Washington: Protest Again US Policies in Haiti


Join us in demanding that the Biden administration stop supporting the corrupt and lawless regime in Haiti

Haiti’s people have been protesting for months against a regime that has made normal life unbearable; is guilty of rampant corruption and collaboration with gangs; is implicated in the former president’s assassination; and is subjecting them to conditions of injustice, violence, and despair.

With Haitians facing unprecedentedly horrific conditions, too little attention has been paid to the reality that the Biden administration is propping up a repressive regime that has caused this crisis, thereby preventing the possible formation of a legitimate transitional government as proposed by Haiti’s robust civil society.

The United States needs to let a genuine Haitian solution to the crisis emerge.

On October 9, we will stand in solidarity with Haiti’s valiant and determined people in their calls for an end to this regime, which would fall without U.S. support.  We must stop our years-long anti-democratic policy of hand-picking Haiti’s leaders and propping up repressive regimes in Haiti. [ENDORSE THE PROTEST]

1804 Institute
Ansara Family Fund
Beyond Borders
Black Alliance for Peace – Haiti/Americas Team
Center for Gender & Refugee Studies
Church Women United in New York State
Communities United for Status and Protection
Community Asylum Seekers Project
CUNY Haitian Studies Institute – Brooklyn College
Defend Haiti’s Democracy (DHD)
Denver Justice and Peace Committee
Diaspora Community Services
Elmont Cultural Center
Faith in Action International
Faith in Florida
Faith Strategies
Families for Freedom
Family Action Network Movement
Felician Family Sisters
Florida Immigrant Coalition
Forum Haitien Pour la Paix et le Development Durable
Franciscan Action Network
Friends of Matènwa
Gender Action
Haiti Dream Keeper Archives
Haiti Justice Alliance
Haiti Solidarity Network NE
Haitian American Foundation for Educational & Cultural Exchange
Haitian Bridge Alliance
Haitian Neighborhood Center, Sant La
Haitian Political Conference (NJ)
Holy Cross International Justice Office
Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti
Institute for Research & Education on Human Rights
Jemez Peacemakers
La Iglesia del Pueblo-Kairos Center
La Troupe Makandal, Inc.
MA Communities Action Network
Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns
Mercy Focus on Haiti
Migrant, Immigrant, & Refugee Rights Alliance (MIRR Alliance)
N’COBRA International Affairs Commission
NAACP (South Dade Branch)
National Lawyers Guild International Committee
New England Human Rights Organization
New Jersey Forum for Human Rights
Newman Catholic Community at Eastern Illinois University
NJ State Industrial Union Council
Pax Christi Metro New York Inc.
Pax Christi USA
Pax Christi—Manasota Chapter (FL)
PICO California
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Quixote Center
Roots of Development
Sisters of Charity Federation
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas Justice Team
St. Bartholomew Catholic Church
United Front of the Haitian Diaspora
Unlocking Communities
Veterans for Peace chapter 90
Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA)
Wind of the Spirit Immigrant Resource Center
Witness at the Border
Zanmi Lakay


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