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Anti-Aristide Protesters Flood the Streets in Haiti
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Anti-Aristide Protesters Flood the Streets in Haiti

Anti-Aristide Protesters Flood the Streets in Haiti

Anti-Aristide Protesters Flood the Streets in Haiti
Only Available in Archive Formats.

Anti-government demonstrators again took to the streets of Port Au Prince, Haiti, this weekend to demand the resignation of President Jean Bertrand-Aristide. NPR's Tavis Smiley talks to individuals representing both sides of the widening political divide in Haiti: Ira Kurzban, general counsel for the government of Haiti; and Arielle Jean-Baptiste, research associate for The Haiti Democracy Project in Washington, D.C. We also hear from Haitian journalist Gary Pierre Pierre.

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