Tens of thousands of Haitians have been taking to the streets to protest Neo-colonialist US-backed dictator Jovenel Moïse, who has refused to step down after the official end of his term. The Haitian people have risen up against this latest attempt by those in power and their supporters in the US government and the OAS to sabotage democracy.
Join CODEPINK for an online exhibit to express solidarity with the people in Haiti who are in struggle for democracy, justice, and reparations. To participate, please submit artwork-- poems, songs, music, videos and other forms of art expressing solidarity with Haiti. All mediums welcome, videos not to exceed 7 minutes. Please include the title of work, full name and/ or band name, country, organization (optional), social media handle (optional) to [email protected]
Information: Title of work, full name and/ or band name, country, organization (optional), social media handle (optional).
Submission format: A3 (portrait orientation); .jpg (300dpi)
Submission: [email protected]
One submission per medium. All mediums welcome, videos not to exceed 7 minutes.
The submissions are not meant to be owned or sold, but to be displayed, reproduced, multiplied, and socialised online for a broad public.
For Biden Administration, Black Lives Don’t Matter in Haiti!—A BAP Statement on Haiti (February 12, 2021)
The people of Haiti are fighting for power, for the ability to determine their own destiny. Stand with them. Stand with us. Fight for freedom and for a new reality in Haiti and the world.
No Compromise, No Retreat!