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New Orleans land grab: Addressing the ‘elephant’ in the city 10 years after Hurricane Katrina

August 1, 2015

As we approach the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, let’s not ignore the “elephant” in New Orleans, notwithstanding the pressure to do just that. The elephant in our city is the rampant land grab displacing predominantly African American residents to the outskirts of the city, where public safety, reliable transit, nearby schools, accessible job opportunities and neighborhood amenities are lacking.

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Haiti’s elected mayors illegally replaced by presidential appointees

February 27, 2012

The 1987 Constitution has not only thwarted a return to a dictatorship, but also prevented foreign concerns from buying the country wholesale from officials of the executive branch. One of the proposed amendments to the 1987 Constitution stated: “From now on, until the municipal elections of 2013, all Haiti’s mayors will be replaced by ‘Municipal Agents’ designated by the central government.”

Havana harvest: Organic agriculture in Cuba’s capital

February 26, 2010

On a recent visit we learned that Cuba has been raising its fruits and vegetables organically for more than 15 years, using worm and vegetable compost and integrated and natural pest management to raise crops for its people. In the process they have decentralized agricultural production, tripled farmers’ average income, built stronger communities and shown the way to living well after the end of cheap oil.

King-Garvey shareholders protest land grab by bailed out bank

November 24, 2008

A Yes We Can Coalition of Asian and Black King-Garvey shareholders chanting, “Stop the land grab; yes, we can!” marched outside Citibank subsidiary Citi Community Capital in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District on Thursday, Nov. 13.

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