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'''Kim Ives'''
 
'''Kim Ives'''
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==Left Forum 2017==
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'''The UN in Haiti: The Shell Game of Military Occupation'''
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* [[Nat Wood]] [[Manhattan Neighborhood Network]] (MNN) produce live talk show: 30 Frames a Second
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* [[Kim Ives]] [[Haiti Liberte]] Newspaper
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* [[Pojaneey Fleury]] [[Brown Eyez Magazine]] , Ayiti and Disapora Business
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* [[Ray LaForest]]
  
 
==Supporting Aristide==
 
==Supporting Aristide==

Revision as of 03:17, 20 August 2020

Kim Ives

Left Forum 2017

The UN in Haiti: The Shell Game of Military Occupation

Supporting Aristide

On April 7 2004 in the Whitman Theatre at Brooklyn College. A multinational crowd of 2,000, mainly people from Haiti and the English-speaking Caribbean, packed the hall to hear a program entitled "An Evening with Friends of Haiti: The Truth Behind the Haiti Coup."

A broad range of speakers and cultural performers ignited the stage for three-and-a-half hours to express heartfelt anti-imperialist solidarity with the besieged Caribbean country. Haiti has once again suffered a horrific atrocity with the U.S.-orchestrated kidnapping of its democratically elected president, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, on Feb. 29.

The rally was co-chaired by Kim Ives and Karine Jean-Pierre from Haiti Support Network (HSN), with Pat Chin and Sara Flounders from the Workers World Party controlled International Action Center.

Other speakers included Alina Sixto, Family Lavalas New York/Tri-State Area; Rep. Major Owens of Brooklyn; Mario Dupuy, Aristide's state secretary of communication; Don Rojas, Amy Goodman and Bernard White, WBAI-Pacifica Radio; Ray LaForest, Haitian labor organizer, District Council 1707; Brian Concannon, human-rights attorney; Brooklyn College student Starr Bernard; Serge Lilavois, Support Committee for PPN; Los Angeles anti-police brutality activist Michael Zinzun; Dominican activist Marc Torres; and Haitian performers Marguerite Laurent and Phantoms[1].

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