Drop On Down In Florida

La Floride: Disneyworld, les riches octogénaires au teint roussi qui bétonnent le littoral, Miami, ses deux flics, sa coke et son Scarface, les oranges enduites de pesticides, les anxiolytiques en quasi-vente libre ou les lois à la con qui permettent à un adulte de tuer des gamins noirs en toute impunité. En gros, quand je pense à... Continue Reading →

Opinion: Standing with Haitians

In 1982, the Centers for Disease Control named four groups at risk for HIV: hemophiliacs, homosexuals, heroin addicts and Haitians. The media scapegoated Haitians as being particularly susceptible to HIV/AIDS by virtue of their ethnicity. Until the CDC admitted their mistake in 1985, many Haitian Americans lost their jobs or became unemployable. This HIV mythology has... Continue Reading →

Haiti’s New Government: Real Change?

Haiti has a new government, but new Prime Minister Ceant’s meetings with the IMF and World Bank do not predict major political or economic shifts. Ceant needs to clear the air on corruption scandals so he can gain the support needed to put Haiti back on the path to sovereignty. View Full Article Here

The Invisible ‘Jungle’ of Calais

On October 25, 2016, French riot police evicted thousands of migrants who had settled in an abandoned landfill adjacent to the port of Calais. They were gathered there hoping to cross the English Channel by any means necessary: stowing away on boats or hiding in the trains, trucks, and buses plying the “Chunnel” linking France... Continue Reading →

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