Jean-Bertrand Aristide

Business, Economics and Jobs

Bridging Haiti's class divide

Class differences are stark in Haiti and some Haitians think nothing will change until the distrust and fear between classes is broken down. The World's Jeb Sharp reports on efforts to bring business people and gang leaders in Port au Prince together.

Global Politics

Lakay se lakay … home is home

“Si Aristide te la….” “If Aristide were here….” So started the chants in countless demonstrations on the streets of Port-au-Prince over the last seven years, since then-President Jean-Bertrand Aristide was flown into exile in Africa on a US military plane.

Global Politics

Lakay se lakay … home is home

“Si Aristide te la….” “If Aristide were here….” So started the chants in countless demonstrations on the streets of Port-au-Prince over the last seven years, since then-President Jean-Bertrand Aristide was flown into exile in Africa on a US military plane.

Business, Economics and Jobs

Bridging Haiti's class divide

Class differences are stark in Haiti and some Haitians think nothing will change until the distrust and fear between classes is broken down. The World's Jeb Sharp reports on efforts to bring business people and gang leaders in Port au Prince together.