Une étape du nationalisme haitien (1929-1934). Diss. tesis de licenciatura ens, 1958, mimeo. Política y Sociología en Haití y la República Dominicana: Coloquio Dominico-Haitiano De Ciencias Sociales, México, Julio De 1971. (México: UNAM, Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales, 1974) “El Impacto de la Ocupación Norteamericana en Haití.’ Política y sociología en Haití y la República Dominicana. […]
Category Archives: Haiti
“….We are presented with a diptych of two beach scenes: one set on a sunny day off the coast of a posh resort with white people sunbathing and engaging in leisure activities; the other set in a storm with dark-skinned people―possibly Haitian refugees fleeing to Florida, in the midst of a crisis involving a seemingly […]
Comments on UN corruption and UN cholera during the last press conference of H.E. Ms. Samantha Power, Permanent Representative of the United States to the United Nations, 13 January 2017
Highlights from the 53.18 mark. H/T @innercitypress.
Image: United States Southern Command, photo by RQ-4 Global Hawk after January, 12, 2010 earthquake.
MATTHEW J. SMITH is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. His first book, Red and Black in Haiti: Radicalism, Conflict, and Political Change, 1934-1957 is a brilliant, pioneering account of the remarkable political history of Haiti from the end of the US Occupation to the rise of Francois […]
L’ancien dictateur d’Haïti Jean-Claude Duvalier est mort. Ex-Haiti dictator ‘Baby Doc’ Duvalier dies. Haitian dictator known as Baby Doc who ruled by fear and brutality until he fled in 1986. Jean-Claude Duvalier dies at 63; ruled Haiti in father’s brutal fashion. Jean-Claude (‘Baby Doc‘) Duvalier was Haiti’s ‘president for life’ whose 15 years of misrule […]
The ravages of Ebola in West Africa and of cholera in Haiti – and the world’s response to both – remind us that the scourge of anti-Blackness is savage, deadly, and global. The response to the two epidemics suggests that Black people are expendable, unprotected from the most abject and degrading forms of suffering, immaterial […]
After a ten year run, our dear friend Sokari Ekine has stopped publishing the excellent blog Blacks Looks, but she’s left us with an incredible archive of Haitian feminist intellectual, political, and cultural history. Black Looks’ “Haiti: Feminist Series” consisted of a clutch of essays, interviews, and videos with Haitian artists, intellectuals, and activists addressing […]