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Untangling Strands of Hope in Haiti

May 2005

From March 30-April 6, 2005, I traveled to Haiti with several colleagues to meet with representatives of social movements, human rights organizations, and alternative development groups in Port-au-Prince and the Central Plateau. Everywhere we went people were working hard to overcome the challenges that Haiti faces — fierce poverty, failing infrastructure, a plenitude of men with guns, and a long history of national leaders and international interventions that haven’t had the interests of the people of Haiti at heart.

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