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"Haiti: We Have Dared To Be Free" A conversation with Camille Chalmers

"Haiti: We Have Dared To Be Free" A conversation with Camille Chalmers

Published by 1804 Books, <Notebook No. 1 on Haiti> has been released!

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Haiti: We Have Dared to Be Free," is an analysis of Haiti’s current context, the implications of US imperialism for democracy, and the state of popular struggles.

On February 15th, 2021, The People’s Forum hosted a conversation with Mamryah Dougé-Prosper, Camille Chalmers and Sabine Lamour, all Haitian activists and organizers who provided analysis of Haiti’s current context, the implications of US imperialism for democracy, and the state of popular struggles. From that conversation, we share the remarks made by Camille Chalmers, a dear comrade of many internationalist battles and key leader of the Haitian left. He is a founding member of the socialist party Rasin Kan Pèp La. In 2019, along with other democratic and progressive forces, Rasin Kan Pèp La initiated the People’s Patriotic Front to mobilize against the Jovenel Moïse regime.

Download, share, and read for free, in English and Spanish: https://politicaleducation.peoplesforum.org/notebooks/haiti-we-have-dared-to-be-free

Additional titles on 1804 Books to learn about the Haitian Revolution:

The Common Wind book 

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