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Building Bridges
Weekly Program
Les Leopold, award-winning author; cofounded and directs the Labor Institute in NYC; Kim Ives, An Editor of Haiti Liberte
 Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg  Contact Contributor
Runaway Inequality: An Activist s Guide To Economic Justice
Les Leopold, award-winning author; cofounded and directs the Labor Institute in NYC; conducts and shares economic educational programs to help fight runaway inequality

There is nothing in the economic universe that will automatically rescue us from runaway inequality. There is no pendulum, no invisible political force that naturally will swing back towards economic fairness Either we wage a large-scale battle for economic, social and environmental justice or we will witness the continued deterioration of the world we inhabit. The arc of capitalism does not bend towards justice . We must bend it. Leopold s Runaway Inequality puts the facts in our hands so we can grasp what is really going on in our economy " and what we can do about it.
Election that bodes ill for the Haitian people!
Kim Ives, An Editor of Haiti Liberte

To prevent the Haitian people from celebrating the Bicentennial of the country s 1804 independence, the International Community unleashed a vast media campaign of propaganda against the then government. The end result was not only the landing of a group of mercenaries from the neighboring Dominican Republic, under the control of the CIA, but also a brutal, and bloody coup. Since then, France, the United States and Canada have occupied Haiti under the flag of the United Nations and one current manifestation of imperialist domination was these governments without consulting the Haitian people deciding that there would be an election. Huge sums of money have been freed up for this event, while the victims of the earthquake are still housed under makeshift tents and tarps with little or no protection against heavy rains, not to mention hurricanes. Kim Ives an editor of Haiti Liberte the largest Haitian weekly newspaper, distributed throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Haiti talks about the political situation on the ground in Haiti and the upcoming elections, as the campaign season for the final round of Haiti's elections is concluding and as of yet the second-place finisher in the presidential vote still hasn't decided whether he will participate in a runoff or continue to press for a recount in an election that has already been shown to have been patently fraudulent
produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
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