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SF Labor Council Resolution: Deliver Earthquake Aid to Haiti and Respect the Sovereignty of the Haitian People!

March 4, 2010


San Francisco Labor Council Resolution – Adopted March 1, 2010 by the Executive Committee of the San Francisco Labor Council Deliver Earthquake Aid to Haiti and Respect the Sovereignty of the Haitian People! WHEREAS, President Obama has promised that “the people of Haiti will have the full support of the United States in the […]

CNN in Haiti, Unable to Use “Cuban,” Figures “Spanish” is Close Enough

February 11, 2010


Dr. Sanjay Gupta must be a Cubaphobe as well.  A week or so ago, he lamented that Haiti graduates only 80 doctors each year and, with the earthquake, there would be fewer Haitian doctors overall and health care would suffer.  Now, Gupta, being a doc, knows full well that there is a medical school in […]

Kevin Pina, Reporting from on the Ground in Haiti – Summary of His Monday, Feb. 1 Report

February 2, 2010


  US MARINES POINTING GUNS AT UNARMED, PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATORS, MAY 2004.  KEVIN PINA IS THE GUY TO THE LEFT HOLDING CAMERA AND WEARING A WHITE SHIRT AND JEANS   KEVIN PINA REPORTING FROM THE GROUND IN HAITI Kevin Pina, journalist and documentary filmmaker, has been reporting on Haiti for 20 years. The following is a summary of […]

US Army Say P-au-P Airport Could Resume Civilian Flights “Within Weeks” – What Does This Mean in Lives Lost?

January 31, 2010


Quite a few, I believe.  Just think, it has only been a few weeks since the earthquake and we know many more lives could have been saved if the US  had not been made this a “military” only airport. In addition, while the US administration says the decision to quit transporting seriously injured Haitians to the US is not […]