Ayiti Kale Je – Haiti Grassroots Watch – HaÃ¯ti Veedor – English
The workers’ comments were backed up by a recent report from “Better Work,” an agency of the UN’s International Labor Organization, which found that half of the 22 assembly factories in the capital region were “in non-compliance” as far as working conditions were concerned, and that 16 of them did not have an “acceptable” temperature.
Tariq Ali: Hugo ChÃ¡vez and me | World news | The Guardian
Once I asked whether he preferred enemies who hated him because they knew what he was doing or those who frothed and foamed out of ignorance. He laughed. The former was preferable, he explained, because they made him feel that he was on the right track. Hugo ChÃ¡vez’s death did not come as a surprise, but that does not make it easier to accept.
ChÃ¡vez and the Dream for a Better World | venezuelanalysis.com
“ChÃ¡vez lives on in each of us,” wrote a solidarity activist from abroad.
Across the ethers friends posted their pictures of the Venezuelan president, or tweeted #Chavez with comments and links to memorable moments, like ChÃ¡vez’s 2006 UN General Assembly speech when he called president George W. Bush the Devil. Meanwhile, the opposition celebrated and mainstream editorials continued their media spin, decrying ChÃ¡vez as a despot who led the country to ruin, amid marginal gains for the poor.
Are women occupying new movements? | The Feminist Wire
At the recently concluded OpenForum, held in Cape Town South Africa, I was asked to speak to the question of whether ‘women are occupying new movements.
On the Legacy of Hugo ChÃ¡vez | The Nation
The press of course went into high dudgeon, and not just for the obvious reason that it’s one thing for opponents in the Middle East to call the United States the Great Satan and another thing for the president of a Latin American country to personally single out its president as Beelzebub, on US soil no less.
Inside a Haitian Women’s Prison | Mother Jones
Minors n adult women are in cells side by side at the women’s prison in P-ville Haiti. A 16 year old has been there 5 years for stealing
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