Help for Haiti 4/11/10

Do all these earthquakes mean something?

Update for November 2, 2011: In Oklahoma, earthquakes could be a result of “fracking”, natural gas extraction. Story: here. Info from The US Geological Survey about earthquakes is here. Gives dates, magnitude, and info for recent summer 2011 Virginia and Colorado earthquakes. August, 2011, Earthquake analysis: Did fracking (gas and oil extraction) cause the Virginia […]

Haiti hit by second strong quake

KW: I am feeling it. I have had lots of tears over the last few days for the crisis in Haiti. Last night, my friend told me she had been crying, too.  Need to donate to and support Doctors Without Borders. Need to reach out to local community for people affected by earthquake – I […]

GP Prez Cand Cynthia McKinney: An Unwelcome Katrina Redux

President Obama’s response to the tragedy in Haiti has been robust in military deployment and puny in what the Haitians need most: food; first responders and their specialized equipment; doctors and medical facilities and equipment; and engineers, heavy equipment, and heavy movers.  Sadly, President Obama is dispatching Presidents Bush and Clinton, and thousands of Marines […]

Green Party US: Haiti relief must include peace, democracy, freedom from plunder

Greens Party US: Make peace, political self-determination, and economic self-sufficiency part of the US aid for post-earthquake Haiti Green Party leaders assert that aid to Haiti must not be delivered under the barrel of a US machine gun; Green Party thanks Obama for granting long overdue Temporary Protected Status to Haitians in the US Green […]

About the tragedy in Haiti…

For a website that is keeping up better than us with the situation in Haiti, you can check out our friend Roger Snyder’s site: News For Greens. Roger suggested two places to make charitable donations, which are organizations we like, too. For earthquake relief, and ongoing support, please consider donating to: Doctors Without Borders and/or […]

Seeds for Haiti

KW: Oops! I let an e-mail sit in my box too long, and  I missed telling folks about the big barbecue/film event tonight for Seeds for Haiti. Hope it went well. And, will try to get you word next time. If you are interested in ways to help Haiti, and keeping up with Seeds for […]

July 5th in NYC: Leaders of Haiti Movement and Guadelope Movement

The Brecht Forum is hosting Elie Domota and Fignole Saint-Cyr on Sunday July 5, 2009 from 2:00pm-6:00pm. The Brecht Forum is at: 451 West Street (between Bank & Bethune Streets) New York, NY 10014. Please alert everyone to come and bring guests. A message from our colleague Colia Clark: The crisis in Haiti and the […]

Cynthia McKinney radio interview from Haiti – April 8, 2009

Got this Facebook message from Tuesday night: From Cynthia McKinney: Buyer’s Remorse, Economic Collapse, Oligarchs, and War Hello!!! First of all, I’d like to announce that I’ll be on radio in the morning at 7:00 on Hodari’s show. I’ll be on live from Haiti. I hope those of you who can will tune in… […]

Guadeloupe: French Gov’t Backlash Targets Strike Leader Elie Domota

Your assistance is needed to help build a speakers tour for the voices of the workers of Guadeloupe, Martinique and Haiti. The French colonies of Guadeloupe and Martinique have successfully waged campaigns for workers and human rights and are now faced with French backlash. Haiti has been pushed to the cliffs of genocide. These three […]