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video In San Francisco: on the phone to Port-au-Prince: Vive Titide! (video/quicktime 31.2MB) - by Bill Carpenter
Seven-minute QT movie. 33MB.
Posted: Sun Mar 20, 2011 10:47AM
video SF Live TV - Pierre Labossiere: The Kidnap & Exile of President Aristide (video/mp4 14.6MB) - by Kiilu Nyasha, Freedom is a Constant Struggle
Pierre Labossiere, a Haitian national, co-founder of the Haiti Action Committee, has been a long-time social-justice activist and advocate for the Lavalas Party of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, currently exiled in South Africa. Pierre has also been active in the campaigns to free political prisoners in Haiti and the U.S.
Posted: Sun Aug 8, 2010 4:46PM
video part 2
(Attachment On: SF Live TV - Pierre Labossiere: The Kidnap & Exile of President Aristide)
(video/mp4 13.3MB) - by Kiilu Nyasha, Freedom is a Constant Struggle
Posted: Sun Aug 8, 2010 4:46PM
video SF Live TV - Pierre Labossiere: Revolutionary Haitian History (video/mp4 22.2MB) - by Kiilu Nyasha, Freedom is a Constant Struggle
Pierre Labossiere, a Haitian national, co-founder of the Haiti Action Committee, has been a long-time social-justice activist and advocate for the Lavalas Party of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, currently exiled in South Africa. Pierre has also been active in the campaigns to free political prisoners in Haiti and the U.S.
Posted: Sat Mar 20, 2010 5:04PM
video part 2
(Attachment On: SF Live TV - Pierre Labossiere: Revolutionary Haitian History)
(video/mp4 22.2MB) - by Kiilu Nyasha, Freedom is a Constant Struggle
Posted: Sat Mar 20, 2010 5:04PM
video part 3
(Attachment On: SF Live TV - Pierre Labossiere: Revolutionary Haitian History)
(video/mp4 17.1MB) - by Kiilu Nyasha, Freedom is a Constant Struggle
Posted: Sat Mar 20, 2010 5:04PM
video SF Live TV - Pierre Labossiere: Haiti's Heroic History (video/mp4 22.7MB) - by Kiilu Nyasha, Freedom is a Constant Struggle
Pierre Labossiere, a Haitian national, co-founder of the Haiti Action Committee, has been a long-time social-justice activist and supporter of the Lavalas Party of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, currently exiled in South Africa.
Posted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 3:08PM
video part 2
(Attachment On: SF Live TV - Pierre Labossiere: Haiti's Heroic History)
(video/mp4 22.7MB) - by Kiilu Nyasha, Freedom is a Constant Struggle
Posted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 3:08PM
video part 3
(Attachment On: SF Live TV - Pierre Labossiere: Haiti's Heroic History)
(video/mp4 17.0MB) - by Kiilu Nyasha, Freedom is a Constant Struggle
Posted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 3:08PM
video MARINES OUT! Solidarity with the Haitian People! (video/quicktime 52.9MB) - by Bill Carpenter
Berkeley Marines Recruiting Station hosted the Haitian Action Committee beginning at 7:30am Friday, February 29, 2008. Four-minute QT movie. 53MB.
Posted: Fri Feb 29, 2008 8:45PM
video Rally To Save Lovinsky Pierre-Antoine! Pt. 2 (video/quicktime 56.4MB) - by Ben Terrall & Bill Carpenter
Robert Roth speaks at rally at Market & Montgomery, San Francisco. September 18, 2007. Four-minute QT movie. 56MB.
Posted: Sun Sep 23, 2007 11:46AM
video Rally To Save Lovinsky Pierre-Antoine! (video/quicktime 41.8MB) - by Ben Terrall & Bill Carpenter
Rally at Market & Montgomery, September 18, 2007. Three-minute QT movie. 42MB.
Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2007 11:53AM
video Haiti Action: Twenty Arested at SF's Federal Building (video/quicktime 28.3MB) - by Bill Carpenter
International Day of Solidarity with the Haitian People. San Francisco Federal Building. September 30, 2005. Four-minute QT movie. 28MB.
Posted: Sun Oct 2, 2005 1:31PM
video The UN troops in Haiti (video/quicktime 9.7MB) - by Bill Carpenter
Seth Donnelly reports on his trip to Haiti.On the way to the Brazilian Consulate the marchers met a Local 2 UniteHERE demonstration. One-minute QT movie. 10MB
Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2005 6:47PM
video March to Brazilian Consulate in San Francisco (video/quicktime 18.2MB) - by Bill Carpenter
After the rally at Powell and Market, the demonstration moved down Market to Montgomery and then the Brazilian Consulate. Three-minute QT movie. 18MB.
Posted: Sun Jul 24, 2005 2:42PM
video UN Massacres in Haiti: Emergency Protest in San Francisco: July 21 (video/quicktime 17.9MB) - by Bill Carpenter
Audio of speeches given at Powell & Market. (People then marched to the Brazilian Consulate at 300 Montgomery.) July 21, 2005. There should be lots of video coming of the rally as there were half-a-dozen videographers -- not even counting the SF police. Twenty-seven minute QT audio file. 18MB.
Posted: Fri Jul 22, 2005 7:10AM
video Haiti Action Rally in UN Plaza (video/quicktime 14.0MB) - by Bill Carpenter
The vigil continues today (Tuesday, March 29th) at United Nations Plaza in San Francisco culminating in a ceremony at Civic Center Plaza (across from City Hall. Three-minute QT video. 14MB.
Posted: Tue Mar 29, 2005 12:38PM
video Jean Charles Moise
(Attachment On: Beloved Haitian Mayor Continues to Serve his Community from Hiding)
(video/x-msvideo 3.9MB) - by Sasha Kramer
A jubilant Jean Charles Moise joins the crowd at the demonstration after months in hiding. Demonstrators quickly surrounded him, protecting him with their bodies.
Posted: Tue Dec 21, 2004 5:02PM
video Moise speaks at Vetiere
(Attachment On: Beloved Haitian Mayor Continues to Serve his Community from Hiding)
(video/x-msvideo 9.9MB) - by Sasha Kramer
The crowd ushered Moise to the monument of Vetiere that commemorates the defeat of Napolean's army in 1804. Moise spoke atop the monument before a crowd of thousands of screaming supporters.
Posted: Tue Dec 21, 2004 5:02PM
video Video clip from demonstration
(Attachment On: Peaceful Demonstration in Cap Haitien a Success despite Ongoing Repression)
(video/x-msvideo 13.2MB) - by Sasha Kramer
The only radio station to report on the demonstration in Port au Prince said that several hundred people attended the demonstration, a figure easily discredited by this video footage.
Posted: Tue Dec 21, 2004 4:12PM

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