Pan-Africanism : A Pan Carribbean/ Pan African concern is needed to assist Haiti

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A Pan African concern is needed to assist Haiti, not just financially, but policing as well

a Black united security force is needed in places like Haiti, and Jamaica instead of foreign, UN , and corporate goon squads who have been on record for commiting atrocities themselves


Thousands of Haitians Face Risk of Forcible Evictions from Temporary Camps
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It’s been over seven months since Haiti’s devastating earthquake left up to 300,000 dead and displaced over 1.5 million. Only a small fraction of the displaced have found new homes, and those who’ve found shelter in temporary camps now face a new round of displacement. According to Haitian community groups, thousands of Haitians are at risk of forcible eviction from some of the 1,300 camps established since the quake. The evictions come at a time when reports show a rising number of rapes and sexual abuse in the aftermath of the quake, especially in the camps for the internally displaced.
http://www.democracynow.org/2010/8/17/thousands_of_haitians_face_risk_of
 

Ankhur

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A Pan African concern is needed to assist Haiti, not just financially, but policing as well

a Black united security force is needed in places like Haiti, and Jamaica instead of foreign, UN , and corporate goon squads who have been on record for commiting atrocities themselves


Thousands of Haitians Face Risk of Forcible Evictions from Temporary Camps
Haiti-camp

It’s been over seven months since Haiti’s devastating earthquake left up to 300,000 dead and displaced over 1.5 million. Only a small fraction of the displaced have found new homes, and those who’ve found shelter in temporary camps now face a new round of displacement. According to Haitian community groups, thousands of Haitians are at risk of forcible eviction from some of the 1,300 camps established since the quake. The evictions come at a time when reports show a rising number of rapes and sexual abuse in the aftermath of the quake, especially in the camps for the internally displaced.
http://www.democracynow.org/2010/8/17/thousands_of_haitians_face_risk_of
The AU has mentioned assisance as well as the statements made by Senegal and other nations, also CARICOM, and the Bolivaran Revolutionaries, of South America,
but a Garvey type,
global effort is needed to assist in this emergency
 

Ankhur

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The AU has mentioned assisance as well as the statements made by Senegal and other nations, also CARICOM, and the Bolivaran Revolutionaries, of South America,
but a Garvey type,
global effort is needed to assist in this emergency
now with Wyclef Jean off the ballot, and the Lavalas party still, persona non grata,

the nationis left open for imperialists,

all the more reason for a national and Pan African concern to deisign and create methodologies to save Haitit, from IMF vultures
 

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