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In the wake of Jovenel Moise’s assassination: Building solidarity with Haiti’s...

The empirical tentacles of the U.S. and UN continue their strangle-hold on the Haitian people’s grassroots movement to create “a new vision of the republic rooted in justice, transparency and participation.” 

Haitian political organization Fanmi Lavalas calls for mass mobilization in response...

Fanmi Lavalas continues to focus on mass mobilization of the Haitian people to defend against death squads and non-functional institutions created by the U.S.- backed illegal dictatorship of Jovenel Moise.

A call for solidarity with Haiti

The U.S.–UN backed Jovenel Moise dictatorship of Haiti gets millions of dollars and a bonus year of oppression, death and state-sponsored terror of its people.

Alone we are weak, together we are strong, all together WE...

Haiti Action Committee is honored to circulate this statement from Fanmi Lavalas, the people’s party in Haiti, at a moment when the coronavirus has made its deadly march into Haiti. Faced with government inaction, repression and corruption, Haitians have turned to each other and to the popular movement to meet the challenge. We urge you to distribute this statement widely.

Stand with the People’s Uprising in Haiti

In this time of rebellion, crisis and repression, we send our support to the people of Haiti. It is a time for our voices to be heard, for the silence around Haiti to be broken, and for a dramatic increase in solidarity. Stand with Haiti Saturday, March 2, 3-5 p.m., Eastside Arts Alliance, 2277 International Blvd, Oakland.

Fanmi Lavalas statement: Crisis and resolution, plan for Haiti’s future

Haiti Action Committee is honored to circulate this statement from Fanmi Lavalas, the people’s party in Haiti. Fanmi Lavalas issued the statement in solidarity with the massive upsurge of protest against the corrupt regime of Haiti’s current president, Jovenel Moise. The statement comes in the wake of violent state repression, including the horrific massacre of over 60 people in Lasalin, a center of popular grassroots activism. This Dec. 16 was the 28th anniversary of the election of Jean-Bertrand Aristide as Haiti’s first democratically elected president. The date was marked in Haiti with continued mobilizations for democracy and an end to the brutal attacks on the population.