Water for Profit: Neocolonialism as Cannibalism
Dady Chery

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By Dady Chery Haiti Chery The notion of a colonist as cannibal in Haiti is widespread. This idea, called manje moun (eating people), could hardly qualify as superstition, given the experience of colonialism. It is daunting to find a better … Continue reading

Dady Chery and Eric Draitser Discuss Imperialism and Colonialism in Haiti
Dady Chery

The Secretary-General and H.E. Mr. Bill Clinton, Secretary-General's Special Envoy for Haiti brief Member States informally on the situation in Haiti.

Interview of Dady Chery with Eric Draitser Haiti Chery Eric Draitser: Today I have the amazing special opportunity to speak to someone whom I really admire, really respect, whose work I follow regularly, and I think we’re all going to … Continue reading

Haiti’s Leadership Against Imperialism

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  By Michel-Ange Cadet Haiti Chery Negro: that’s what they called us. Not to designate our person but mainly to assert a supposed supremacy which they believed themselves to hold and in the name of which we had to serve … Continue reading

Fragmentation of News and Causes: The Urgent Need to Think Globally
Dady Chery

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  By Gilbert Mercier and Dady Chery Haiti Chery “When the blind men had each felt a part of the elephant, the king went to each of them and said to each: ‘Well, blind man, have you seen the elephant? … Continue reading

Haitian Declaration of Independence, January 1, 1804

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“Vow before me to live free and independent, and to prefer death to anything that will try to place you back in chains. Swear, finally, to pursue forever the traitors and enemies of your independence.” – Jean-Jacques Dessalines, January 1, 1804. In the present day: this means anyone who collaborates with foreign occupiers or even tolerates the presence of foreign soldiers on Haitian soil.