HAITI CENSORED FROM 1994 TO 2008

HAITI CENSORED IN 1994: Story # 10

Haiti: Drugs, Thugs, The CIA and the Deterrence of Democracy; Sources: The New York Times, 11/1/93; Pacific News Service, 10/20/93 & 11/2/93.

HAITI CENSORED IN 1994: Story # 14

Haiti: Under the FTAAA, multinational corporations could leverage exploited workers in Mexico against even more desperate workers in Haiti, Guatemala or Brazil; Sources: Corp Watch, 9/19/02; Public Citizen’s Trade Watch, 2002 Report; Labor Notes, 4/2/02; Ashville Global Report/Extra!, 2/3/03.

HAITI CENSORED IN 1997: Story # 21

Haiti: Inside INS Detention Centers; Racism, Abuse, and No Accountability;. Dehumanization and the INS. Source: Haiti Progress, 7/24/96-8/7/96.

HAITI CENSORED IN 1998: Story # 7

Haiti: Norplant and human lab experiments in Third Word lead to forced use in the United States; USAID used uninformed women in Bangladesh, Haiti, and the Philippines for Norplant tests. Sources: MS, November/December 1996; Washington Free Press, March/April 1997; Human Events, 5/16/97.

HAITI CENSORED IN 2003: Story # 8

Haiti: NAFTA destroys farming communities in U.S. and abroad. NAFTA’s devastating effects are clear in Mexico, Haiti. Source: The Hightower Lowdown, September 2001.

HAITI CENSORED IN 2004: Story # 16

Haiti: Under the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), multinational corporations could leverage exploited workers in Mexico against even more desperate workers in Haiti, Guatemala or Brazil. Source: Labor Notes, 4/2/02.

HAITI CENSORED IN 2005: Story # 12

Haiti: The Destabilization of Haiti. Source: KPFA RADIO-FLASHPOINTS, 4/1/O4.

HAITI CENSORED IN 2006: Story # 21

Haiti: New immigration plan favors business over people. How U.S. corporations won the debate over immigration. Source: Washington Free Press, Nov/Dec 2004.

HAITI CENSORED IN 2008: Story # 12

Haiti: Another massacre in Haiti by UN troops. Poor residents of capital describe a state of siege. Sources: Haiti/Action.net, 1/21/07; Inter Press Service.

REPORTED IN 2010

1/17/10: 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Destroys Haiti

Time Magazine reported on February 1, 2010, “To Our Readers: Healing Haiti. Those in Port-au-Prince need assistance. But they also need the focus of the world’s press on their plight. What Time is doing to help.”

Those who cannot remember the past
are condemned to repeat it!

-George Santayana