We know their names, and where they were. But no one has given a public explanation for what several former elite U.S. service members were doing in Haiti — and why they were driving without [...]
The following is a lightly edited compilation of a thread posted on Twitter a couple days ago by Jake Johnston, International Research Associate at the Center for Economic and Policy Research [...]
Kim Ives of Haiti Liberté unravels how the new Haitian revolt entangles Duvalier style corruption of money stolen from Venezuela’s PetroCaribe program and subtle US intervention. More here »
Thousands of protesters took to the streets in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, demanding the resignation of President Jovenel Moise, who has been blamed for the country’s economic [...]
Anti-corruption protest in Haiti turns into referendum on Haitian president BY JACQUELINE CHARLES November 18, 2018 06:24 PM Updated November 19, 2018 08:07 AM As Haiti commemorated the 215th [...]
Susie Krabacher tells a story of kindness and the importance of being kind and patient with others around you.
In this video, Susie describes her journey from sexual abuse victim as a child, to her professional modeling career to establishing a very successful not for profit in Haiti. Her work in [...]
HaitiChildren Arrives! After months of planning and praying and imagining what it would be like when five of our children and Madam Erline arrived at JFK Airport they were finally here and [...]
As a follow-up to my blog post on July 2, 2018 including the CNN article on child trafficking, I wanted to share more international media exposure on this issue.
CNN states that donating to the wrong Haitian non-profit organization could support child trafficking
We have been talking about this issue for many years and are happy that CNN has revealed the truth about problems we witness all too often. As CNN mentioned, there is active brokering of children [...]