"Haiti: The UNtold Story" event in San Francisco
May 18, 2006
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"Haiti: The UNtold Story" events
in San Francisco and Los Angeles

Filmmaker Kevin Pina challenges the contemporary view of Haiti, revealing the hidden role of the "international community" in Haitian politics. This provocative and lively film takes the viewer into parts of Haiti where few Western journalists dare to tread, and includes shocking footage of unreported human rights abuses, some which have been astonishingly conducted by UN forces. Pina's film stands out because it connects the tragic events in Haiti with what he assesses as foreign intervention designed to deter democracy. Learn the side of the Haiti coverage not seen in regular media.

Come see this extraordinary film and meet the filmmaker

Thursday, May 18, 2006 - 7:30 PM

Roxie Cinema

3117 16th Street (at Valencia Street) - San Francisco

Sponsored by: Flashpoints on Pacifica (www.flashpoints.net) S.F. Bayview (www.sfbayview.com) Roxie Film Center at New College (www.roxie.com)

Proceeds benefit theHaiti Information Project(HIP) www.teledyol.net

Friday, May 19, 2006 - 7:00 PM

Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research

6120 South Vermont Avenue - Los Angeles, CA 90044

Also speaking: Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Haitian-American musician and writer JG

Sponsored by: Danny Glover, KPFK's Axis of Justice, Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network, Haiti Action - LA, Haiti Information Project, Campus Progressives, and Tom Morello of Audio Slave and Rage Against the Machine

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