For Jovenel Moïse, the wanton brutality of police crackdowns isn’t even a necessary evil, but a display of his commitment to the programs he promises will serve the best interest of the Haitian populace. When Jovenel Moïse, the current president of
Heartbreakingly, the spirit of Haitian independence has been replaced by a menage of new ways that white powers attempt to reassert their grip on my homeland. When I was younger, the new year always began with a trip to my grandmother’s.
Colonialism remains a scourge, this is clear in its effects across the globe. France’s role in it was just as brutal in Lebanon, Algeria, Haiti, and beyond. Earlier this week, Beirut was ravaged by a giant explosion caused by tons of
The reality of economic sanctions is starvation and devastation for the masses of people on the ground in the targeted country. This article was originally published by Hood Communist. By Robin Davis, Onyesonwu Chatoyer, and Nancy Wright What Are Sanctions Economic sanctions are
“Our Sin Was Being Indigenous, Leftist, and Anti-Imperialist” — A Primer On Bolivia’s US-Backed Coup
Morales was not only Bolivia’s first Indigenous president, but he has become a beacon of hope for the colonized world throughout his tenure as president. “I am resigning just so that my sisters and brothers, leaders and authorities of the