Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Attacks on Camp Mozayik

On December 7, 2013, the people of the Mozayik community in Canaan, Haiti were violently evicted from their makeshift homes.  Haitian police beat many of them, including a pregnant woman, and later came back with bulldozers to finish destroying the homes.

“Mozayik” is a 31-minute documentary about the people of the Mozayik community, their eviction in May 2012 and their resettlement into Canaan:

This 5-minute video was taken the day the police came to evict Mozayik residents.  In the comments, Mona Augustin (community leader) asks for justice and reparations for the residents:

This 46-second video features testimonies of people living in Mozayik, the day after bulldozers were used to destroy their homes:

Click HERE to find out how you can help prevent such evictions in the future.

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