Haiti’s Curse Is Neocolonialism

Over two centuries since enslaved Haitians broke their chains and declared a republic, their descendants remain subjugated by Western imperialism and its homegrown collaborators.

Depiction of the Battle of Ravine-à-Couleuvres in 1802, by Karl Girardet and Jean-Jacques Outhwaite. (Bettmann / Getty Images)

On the weekend of 14–15 August 2020, Haiti was struck by a massive earthquake which left a reported 2,000 people dead. This natural disaster, which was stronger in magnitude than the 2010 earthquake that led to the deaths of at least 222,500 people, was only made worse by the arrival of Storm Grace on the […]

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