February 10, 2024
From Internationalist 360

Haiti doesn’t have a ‘gang’ problem, it has a US imperialism problem, says Dr. Jemima Pierre, Professor of Global Race in the Institute of Race, Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice (GRSJ) at the University of British Columbia and a member of Black Alliance for Peace. Pierre joins hosts Eugene and Rania to discuss the nationwide uprisings in Haiti where thousands of demonstrators have flooded the streets calling for the ouster of the unelected Prime Minister Ariel Henry. The unrest follows Henry’s call for foreign intervention in October 2022, which sparked repeated waves of protests. Heightened by a deepening humanitarian crisis under his leadership and Kenyan President Ruto’s pledge to send Kenyan police to Haiti, demands for Henry’s resignation have intensified.

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Haiti on the Brink

“We Will Fight in the Streets of Nairobi for Our Brothers and Sisters in Haiti”

Haiti: Gang Warfare, Killings, Sabotage Under an AWOL Government

Camille Chalmers: “Haiti is the Victim of Orchestrated Chaos that Prevents it from Setting its Own Course”

Guns, Gangs, and Neocolonialism in Haiti