"Ayiti Leve Kanpe" on Radio Lakay International

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"Ayiti Leve Kanpe" on Radio Lakay International

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[quote]The Haitian Left and the fall of Aristide

Komite Chalo Jaklen invites you to listen to "Ayiti Leve Kanpe" its weekly program on Radio Lakay International, 96.3 FM, SCA, http://www.radiolakay.com, Thursday, 9:00 - 10:00 p.m. ET.

This week, Marguerite Laurent of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network will talk about her recent visit to Haiti. She was part of a delegation that accompanied Congresswoman Maxine Waters that met with Prime Minister Neptune, as well as former Interior Minister Jocelerme Privert and former delegate Jacques Mathelier at Haiti's National Penitentiary.

And, as part of our series on the second coup d'état against President Aristide and its implications for the popular movement in Haiti, we will examine the role of the Haitian Left in the country's recent po
litical developments. Why did certain sectors of that Left align themselves with imperialism and their local lackeys? Can what's left of the Haitian Left recover from the current debacle and provide the necessary leadership for a country under occupation?

"Ayiti Leve Kanpe" is in Haitian Creole.

Please tune in, and tell your friends to tune in.
Thursday, 9:00 - 10:00 p.m. ET.
Radio Lakay International, 96.3 FM, SCA, in New York City
http://www.radiolakay.com[/quote]

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