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What Special UN Envoy Bill Clinton may do to help Haiti

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Before we start with the piece on What Special UN Envoy Bill Clinton may do to help Haiti, I remember that August 14, 2009 is the 218th anniversary of the ceremony that began the Haitian revolution back in 1791 and add these posts on Bwa Kayiman. At Bwa Kayiman, on August 14, 1791, the enslaved Haitian rejected bourgeois freedom and fought for universal justice and freedom. The struggle for human rights and dignity continues today... Our work testifies to this. My performances, writings and human rights advocacy are essentially about remembering Bwa Kayiman.

"If we do not remember ourselves, we shall continue to be dismembered, piece by piece...But when we remember our African Ancestors where masters of spirit, we can separate from the small creature we've been made into...undo the dismemberment (--from Rememberment: Bwa Kayiman, 2009 by Ezili Dantò of HLLN)

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Recommended HLLN Links on Bwa Kayiman:

Listen to the Welfare Poets reciting (at 2:05) the Bwa Kayiman invocation or call: E, e, Mbomba! Kanga Bafyòti. Kanga Mundele. Kanga Ndòki. Kanga li!

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HLLN Translation of the Bwa Kayiman Call in 1791 that began the great Haitian Revolution: Stop the black traitors (kanga bafyòti), stop the white settlers (kanga mundele). Bind their forces (kanga Ndòki). Stop them!

Youtube: The Bwa Kayiman Ceremony by Ezili Dantò of HLLN


Bio of Ezili Dantò - the spiritual mother of Haiti and the preeminent cosmic symbol of Black independence, unity, self-determination, justice, equality and freedom

Ezili Dantò performs at Carnegie Hall


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YouTube - Ezili Dantò live in Miami with Sanba Yatande, TiRouj & Manno

Ezili's Performance poetry for Bwa Kayiman
Re-membering Bwa Kayiman 2009 - Reaching for Black keeps me from bursting into flames...

Full Text of Anba Dlo, Lan Ginen - Reaching for Black...
Bwa Kayiman, 2008:
Reclaiming the Haitian People's Vodun Narrative at Bwa Kayiman


The Three Ideals of Jean Jacques Dessalines - Haiti's Founding Father

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Human Rights Lawyer, Ezili Danto is dedicated to correcting the media lies and colonial narratives about Haiti. An award winning playwright, a performance poet, author and lawyer, Ezili Danto is founder of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network, (more...)

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