Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

IJDH Aristide Film Screening and Discussion

Commemorate the 2004 Coup at IJDH’s film screening/discussion.



In commemoration of the 2004 Coup in Haiti and its aftermath, IJDH is screening Aristide and the Endless Revolution. This 2005 film documents Aristide’s terms as Haiti’s president, his exiles, and the controversy around the 2004 Coup. It includes extensive interviews with Aristide himself,as well as famous figures such as Noam Chomsky, Maxine Waters, and Danny Glover. After the film, Jean Senat Fleury will speak about his perspective on the Coup, particularly from a legal standpoint. Jean Senat Fleury was a long-serving Haitian judge who presided over the Raboteau Massacre Trial in 2000 before being forced off the bench by the Latortue regime.

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666 Dorchester Ave
Boston, MA 02127


March 3, 2014 7-9pm

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