Anger over Hunger/Food Prices in Haiti Explodes
For the past few months poor Haitians have been calling the hunger that they feel every day "Clorox," because it is so painful that it feels like they have drunk bleach.
After weekly demonstrations in Port-au-Prince and elsewhere against rapidly rising prices of basic necessities and gasoline, the growing anger at these desperate circumstances spilled into the streets.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at emergingminds.org.
“Ase Ase Ase”
Since: Jan 08
#1 Apr 16, 2008
Well, what can be expected? I wonder why they are importing so much food though when it is against their best interest? Perhaps all the countries in the Carribean could become self sufficient and support one another?
Add your comments below
|Did mining and oil drilling trigger the Haiti e... (Feb '10)||Mar '15||Tigrizon||40|
|Pope welcomes like-minded cardinals from periphery (Feb '14)||Feb '14||Sol||1|
|Haitian charity worker visits Perrysburg (Jan '14)||Jan '14||Tom Galloway||1|
|Happy Birthday, James Audubon, Artist, Ornithol... (Feb '13)||Feb '13||John Vacaro||1|
|FEATURE-Haiti's road to reconstruction blocked ... (Jan '13)||Jan '13||Vania||3|
|Homes For Haiti (Mar '12)||Oct '12||haiti||6|
|Gardner City Council would adopt sister communi... (Jul '11)||Jul '11||FYI||1|
Find what you want!
Search Sud, Haiti Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC