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Documentaries about Haiti in the Library

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Failing Haiti
Call Number: DVD BOT-1085
Haiti, a nation forged by a slave rebellion 200 years ago, still carries the scars of its independence and abandonment. Subjected to an endless stream of tyrannical regimes, Haiti appeared to emerge from oppression and dictatorship with the return of a charismatic young priest who defied a brutal military regime, only to be swallowed once again in despair and dependency. The film provides a brief history of Haiti, followed by events of 2004-2005, using news footage and stills.

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A work-in-progress : human rights in Haiti
Call Number: DVD BOT-1161
A Work in Progress is the story of a people facing the challenge of building a society respectful of human rights. In a blend of historical footage, interviews, and artwork, this film takes viewers through the history of the Haitian people and their struggle for their rights. The film focuses on some of the victims of the more than 40,000 human rights violations that have taken place in this troubled country. The UN observers are instituting new methods to help the Haitians learn to protect and promote human rights.

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