Social Studies - Charter School Research Library
The U.S. invasion of Haiti is ramping up as American armored vehicles attack the fuel blockades in Port-au-Prince. Redacted interviewed opposition leader Jimmy Cherizier who warns a U.S. invasion of Haiti would be devastating for his country. Dan Cohen filed this important report from the capital city of Haiti.
"Haitians do not want U.S. boots on the ground but it seems to be eminent. Independent journalist Dan Cohen joins Clayton Morris on Redacted News from Haiti today where he is watching the people's uprising. Dan's new documentary on Uncaptured Media just dropped today and he continues to bring us the story with the context we are missing from the mainstream media.
Reps. James Comer and Jim Jordan hold a press conference announcing the investigation of Hunter Biden.
‘Another Vision: Inside Haiti’s Uprising’ tells the story of Jimmy ‘Barbecue’ Cherizier and the Revolutionary Forces of the G9 Family and Allies, the armed neighborhood federation in the crosshairs of the U.S. empire. Episode 1 investigates Cherizier’s transformation to revolutionary leader, the multi-faceted disinformation campaign waged against him by the US government and Haitian oligarchy, and how his neighborhood is punished for its resistance.
Join me to learn how one major event changed the course of Haiti's history, and lead it to becoming the nation it is today. The intervention of France and the United States into Haiti's finances is any interesting story about how wealth can be extracted from a country, long after the soldiers have left.
This interview with Cynthia Mckinney on Blockreportradio gives an in-depth look into the history of Haiti as well as the conflicts and powers that contributed to the devastation of the earthquake.
The U.S. is ramping up its invasion of Haiti without many allies in the project. We speak to independent journalist Dan Cohen about the latest in this conflict and what rebels have done to thwart Western influence.
Haiti is near the United States with fertile land and cheap labor that American business tycoons find attractive. In November 1914, the US Navy Department drew up a proposal called: “Plan for Landing and Occupying the City of Port-au-Prince” that outlined measures to take control of the capital of Haiti; and also set forth an official public rationale to invade.”
This black and white film is one of the episodes of "Yesterday's Newsreels", an early 1950s TV show made from the General Newsreel collection. It features four segments of historic highlights. Marines Help Haiti 1915-1920. Port-Au-Prince Haiti is shown in 1915. The streets of the marketplace are crowded with people. An American flag is raised by U.S. Marines. A band marches. The Marines practice drills with guns, play horseshoes, and box. Lines of hungry people are fed.
After decades of struggle, the independent Republic of Haiti was officially proclaimed in 1804.
CSPAN INTERVIEW WITH CLAUDE ANDERSON ON A REPARATIONS MODEL
Audley (Queen Mother) Moore, an African American black nationalist, was born in New Iberia, Louisiana in 1898. In 1919 she joined Marcus Garvey's black nationalist movement, and in the 1920s, moved to New York City to work in Garvey's Universal Negro Improvement Association. In the 1950s she founded the Universal Association of Ethiopian Women, and tutored the young Malcolm X. In 1963 she established a Reparations Committee to advocate compensatory payment to descendants of slaves.
LIBERIA WAS TIED UP FOR 99 YEARS!
Stephen Darby - THE FULFILLMENT OF ABRAHAM'S PROPHECY
A Membership Appeal to the Negro Citizens and African Citizens Communities League of the World.
"The Black Skin is not a badge of shame, but rather a glorious symbol of National Greatness."
Marcus Garvey Speaks! "Explanation of the Objectives of the Universal Negro Improvement Association" 1921. "Explanation of the Objects of the Universal Negro Improvement Association" is a studio recording made by African-American leader Marcus Garvey in New York in July 1921, and adapted from his longer speech "A Membership Appeal from Marcus Garvey to the Negro Citizens of New York."
The Unmaking of a Negro! From a Garveyite to a Communist to a Reparationist
RASHAD HASAN SPEAKS ON THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF BLACK INVENTORS TO THE UNITED STATES AND MORE!
The Black Wall Street Massacre began on Memorial Day, May 31, 1921, when mobs of white terrorists attacked Black residents and businesses of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It has been called "the single worst incident of racial violence in American history.” The attack, carried out on the ground and from private aircraft, destroyed more than 40 square blocks of the district at that time it was the wealthiest Black community in the United States. John Bradshaw explains the even