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8 Chicago Movie Men You Should Know – Michigan Avenue Magazine


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8 Chicago Movie Men You Should Know
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Like much of Barens's work, Prison Terminal takes a sober look at the US prison system—an interest he traces to his immigrant parents. In the 1970s ... out next year. And since 2011, I've been working on a documentary called How to Build a School in ...

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Vermont’s Julia Alvarez on art and activism – BurlingtonFreePress.com


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Vermont's Julia Alvarez on art and activism
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As the child of immigrants, Carrion said she has a certain understanding and appreciation of what that might mean for Dominicans of Haitian descent to call a place home yet not be accepted. "It's important to show our solidarity," Carrion said. "But ...

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Revolution’s Legacy is Alive among the Haitian Grassroots – teleSUR English


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Revolution's Legacy is Alive among the Haitian Grassroots
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The Lavalas movement is the living legacy of the Haitian Revolution. And, its organizers are the descendants of leaders such as Jean Jacques Dessalines, Tousaint Louverture and thousands of other historically anonymous maroons who fought for freedom.

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A Revolution Interrupted, Haiti 23 Years after the 1991 Coup – teleSUR English


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A Revolution Interrupted, Haiti 23 Years after the 1991 Coup
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For the Haitian people, 1991 marks an assault on popular democracy. Today, the consequences of the 1991 coup resonate in Haitian society as the current government carries out unconstitutional measures and persecutes the country's former president.

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RUMSON: ART FOR THE HAITIAN PEOPLE – redbankgreen

redbankgreenRUMSON: ART FOR THE HAITIAN PEOPLEredbankgreenIt has been more than four years since a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck and devastated the Caribbean country of Haiti and left thousands of people dead, injured and homeless. Since that time, a...

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Haiti – Social : Stones against the Dove of Peace… – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Social : Stones against the Dove of Peace...
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Saturday, at the call of "Miroir" an youth-led organization of Petit-Goâve, several hundred of supporters of local authorities and many young women sympathizers, came from peripheral neighborhoods of the city, marched on the occasion of the World Day ...

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