Haitian Tèt Kale Party
Haitians reject Canada and the US decision to compose an international force for Haiti

Thousands have been mobilizing against de-facto President Ariel Henry’s request for foreign occupation disguised as international military assistance

Haitians intensify protests against foreign military intervention, while US seeks authorization for “international mission”

Citizens flooded the streets across Haiti in rejection of President Ariel Henry’s request for international military assistance, demanding that foreign powers stop interfering in Haiti

People of Haiti mobilize for sovereignty and against imperialist intervention

Activist and journalist Jackson Jean spoke to Peoples Dispatch about the current situation in the country and the history of crises caused by foreign military interventions.

Haitians protest threat of foreign military intervention in the country

De-facto leader Ariel Henry’s request for foreign military support to curb gang violence has generated widespread criticism among civil society organizations, political and social leaders, and citizens in general

Anti-government protests in Haiti enter sixth week

Since August 22, Haitians have been mobilizing against poverty, food insecurity, soaring inflation, fuel shortages, and widespread kidnappings and killings

Haiti protests 2 “The Haitian people need a socialist state,” says journalist Jean Waltès Bien-Aimé

Tens of thousands of Haitians have been taking to the streets, demanding the resignation of Ariel Henry. To understand the situation on the ground, we spoke with Haitian journalist Jean Waltès Bien-Aimé

Haiti’s acting Prime Minister survives assassination attempt

Authorities reported that Ariel Henry, Haiti’s acting head of state, survived an assassination attempt during an independence day event on January 1

Haitians protest against international interference 106 years after the US occupation

On July 28, 1915, a day after then president Jean Vilbrun Guillaume Sam was assassinated, the US Marines occupied Haiti and ruled until August 1, 1934. Following the recent assassination of de-facto president Jovenel Moïse, civil society organizations fear that international interference by the US and allies could increase in Haiti

Amid uncertainty, Haitian movements seek to build a democratic transition

While police and government authorities seem to be withholding key facts in the investigation into the assassination of de-facto President Jovenel Moïse, Haitian organizations are working to build a transition to rebuild democracy and institutions

De facto president of Haiti Jovenel Moïse assassinated

The assassination came amid a growing political and social crisis in the country due to increased in violence by illegal groups and Moïse’s attacks on state institutions

Activist Islanda Micherline on the coup and grassroots struggle in Haiti

Islanda Micherline spoke to Capire about the alarming situation faced by the Haitian people and calls for solidarity with the country

Haiti’s Prime Minister resigns and the crisis of the de-facto government deepens

The resignation of Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe deepens the political crisis within the government and adds to the internal disagreements in the ruling far-right Haitian Tèt Kale Party