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The "Other" Politics of Ayotzinapa

How a popular movement arisen from the massacre of 46 student-teachers in Mexico demonstrates a horizontal politics of shared leadership by Charlotte Maria Sáenz Family and colleagues of 46 [1]...

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Haiti

The Attack on Human Rights Defenders in Haiti

An Interview with Jackson Doliscar, Part II By Beverly Bell Community organizer and rights defender Jackson Doliscar speaks to efforts of the Haitian government to silence advocates of human rights...

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Haiti

Haitian Collective to Defend the Right to Housing

It has been three years since falling rubble, bits of concrete, iron bars, and collapsing walls killed countless courageous women and men while they were at work, at school, in their homes or on the...

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Haiti

Under Tents: Statement on Forced Evictions

On the 64th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we call on the international community to act against the human rights abuses taking place in Haiti in the form of arbitrary and...

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Haiti + 1 more

The Creole Connection: New Orleans, Haiti, and Catastrophe

By Beverly Bell August 28, 2012 As a native and resident of New Orleans who has spent three decades in and out of Haiti, and as director of an organization with offices in both places, this has been...

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Haiti

International Campaign Launch for Housing in Haiti

400,000 Homeless Still Wait for a Housing Plan Monday, July 2, 2012, Port-au-Prince – Haitian grassroots organizations and international allies are launching an urgent housing rights campaign today...

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Haiti

Home: From Displacement Camps to Community in Haiti

By Alexis Erkert and Beverly Bell January 4, 2012 As 2012 begins, a growing movement of displaced people and their allies in Haiti is actively claiming the right to housing, which is recognized by...

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