Jackson | Residents of earthquake-devastated Cité Soleil respond to a Le Devoir article by the head of the Centre for International Studies and Cooperation, saying they want to build their own future.
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The children of Haiti are recovering. Photo taken Feb. 9, 2010. Credit: Graham Lavery.
M. NourbeSe Philip | A month after the devastating earthquake that killed at least 217,000 Haitians, award-winning Canadian writer M. NourbeSe Philip writes an open letter to honour a country and a people she loves.
Blog
By Paul Boin | As we try to make sense of Haiti's tragic natural disaster, the following interview provides some context