Haiti: A Slave Revolution: 200 Years After 1804

Paperback | October 1, 2010

byRamsey Clark, Edwidge Danticat, Frederick Douglass

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Drawing from a wide range of authors, experts, and historical texts, this collection challenges historical stereotypes and counters 200 years of cultural myths and disinformation. These essays explain the background to the current crisis in Haiti, revealing the intertwined relationship between the United States and Haiti and the untold stories of the Haitian people’s resistance to U.S. aggression and occupations. Included are a time line, photo essay, author biographies, and bibliography. This revised edition also includes context surrounding the response to the tragic 2010 earthquake disaster.

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Drawing from a wide range of authors, experts, and historical texts, this collection challenges historical stereotypes and counters 200 years of cultural myths and disinformation. These essays explain the background to the current crisis in Haiti, revealing the intertwined relationship between the United States and Haiti and the untold...

Ramsey Clark was the U.S. Attorney General during the Lyndon Johnson administration, an international attorney, and a human rights advocate. He investigated the 1991 coup in Haiti against Aristide as a member of the Haiti Commission and has opposed U.S. military intervention around the world. He is a founder of the International Action...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:233 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.6 inPublished:October 1, 2010Publisher:World View ForumLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0974752142

ISBN - 13:9780974752143

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