The Lasalin Massacre and the human rights crisis in Haiti
On Nov. 13, 2018, police and other paramilitary personnel entered the neighborhood of Lasalin in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. What followed was a massacre of the civilian population.
New evidence of innocence spurs two court filings for Mumia Abu-Jamal
“Hopefully, Mumia will get a re-trial and the truth will finally get told. We await his release from hell.”
The Tuzuri Watu mural at Third and Palou is being restored
Painted in 1987, the lavish mural that adorns the building on the northeast corner of Third and Palou, Bayview Hunters Point’s main intersection, is named “Tuzuri Watu,” which means “We are beautiful people” in Swahili, and it features a who’s who of celebrated African American figures.
Human rights team finds US-backed Haitian government culpable in Lasalin massacre
On April 1, 2019, our team went to Lasalin and interviewed survivors and eye-witnesses of the November massacre. The report demonstrates that the Lasalin massacre was in fact an attack facilitated by government officials and directly conducted by Haitian National Police officers working closely with paramilitary elements.