HAITI SUPPORT NETWORK

Send messages online to Pres. Bush & Congress: U.S./U.N. OUT OF HAITI - STOP the MASSACRES!

The Haiti Support Network is a coalition of Haitian and North American groups and individuals in the New York City area which raises political and material support for democratic and popular forces in Haiti. For more information, contact the HSN at the International Action Center, 39 West 14th St., Room 206, New York, NY 10011, Tel: 212-633-6646, Fax: 212-633-2889, E-Mail: haiticom@nyxfer.blythe.org

Haiti Support Network (HSN) Points of Unity

The Haiti Support Network (HSN) was formed to raise material and political support for the National Popular Assembly (APN). Since its founding in 1987, we believe that the APN has proven as a popular organization, in both words and deeds, that it is genuinely dedicated to Haiti's self-determination.

We oppose any form of collaboration with the US/UN military occupation of Haiti, including participation in the Haitian government or any elections while Haiti is militarily occupied. Such participation is a charade which only serves to disguise and strengthen foreign control of Haiti's political direction. We demand the immediate withdrawal of all U.S. and other foreign troops from Haiti.

We also reject neo-liberal reform of Haiti's economy as a poison which will bring further hardship, dependency, and underdevelopment to the Haitian people.

We support the autonomy and anti-occupation resistance of the APN, which continues to defend the principles of independence and justice for the Haitian people.

March 20, 2004 New York City demonstration against U.S. War & Occupations (credit: Pat Chin)


Haiti: A Slave Revolution 200 years after 1804

The Haitian Revolution is a singular event in history. Never before or since has an enslaved people risen up, broken their chains, and established a new state. Haiti was a beacon of hope and inspiration to the enslaved Africans of the United States. Haiti's history has been turbulent, but not for the reasons given by mainstream historians. Racism underlies their charges that the first Black Republic lacks "democratic traditions and is prone to violence. Read full chapters from this important book


 

 

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March on Washington -- And Stay There

MARCH ON WASHINGTON D.C. & WORLDWIDE PROTEST SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 2007 - 4th Anniversary of the U.S. Invasion and Occupation of Iraq / MORE Information

Third Session of International Tribunal to be held on March 11 at Florida International University in Miami, Florida

40 cities say: "Stop the War against the People of Haiti"

International Tribunal on Haiti--Washington DC, Friday, September 23, the evening before the major September 24th anti-war march    pdf flyer

Urgent Alert on Behalf of Haiti

Coordinated Multi-City International Protests on Thursday, July 21: Condemn UN Massacre of Haitian Civilians in Cite Soleil

July 16: New York Haitian Community to Protest UN Massacre in Cité Soleil

UN Occupation Forces Carry Out Massacre of Poor in Port-au-Prince

Bush says "Stay the course." The People say "Troops Out Now!"

George W. Bush Defends War, Torture, and Repression

We Won't Go! Help Shutdown Military Recruiting and Resist the Draft

Is Unity Possible? June 11 Strategy Discussion

Help Hold the Bush Administration Accountable for Their Crimes: PeopleJudgeBush.org

Troops Out Now Coalition Strategy Meeting

Unity Call to the Anti-War Movement fromTroops Out Now Coalition

Statement of solidarity from the Dominican community with the people of Haiti.

Haitian Community to Demonstrate Against Visit of Haiti's De Facto Prime Minister   

Yvon Neptune reportedly will be forced into exile

Indoor Rally in Brooklyn to Premiere New Video of Haiti Coup

An Evening of Solidarity with the Peoples of Haiti (pdf flyer)

Toto Constant, Former Death Squad Leader, to be Sued

Massive Protest demanding Aristide's return in Haiti's second largest city

Top Haitian labor leader faces death threats, search of home & threat of arrest

Joint Statement Condemning Increased Repression and Violence by the US, UN and Government of Haiti

Los Angeles: Assist Haiti Relief Aid

Haiti: Stop the New Wave of Violent Repression

 

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Haiti Hurricane Relief and background information

The Week of Resistance Against the RNC (not everything, by a long shot!)

500,000 Take the Streets Against Bush's War Crimes

500 at ‘war crimes tribunal’ find Bush guilty

Aug. 26: Iraq War Crimes Tribunal: The People will Judge George W. Bush

A Tribunal to Build Resistance

The Week of Resistance Begins Today: War Crimes Tribunal (8/26/04)

Only 11 days left until the War Crimes Tribunal!

Help Put Bush on Trial for War Crimes

August 26: Call for the War Crimes Tribunal in New York

Get on the Buses to NYC and protest the RNC on August 29!

HAITI ACTION ALERT - August 10, 2004 Help Ensure Haitians' Right to Demonstrate - August 12-14!

Statement from Ramsey Clark: "Lawlessness must be removed from office."

Get on the Buses to NYC and protest the RNC on August 29!

Thousands March On the DNC to Demand "Bring the Troops Home Now!"

Anti-war Coalition's Right to March on Democratic National Convention Affirmed in Court

An Open Appeal to the Anti-War Movement

July 25, 2004: National March on the DNC

Letter to Caricom-Support return to democracy in Haiti--Appeal from Labor-Religious Delegation to Haiti

WE WILL NOT BE SILENCED! Protest June 30, 2004: No to fake sovereignty -- Bring the troops home now

Summer of Protest and Resistance

Haitians Speak Out in D.C. on June 5

June 5: Bush, Rumsfeld Confronted in U.S., Europe, Asia

End U.S. Occupations from Haiti to Iraq: a Call for an Emergency Demonstration in Washington D.C. on Sat. June 5    pdf flyer    pdf Broadsheet

NYC: Build JUNE 5; Get on the Bus!

Statement by  President Jean-Bertrand Aristide: May 30, 2004-- Kingston, Jamaica  

New York: Delegates Report on Haiti Fact-Finding Trip

Another Update on So Anne-Haitian Children hooded and manacled by US military

An Initial Statement on the Current Situation of Workers, the Labor Movement, and Human Rights in Haiti

NYC--Eyewitness: Haiti Under U.S. Occupation

In Defiance Of U.S. Occupation: N. American Delegation Attends Workers Conference in Haiti

End U.S. Occupations from Haiti to Iraq: a Call for an Emergency Demonstration in Washington D.C. on Sat. June 5    pdf flyer

A Call for Emergency Protests: Saturday, June 5, 2004 / pdf flyer    /Call for Endorsers for June 5, 2004 Anti-War March

NYC, May 8: Haitians and Venezuelans Marching United against U.S. Intervention and Occupation!   [pdf flyer]

Letter of Appreciation to the People and Government of Jamaica

A.N.S.W.E.R. Response to Bush press conference: SPRING & SUMMER OF PROTEST & RESISTANCE TO THE OCCUPATION OF IRAQ

Sold-Out Brooklyn College Rally Slams U.S. Role in Aristide's Ouster

NYC: Congresswoman Maxine Waters and Ossie Davis will speak at April 7th rally to demand restoration of democracy in Haiti       Downoad leaflet for distribition     How to help promote the rally /  Webstreamed PSA Announcement

April 7: Conclusive Evidence of U.S. Role in Kidnapping and Coup

NYC April 7: Haiti Coup Exposed, Facts Presented

U.S. Accused of Training Haitian Rebels in Dominican Republic

BEHIND THE COUP D'ETAT IN HAITI  by Mumia Abu-Jamal

HAITI ON OUR MINDS by Mumia Abu-Jamal

Urgent: Ask Caricom to Support Haiti's Constitution

Aristide Tells of Kidnapping on Front Page of Washington Post

C-SPAN TO BROADCAST PRESS CONFERENCE featuring the U.S. delegation that met with President Aristide, members of the Congressional Black Caucus and others

Haitian Leader Charges: White House Behind Coup/ Solidarity Delegation Wins Access to Aristide

Press Conference with U.S. delegation that met with Aristide & Congressional Black Caucus members / Details revealed about the U.S. role in President Aristide’s departure

U.S. Delegation Meets with President Aristide; Aristide Reveals Details of Coup

HAITI ACTION ALERT: Aristide Under Lock & Key, U.S. Delegation Says

Global Day of Protest: 3 Million In 65 Countries: Worldwide Movement Back in Streets

Global day of protest: 250 cities across U.S. tell gov't: stop the war & occupations

Millions Take to the Streets Around the World in the March 20 Global Day of Action

March 20, 2004 Photos from around the world

Press Release from the Organizers of the March 20 Anti-War Protest

Mass Anti-war Demonstration of 50,000 Fills the Streets of San Francisco

Mass Anti-War Demonstration of More Than 20,000 Filled the Streets of Los Angeles on March 20th!

PVN on Public Access Cable TV: PRESIDENT ARISTIDE SPEAKS

Against a background of passionate protest by Haitians in the diaspora, a group of activists from the International Action Center and Haiti Progres went to the Central African Republic to speak to President Aristide and the First Lady, Mildred Aristide. This is the first video statement by Pres. Aristide since he was kidnapped from Haiti.

Yugoslavia, Haiti, Iraq: Milosevic Case Combats Washington's "Regime Change"

MARCH 20, 2004: Global Day of Action on the first anniversary of the U.S. bombing & invasion of Iraq     Web-Streamed Announcement of March 20 Action [psa]

Just One Week until the March 20 Global Day of Action

Everything You Wanted to Know About March 20 and How You Can Get Involved

Countries all over the world plan demonstrations on March 20

Mumia's message for March 20, 2004--"End Occupations!"

Download to hear Mumia's speech for March 20

Mumia’s message for March 20 mobilizations—Radio Version: End Occupations

March 20 Demonstration Organizers say “Nothing will discourage us.”
1500 Letters Sent to Mayor Bloomberg Protesting Illegal NYPD Scare Tactics

A.N.S.W.E.R. leader interviewed tonight [March 5] on Bill Moyers & Other Updates

NYC: Mar. 5: Dominicanos y Haitianos exigen Justicia y Democracia / Dominicans and Haitians demand Justice and Democracy

Thousands to Rally in New York City on Saturday, Mar. 6, Against U.S. Coup and Kidnapping/ 50,000 Mass in Port-au-Prince Against U.S. Occupation

Former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark's Statement on Haiti

A.N.S.W.E.R. Statement: Oppose Bush's Coup in Haiti   [also in French] --Emergency Demos in the U.S.

International Action Center Condemns U.S. gunboat diplomacy in Haiti /STOP THE U.S. OCCUPATION OF HAITI! RESTORE PRESIDENT ARISTIDE! EMERGENCY DEMONSTRATIONS PLANNED NATIONWIDE    [also in French]

Emergency Response Demonstration: Protest the U.S.-led Coup in Haiti No U.S. Occupation of Haiti Monday, March 1, 2004 Powell & Market Sts., San Francisco (Powell Street BART) 5:00 pm Sponsored by International ANSWER, Haiti Action Committee, and others For more information, contact (415) 821-6545

NYC, Saturday, February 28: Emergency Demonstration Against a New Coup d’Etat in Haiti / download pdf flyer

SUPPORT THE HAITIAN PEOPLE: Press conference in Washington DC: 2/27/04, Emergency demonstration in New York City: 2/28/04

ANSWER statement: SUPPORT THE HAITIAN PEOPLE

The International Action Center Statement in support of Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide     Download pdf IAC Statement on Haiti

New Book: Haiti a Slave Revolution

Rally in Solidarity with the People of Haiti and Celebration and Commemoration of 200th Anniversary of the Haitian Revolution and the Struggle Against Racism in the U.S

HAITIAN MASSES RESIST RIGHT-WING TAKEOVER

Demonstrate Against a New Coup d'Etat in Haiti Friday, Feb. 13, NYC

DEMOCRACY, DICTATORSHIPS & EMPIRE by Mumia Abu-Jamal click here for audio 

A.N.S.W.E.R. Statement for World Social Forum In Mumbai

SAN FRANCISCO LABOR HONORS HAITI BICENTENNIAL

As 200th anniversary nears
HAITI NEEDS REPARATIONS, NOT SANCTIONS

NYC: Demonstrate May 21 against So Anne's persecution in Haiti

2 DAYS UNTIL MARCH 20, 2004: NYC--What you need to know

Less Than 2 Days Before March 20TH [2004] Protest & Rally in LA!

San Francisco: Marriage Equality for All contingent in Mar. 20 Plan & Logistics for Mar. 20, 2004

Press Conference Regarding March 20, 2004 NYC Antiwar Protest

4 Days Until March 20 Global Day of Action

ACTION ALERT - URGENT - Haiti Action Committee

Drop the Racist, Frame-Up Charges Against Marcus Jean!

IAC TALK GIVEN AT ROSA LUXEMBURG CONFERENCE

U.S. TRIES TO MANIPULATE HAITIAN ELECTION

Elections in Haiti -- meeting Thursday, Nov. 9, 2000 at the IAC

Haitians to Rally Sept. 7, 2000 at UN to Denounce US  Threats Against Their Country>

Haiti Solidarity Meeting on electoral coup d'etat April 20, 2000

Justice for Patrick Dorismond! Giuliani and NYPD are to Blame for Attack During Brooklyn Funeral! May 7th Rally for Mumia will Address the Issue of Police Brutality!

Dorismond marchers attacked again by NYPD

MARCH PROTESTING MURDER OF PATRICK DORISMOND ATTACKED BY NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

DEMONSTRATE TO DEMAND JUSTICE FOR PATRICK DORISMOND!

JOIN THE STRUGGLE TO SEND ELIAN HOME: CITIES START DEMONSTRATING/ BUILD FOR NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION IN WASHINGTON DC

Download pdf Spanish / English leaflet for 2/19/2000 DC Demonstration   Flyer in Creole

The Haiti Support Network (HSN) presents TURMOIL IN HAITI Speakers Ben Dupuy, secretary general of the National Popular Party (PPN) Monica Moorehead, national coordinator of the Millions for Mumia campaign Maude LeBlanc, co-director of Haiti Progres newsweekly Kim Ives, journalist and member of the Haiti Support Network Date: November 18, 1999 Time: 7 pm Location: 33 West 14th St. (between 5th and 6th Avenue), Manhattan, Local 169 UNITE Donation: $3 For more information, contact: Haiti Support Network at 212-633-6646 or 718- 434-8100

Elections are approaching. Political violence and police brutality are surging. Occupying U.S. troops are setting up bases around the country. Meanwhile, privatization continues to be met by mass protests. Hear Ben Dupuy, coming direct from Haiti, and other speakers analyze Haiti's explosive situation and the prospects for the struggle there in the months ahead.

The Haiti Support Network (HSN) presents a forum: HAITI VS. "THE AMERICAN PLAN"

Haiti Support Network forum: FROM HAITI TO HARLEM: END THE OCCUPATIONS!

Speak Out Against Police Brutality

LABOR DELEGATION FINDS:UNION-BUSTING AND EXPLOITATION ON THE RISE IN HAITI

HAITI SUPPORT NETWORK UPDATE

HAITI RESOURCES

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