Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

How did the cholera epidemic get so bad, and what’s next?

Journalist Kim Ives and IJDH’s own Sienna Merope-Synge discuss the United Nations’ role in the cholera epidemic in Haiti in a radio segment on black resistance. This includes discussion of a U.S. Appeals Court’s decision to uphold UN immunity in the lawsuit that seeks justice for the epidemic. The interview starts at about 17:10. Black August Commemorates Four Centuries of African American Resistance Brian Becker, Sputnik August 22, 2016   Click HERE for the original posting.

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