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Haitian Revolution

January 1, 2004 will mark the 200th anniversary of the Haitian Revolution

Join Black Youth United as we prepare for the anniversary of one of the most important revolts in the history of the world.

Movie Screening & Community Action Meeting 
Friday, October 24, 2003 
6-9pm. 
International Student Centre, 33 St.George Street (NE corner of College & St.George) 

Contact: black_youth_united@hotmail.com or (416)692-1249

6:00-7:30pm---Movie Screening: Bitter Cane              _________________________________

A look at the history and present realities of Haiti. Also examines U.S. involvement in the political repression, poverty, business investments and refugee problems of the country (75min)

7:30-9:00pm---Community Action Meeting         _________________________________

  • Learn more about our history!
  • Develop community education initiatives
  • Haitian solidarity
  • organize our community to go to Haiti for the celebration of the anniversary and/or the August Program
  • Movement to boycott French goods

Put on by Black Youth United & Ontario Public Interest Research Group-Toronto