Haiti: December 16, 1990

Frantz Zephirin, Aristide, (24 x 24 inches, Oil on Masonite, Framed. 2000)

Neither failed elections nor military coups extinguished the Haitian people’s faith that they were as entitled to democracy as anyone else.

“Haiti’s Choice, and Father Aristide’s,” The New York Times (December 18, 1990)

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