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Fighting for Freedom

The Haitian Revolution (1791-1804) heralded the beginning of the end of slavery in the Western Hemisphere, and the overthrow of colonial powers. Successive revolutions have shaped the region’s political, economic and cultural landscapes today, as slavery has been challenged, and freedom sought. Join our panel for a fascinating insight into …

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80 Years On: Revisiting the Massacre

This article originally appeared on NPR on October 7, 2017. The piece was written by Marlon Bishop and Tatiana Fernández. You can listen to the podcast A Border Written in Blood here. All photos were taken by Tatiana Fernández for Latino USA. A boy cools down near a waterfall in Loma de …

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Mission Accomplished? UN Blamed for Cholera in Haiti

Significant outbreaks of cholera had never been recorded in Haiti before 2010. But then UN peacekeepers dumped raw sewage into the water supply. Haiti Support Group member Mario Gousse interviewed by TRT World for their news report on cholera in Haiti. Full article below. Original here.  The UN’s long-running mission …

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