Hands Off Haiti, and Down with the IMF: Political Declaration of the Trotskyist Fraction–Fourth International
We republish the statement of the Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth International (FT-CI) against the U.S. and UN preparation for a new military intervention in Haiti.
Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth InternationalOctober 17, 2022
10,000 Migrants Are Stuck in Squalor at the Border. Let Them All In!
A huge surge of migrants at the U.S. southern border has created a humanitarian nightmare for more than 10,000 people. The fingerprints of U.S. imperialism and the Biden administration are all over the crisis.
Scott CooperSeptember 17, 2021
This is What Imperialism Looks Like: Haiti Does Not Have a Single Vaccine
The impoverished island nation of Haiti is in political turmoil, which is contributing to its people not yet receiving a single dose of Covid-19 vaccine.
Scott CooperApril 7, 2021
Why Are Haitians Rising Up?
We interviewed Lautaro Rivara, a sociologist and journalist currently located in Haiti, to learn about the complex social and political context of the ongoing protests against the government.
Salvador SolerMarch 6, 2021
Protests Continue in Haiti Against the Government of Jovenel Moïse
Protesters in Haiti continue to demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse, who has the backing of imperialist powers. Neither the Moïse government nor the opposition parties offer a real alternative for the Haitian people.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaFebruary 16, 2021
Protests, General Strike and A President Who Refuses to Step Down: Crisis in Haiti
Once again, there are protests and strikes against Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, who is refusing to step down from the Presidency.
Milton D'LeónFebruary 11, 2021
Haiti Begins General Strike
In the midst of a devastating economic crisis and rising crime wave, unions across Haiti have called a general strike against both the spate of kidnappings and the corrupt regime of Jovenel Moïse.
Ezra BrainFebruary 1, 2021
Annals of American Imperialism: The 1991 Coup in Haiti
On this day in history, in 1991, the democratically elected government of Jean-Bertrand Aristide in Haiti was overthrown in a coup. U.S. imperialism, which had intervened in Haiti throughout the 20th century, helped restore him to power — but only because it served the interests of capitalism. The United States turned around and overthrew him again the following decade.
Scott CooperSeptember 29, 2020
What Could Be More Legitimate Than Toppling a Statue?
The toppling of statues this year did not begin in the United States, but in the former French colony of Martinique. A perspective from France on the meaning of the movement to depict the real history of slavery and colonialism reveals what is really behind the argument against destroying these monuments.
Francoise VergèsJuly 7, 2020
New Evidence Shows UN Troops Engaged in Sexual Abuse of Children in Haiti
A New report shows that UN Troops stationed in Haiti are likely responsible for thousands of cases of sexual abuse and rape.
Carmin MaffeaDecember 27, 2019