HAITI CENSORED FROM 1994 TO 2008
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: 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: Inside INS Detention Centers; Racism, Abuse, and No Accountability;. Dehumanization and the INS. Source: Haiti Progress, 7/24/96-8/7/96.
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: 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: 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: The Destabilization of Haiti. Source: KPFA RADIO-FLASHPOINTS, 4/1/O4.
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: 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.”