Audio and Video Posts

The sugar plantation family owner in the Dominican Republic portrayed in the 2009 documentary film 'The Price of Sugar' has long...
Inside Story Americas on Al Jazeera on Feb 2, 2012 features a 30-minute panel discussion on the decision of a Haitian judge on January 30...
Kim Ives is one of the founders of the weekly newspaper Haiti Liberté, where he is a writer and editor. He was a lead writer in...
This link is a 14-minute interview with Haiti Liberté editor Kim Ives on CKUW at the University of Winnipeg, January 25, 2012....
1. Two Years After Quake, Many Haitians Await Aid It was two years ago this month that a 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, killing hundreds...
Video of Human Rights Day Protest of Cholera Victims in St. Marc, Haiti The Bureau des Avocats Internationaux has posted a 10 minute...
HAITI: WHERE DID THE MONEY GO? Millions of People gave Billions of Dollars. Why are at least 600,000 Haitians Still Living in...
Six years in the making and filmed clandestinely under the Duvalier dictatorship, Bitter Cane is a timeless documentary classic about the...
The Tonton Macoutes, their rise, their fall, and who was responsible This two-part video, totalling 20 minutes, was produced in 1988-89...
In June 2011, a delegation of three Canadians traveled through the earthquake zone in Haiti on a fact-finding and solidarity mission....
IJDH Attorney Nicole Phillips Speaks to U.S. Public Radio, broadcast on Worldview , WBEZ Radio (Chicago), Nov. 21, 2011 Although it...
Roger Annis, Director of the Canadian Delegation to Haiti and coordinator of the Canada Haiti Action Network October 19, Noon-1:15...
You can listen to a 17-minute interview with Roger Annis in Halifax, Nova Scotia on October 2, 2011 by journalist Miles Howe....
Members of a Canadian fact-finding mission that visited Haiti in June 2011 reported on its findings to a public forum in Winnipeg,...