Tag Archives: Haiti

Guantanamology or, Five Essays on Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Adam Hudson, “Reporting from Guantanamo (June 10 — June 22),” Free your mind, July 1, 2013 Paul Kramer, “A Useful Corner of the World: Guantánamo,” The New Yorker, July 30, 2013 Molly Crabapple, “It Don’t Gitmo Better Than This,” Vice, July 31, 2013 [Also: "Guantánamo Bay is Kafka in the Caribbean"] Julia Thomas, “Guantanamology: Excavating Stories from GTMO’s Haitian [...]
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Les chefs d’état d’Haïti, 1804-2011

Les chefs d’état d’Haïti, 1804-2011 (Éditions Combit/Edisyon Konbit, 2006). Source: Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ)
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Seven interviews with Andrew Cyrille

[Andrew Cyrille: Brooklyn-born avante garde jazz drummer of Haitian descent.] A fireside chat with Andrew Cyrille, Jazz Weekly (date?) Body and Soul: An Interview with Andrew Cyrille, Improvisation, Community, and Social Practice (2010). Interview with Andrew Cyrille, Intakt Records (2003). Andrew Cyrille: DownBeat interview: directors cut (2004). Andrew Cyrille: Art Science, Part 1, JazzTimes (2011). “All That’s Rhythm!” A Chat With [...]
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Prince Hall on the Revolt in Saint-Domingue

Prince Hall, Haiti, Saint-Domingue
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Haiti: The Second Occupation

Guest post by Jemima Pierre. July 28, 2015 marked the one hundredth anniversary of the landing of US Marines in Haiti and the beginning of a military occupation of the Black Republic that lasted until 1934 — nineteen years in total. With its massacres of Haitian peasants, its control of Haiti’s finances, its suppression [...]
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Nations and Nègres: An Interview with David Austin

THE PUBLIC ARCHIVE. Educator and writer David Austin is among the foremost chroniclers of Pan-Africanism, Black Power, and West Indian intellectual and political history in the Americas. He has three books to his name: A View for Freedom, an oral history of the late St. Vincents-born, Montreal-based cricketer and organizer Alphonso Theodore “Alfie” Roberts, You [...]
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The Archive of Occupation

Citing the need to protect American life and property while preserving political stability in the Caribbean region, on July 28, 1915 three hundred and thirty United States Marines landed at Port-au-Prince. Thus began a nineteen-year military occupation whose consequences for the Republic of Haiti (and for the Black World) were arguably as significant as the [...]
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Kings and Queens, Devils and Dictators: The Clintons and Haiti

When it comes to Haiti, Clinton is omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent. Jemima Pierre, “Bill Clinton Loves Haiti,” Black Agenda Report (October 23, 2012) Clinton provides the kind face of US control of Haiti. Jemima Pierre, “The Puppet, the President, and the Dictator,” Black Agenda Report (January 17, 2012) Clinton said he had struck a “devil’s bargain” that ultimately resulted [...]
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