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Like many people, I was surprised to hear of Edward Snowden’s decision to leave his job and move toward Hong Kong in search of a…View More Edward Snowden: A Healing Voice By Jacques Depelchin
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10 years since the 2004 Coup … 210 years since Haiti’s Revolution Haiti Action Committee sent the following letter earlier in February 2014 Monument to…View More International Days in Solidarity with the Haitian People: February 23 – March 8, 2014
article & photos by Marilyn Langlois Left: Discussion group and street scene on the Paseo de Martí, Havana. Right: Discussion group at the Aristide Foundation…View More Thank you, Haiti! Thank you, Cuba!
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