Ezili Danto

Ezili Danto
August 01
Ezili Dantò is an award winning playwright, a performance poet, author and human rights attorney. She was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and raised in the USA. She holds a BA from Boston College, a JD from the University of Connecticut School of law. She is a human rights lawyer, cultural and political activist and the founder and president of the Ezili’s Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network (HLLN). She runs the Haitian Perspectives on-line journal and the Ezili Dantò Newsletter. Ezili’s HLLN is the recognized leading and most trustworthy international voice in Haiti advocacy, human rights work, Haiti news and Haiti news analysis. HLLN’s work is central to those concerned with the welfare of the people of Haiti, Haiti capacity building, sovereignty, institutionalization of the rule of law, and justice and peace without occupation or militarization. Ezili Dantò is also an educator who specializes in teaching about the light and beauty of Haitian culture; the Symbolic and Archetypal Nature of Haitian Vodun; the illegality and immorality of forcing neoliberal policies on Haiti and the developing world... Since the UN-imported cholera outbreak on October 2010, Ezili' HLLN has insisted that environmental clean-up, clean water and sanitation are the only permanent solution to stop the UN cholera spread. Zili Dlo is a humanitarian project that provides free clean water. For more go to the Ezili Danto/HLLN websites at http://www.ezilidanto.com/ and http://www.ezilidanto.com/zili

I could not stop crying when I saw this: Dominicans publicly beating a Haitian bound to a street pole, cars go by. No one helps.

Dominicans of conscience must take part to help stop this ... this killing spree right here in the Western Hemisphere of innocent HaitiansRead full post »


A Barbaric Act Against Tulile in the Dominican Republic

Tulile hanged
A Haitian man, named Tulile, a humble shoe shine worker, was found hanging in Santiago Park, his hand and foot tied together.

This week we hear of another barbaric act by certain criminals in the DR against a Haitian. As

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Haiti Continues to Resist Barack Obama installed dictatorship and military occupation

Calling Ancestors for strength to combat and end US occupation and its newly minted Martelly dictatorship, Feb. 7, 2015

Feb 7, 2015 Haiti protest begins with pouring libation, drawing the vèvè for the cosmic energies of warrior mother, warrior father, Petwo's fire, will of steel, victory.

Since January 12…

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The white man gives the Afrikan one choice: serve Euro interests or die! Desalin Haiti responded, "we shall not integrate with injustice. Our rallying cry, in contrast to the white man's 'assimilate or die,' is: Libète ou lanmò--Liberty or death!"

Haiti Flag - National colors shall be black and red--Haiti Constitution, 1805  LibÒ¨te ou LanmÒ²- Liberty or Death
Libète ou Lanmò-
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Haiti Oligarch Clifford Brandt Smuggled Out of Prison

Wealthy Clifford Brandt arrested for kidnapping, victims rescued -2012

Ezili Dantò Note: 

Kidnapping and murder ringleader, Haiti oligarch Clifford Brandt, from the billionaire Brandt family in Haiti, goes free

A spectacul…

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Please participate, share your thoughts about this note. How do the world of concerned humans stop the ruling psychopaths murdering children, men, women in Gaza, (in Haiti)?

“For whose entertainment shall we sing our agony? To the destroyers, aspiring to extinguish us, reveling in their
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Pour into the darkness, Stop the Ruling Psychopaths

A Persian Woman Speaks: Breaking the silence. Will you too, also pour into the darkness? 

Ezili Dantò Note:
Unconventionally as it is, I pour into the darkness. Spent entire lifetimes writing ourselves into reality,… Read full post »


How Kidnapped Nigerian Schoolgirls Became Propaganda for Imperial Policy 

Source: Published on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 by The Real News

US Can't be of Positive Assistance in Haiti or Africa

#StopAfricom #BringBackOurGirls
End the US occupation in Haiti (See, Bill,Read full post »
Ezili Dantò of HLLN and The Free Haiti Movement
I update this post on germ and chemical warfare by the US-led international community against Haiti peoples with another video. On May 7, 2014 harmful tear gas and chemical-laced, probably foul cholera-germed water, was unleashed… Read full post »

Black girls lives matter, their dreams matter

These are photos taken by HLLN for the Ezili Network/Free Haiti Movement at the May 3, 2014, Union Square, New York rally sponsored by Applause Africa Magazine and others, to tell Nigeria to bring back our…

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I want to get this message out to everyone. This is unbelievable. The outright ENSLAVEMENT of Black teenagers. Priceless innocence- ages 16 to 18 - kidnapped from boarding school, put up for sale as sex-slaves for $12 each? No words are big enough to express this terrible outrage. If you're in… Read full post »

"Why is Cuba, Venezuela, the African Union, Latin America and the CARICOM nations turning a blind eye to the US occupation of Haiti, even participating in the pillage and plunder? Is this what Venezuelan president Maduro calls 'supporting revolution?'... Tourism, an export economy, sweatshops an/Read full post »

In this interview, Haiti's Jean Maltunes Lamy describes the reign of terror at Ile a Vache against the voiceless, vulnerable people there who built and reforested the island.  The Ile a Vache population ask that the May 10, 2013 presidential decree making the offshore island in… Read full post »

Île à Vache is not for sale! Release Matulnes, Free Haiti

Haiti is not for sale. Release Matulnes!

Haiti is not for sale. Release Matulnes!

Haiti is not for sale. Release Matulnes!

The Washington colonists are back in Haiti, re-enslaving. Bloodhounds have been set loose by the Washington puppet Haiti government… Read full post »

Tourism is not development, liberate yourself from that idea, Haiti!

Haiti fisherman at Kay Kok, Ile a Vache who are asked to leave their coastal homes to make way for tourist resortsHaiti fisherman at Kay Kòk, Ile a Vache are asked to leave their coastal homes to make way for tourist resorts

Responding to the urgent call for help from local Haitians living on the offshore island, Ilavach (Î…

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Venezuela 2014 is like Haiti 2004 before US regime change: It’s the Opposition That’s Anti-Democratic

 Venezuela must not fall

"'The opposition’ has been paid from abroad, as it has been paid, in the past and now, in China, in Eastern Europe, in Syria, Ukraine
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The Problem With Little White Girls (and Boys)

Why I Stopped Being A Voluntourist 

ByPippa Biddle in Culture Club

White people aren’t told that the color of their skin is a problem very often. We sail through police check points, don’t garner sideways glances in affluent nei… Read full post »

FEBRUARY 15, 2014 2:48PM

Ezili on Haiti, four years after quake

Haiti : In a State of Permanent War and Cholera

Ezili Dantò interviewed on Uhuru Radio by Africa Live host Dedan Sakara, Feb. 4, 2014

4 years after the earthquake

Listen to the counter-colonial narrative on Haiti. Learn the truth rarely, if ever, published by the international med

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JANUARY 1, 2014 10:56PM

Haiti: Standing for Life not Death

veve_ezili Jan 1, 2014 - Another Independence Day Under Occupation for Haiti


How this Ezili came to be here, 10 years later, making a way out of no way


How did this Ezili, already thrown out of Haiti once by a powerful US ambassador, take… Read full post »

DECEMBER 27, 2013 7:45PM

US occupation of Haiti, 10-years later


Ezili Dantò on hidden US occupation, DR apartheid and Haiti resistance

Interview on Uhuru Radio with Norman Otis Richmond, broadcasted Dec.13, 2013

Ezili Dantò speaks about the US occupation of Haiti, 10-years later; Dominican Republic apartheid and helping to give a Haiti-…

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Ezili Dantò's analysis of the current colonial narrative of the Mandela legacy:

For warrior mother, Winnie Mandela and our children

by Ezili Dantò

Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela (1918-2013)

Nelson Mandela is dead at 95 years old. The African National Congress liberation movement he led help…

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Now that Madiba is dead: Remember to remember that icons created by oppressors will never liberate the people

(Read intro the to Dantò's analysis of the current colonial narrative of the Mandela legacy: here.)

The long walk to freedom continues

“I was made, by the law a criminal, not be… Read full post »

Ezili Dantò's Note:

The Western sex push and ethnic cleansing in Haiti


Dr. Paul Farmer, former UN deputy envoy to Haiti gives thumbs up to Douglas Perlitz
(See also, Paul Farmer and World Bank president Jim Yong Kim exposed, World Bank money laundering criminals and
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In the Age of Obama: Truth You Won't Hear at the 50th Anniversary March on Washington 

The 50th anniversary (kumbaya) March on Washington falls in the shadow of stop and frisk, mass incarceration of young Black males, the unequal application of Stand Your Ground laws,Read full post »

 The Invention of Whiteness

A tool to maintain the global oligarhs' minority rule

 by Ezili Dantò


George Zimmerman is Peruvian white. As Haitians, we know the hard way, how the majority of Latin… Read full post »