April 14, 2010
7:00 pm @
Sugar Maple Ballroom, Davis Center, University of Vermont

After the Earthquake: the Struggle to Transform Haiti

Haiti Liberte journalists and activists discuss the hopes for the popular movement that has survived decades of dictatorship, coups, and occupations, as foreign and domestic forces scramble to fill the void left by the January 12th, 2010 earthquake.

About the Speaker(s)

Roger Leduc
The Haitian Coalition to Support the Struggle for Haiti (KAKOLA)
Kim Ives
Founding member of the International Support Haiti Network (ISHN)


Co-sponsored with the English Department at UVM and funded in part by the James and Mary Brigham Buckham Fund. Also sponsored by the Global Justice Ecology Project, the International Socialist Organization, Will Miller Green Mountain Veterans for Peace, and the Vermont Worker’s Center

Poster: the Struggle to Transform Haiti
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After the Earthquake: the Struggle to Transform Haiti