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 Kim Ives

Kim Ives is a writer and editor with Haiti Libert newspaper and a documentary filmmaker who has directed and worked on many films about Haiti (Bitter Cane, The Coup Continues, Rezistans). He also works with the Haiti Support Network (HSN) and has led numerous delegations to Haiti. He frequently speaks about Haiti before church, student, and community audiences and on Haitian and U.S. radio programs. He is also a producer and host with the program "Haiti: The Struggle Continues" on WBAI 99.5 FM in New York.

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There should be no more need for a UN force, now that it has trained about 16,000 Haitian police as its replacement. There is, however, money in cholera and rigged elections.
women pick their way down a muddy street in Aux Cayes after hurricane Matthew. 'After their experience of the last six years, the Haitian People are justified in being wary of foreigners bearing gifts but whose policies have always undermined Haiti's ...

In the third segment "By Any Means Necessary" is joined by Kim Ives, Editor of Haiti Liberte to talk about the aftermath of hurricane Matthew on Haiti. Kim Ives also talks about the devastating role of the US military, the Clintons, and the UN on Haiti ...
The images and accounts of Haiti's devastation following hurricane Matthew's passage on October 4 are gut-wrenching.
hurricane Matthew caused catastrophic damage in the Caribbean nation and officials said 1.5 million people are in dire need. Some estimates put the death toll over 1,000 and fears of a cholera outbreak are growing.
... The Guardian, and especially the BBC News, they appear to be on a campaign to rehabilitate the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) that have been discredited by their conduct after Haiti's earthquake of 2010, as described by journalist Kim Ives.

hurricane Matthew, a Category 4 storm with sustained winds of 140 mph, slammed into Haiti's southern peninsula in the early morning hours of Tuesday, Oct. 4, leaving a swath of ripped-off roofs, stripped trees, raging rivers and flooded streets.
But why was a report on the outbreak suppressed for almost a year, and does it only scratch the surface of UN abuses in Haiti? Writer Kim Ives and Sienne Merope-Synge, Be Just Fellow at the Institute for Justice & democracy in Haiti, assess the role ...
... organization bears some of the responsibility for the 2010 cholera outbreak in Haiti that killed 10,000. Radio Sputnik discusses with Sienne Merope-Syngeof of the Institute for Justice & democracy and writer Kim Ives what abuses the UN is ...
As Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff moves closer to being impeached, analyst Kim Ives speaks to Radio Sputnik's Loud & Clear about the hidden political machinations behind the country's unrest.
On 1 June 2011, the Nation headlined "Wikileaks Haiti: Let Them Live on $3 a Day," and Dan Coughlin and Kim Ives reported that, "contractors for Fruit of the Loom, Hanes and Levi's worked in close concert with the US Embassy when they aggressively ...
Finally, we turn to Haiti and speak to journalist and filmmaker Kim Ives about President Michel Martelly leaving office over the weekend.
Having overruled the Provisional Electoral Council of Haiti, "they more or less brought Martelly in through illegal means", Ives told Loud & Clear host Brian Becker.
en2 Last week's U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee hearing on Haiti did not turn into a partisan scuffle as we had expected.
(Kim Ives and Tercier Daniel, facebook). The protesters were so charged up that when CIMO personnel carriers pushed through the crowds, they pushed back, according to videos circulating on Facebook.
The last proposal will surely be found particularly galling: "To guarantee the protection of the members of the Tet Kale (Bald Headed) executive against all harassing and wrongful prosecution.
Is Haiti heading toward a death squad government? Or another revolution? In the second segment, Becker is joined by Kim Ives, internationally recognized journalist with Haiti Liberte, for an eyewitness account of the protests that have demanded new ...

The last proposal will surely be found particularly galling: "To guarantee the protection of the members of the Tet Kale (Bald Headed) executive against all harassing and wrongful prosecution.
The last proposal will surely be found particularly galling: "To guarantee the protection of the members of the Tet Kale (Bald Headed) executive against all harassing and wrongful prosecution.
Is Haiti heading toward a death squad government? Or another revolution? In the second segment, Becker is joined by Kim Ives, internationally recognized journalist with Haiti Liberte, for an eyewitness account of the protests that have demanded new ...
The tumultuous day forced Haiti's Provisional Electoral Council (CEP), six of whose nine members have now resigned in disgrace or disgust, to indefinitely cancel the third round of widely denounced elections, which had been scheduled for Jan. 24.
In the weeks and months leading up to the 100th anniversary of that fateful day, activists in Haiti and its diaspora held demonstrations and conferences.
"I believe that Haiti is of vital interest to Florida, to the United States, and to the entire Western Hemisphere," said Rubio in his prepared statement.
On July 15, arch-conservative presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, a Florida Republican, will preside over a meeting of the U.S.
Lawyers Brian Concannon, Jr. (center) and Mario Joseph (right), among others, outside the courthouse after the Oct. 23, 2014, hearing before Judge J. Paul Oetken in Manhattan.
This week marked the 25th anniversary of the historic Apr. 20, 1990 march by over 150,000 Haitians across the Brooklyn Bridge (literally shaking it) into downtown Manhattan (image, left).
Port-au-Prince, Haiti (sentinel.ht) - Dessalines Coordination (KOD) in a press note Monday said it was continuing the mobilization against elections with Michel Martelly as Head of State.
After returning to Haiti in September 2012, he led a low-profile life running a construction company. In 2001, as the George W. Bush administration began targeting Aristide officials like Oriel, a few dozen heavily armed paramilitary "rebels," led by ...
On September 2012, gunmen killed Oriel Jean, President Jean-Bertrand Aristide's former security chief from 2001 to 2003, in Port-au-Prince.
Oriel, who was known to his friends as "Roro," had returned to Haiti in September 2013 after spending about seven years working as a parking lot attendant at the Ft.
Oriel, who was known to his friends as "Roro," had returned to Haiti in September 2013 after spending about seven years working as a parking lot attendant at the Ft.
Oriel, who was known to his friends as "Roro," had returned to Haiti in September 2013 after spending about seven years working as a parking lot attendant at the Ft.
Joli-Fils complained that the Haitian police do not have sufficient resources to overcome the turf wars which have flared since October 2014 and called on the national government to intervene quickly so as to prevent the situation from becoming even worse.
This past week, Haitians in Port-au-Prince were already grieving after at least 18 people died in a Carnaval stampede at around 2 a.m.
This past week, Haitians in Port-au-Prince were already grieving after at least 18 people died in a Carnaval stampede at around 2 a.m.
This construction project, to be carried out by a Dominican construction firm under a contested no-bid contract, was to be funded with $174 million of the more than $13 billion in international aid pledged to Haiti after the earthquake. The sign, along ...
This construction project, to be carried out by a Dominican construction firm under a contested no-bid contract, was to be funded with $174 million of the more than $13 billion in international aid pledged to Haiti after the earthquake. The sign, along ...
28 to announce his formation of an "advisory commission" made up of 11 people whom he called "credible, honest, and trusted by society" to provide him "in eight days" with "a recommendation" on what path to take out of Haiti's political imbroglio ...


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