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This is What Unconditional Solidarity Looks Like: Cuban Medical Brigade Has Treated 345,000 Haitians

May 7, 2010



Haiti Union Leader Interview: “We’re Looking for Solidarity. Charity We’re Not Interested In.”

April 26, 2010


  CUPE BC President Barry O’Neill (left) and Secretary Treasurer Mark Hancock with Dukens Raphael, April 24, 2010. Interview with Haiti union leader Dukens Raphael in Vancouver During the 47th annual convention (April 21-24) of the British Columbia division of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, CUPE Communications sat down with international guest speaker Dukens Raphael, secretary-general of […]

Cuban FM Speech at Haiti Donor Meeting — This is What Serious Solidarity Looks Like

April 1, 2010


Cuban FM, Bruno Rodriguez Parilla, at 3/31 Haiti donors’ confernce, United Nations   Most of the participants in yesterday’s donor meeting repeated one another and pledged money that may or may not  be donated to Haiti reconstruction.  In stark contrast, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez had to race through his speech in order to cover the long list […]

US Doctors Leave Haiti as Cubans Expand Care

March 10, 2010


THE MILITANT Vol. 74/No. 10 March 15, 2010 U.S. doctors leave Haiti as Cubans expand care BY CINDY JAQUITH With thousands in Haiti still in critical need of medical care, the U.S. government is pulling out the doctors it is responsible for. Meanwhile, the Cuban government is expanding its medical mission to Haiti and urging […]

CHAVEZ: ALBA Countries to Re-Build Haiti – “Not Going to Let the Gringo Empire Take Over Haiti”

January 24, 2010


WALL STREET JOURNAL JANUARY 24, 2010, 3:15 P.M. ET. Venezuela Has Leftist-Led Plans To Help Rebuild Haiti By Dan Molinski Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES CARACAS (Dow Jones)–Venezuela said Sunday that it and its leftist allies are going to help re-build earthquake-torn Haiti, perhaps challenging similar re-construction plans being largely led by the U.S. and the […]