Hidden From The Headlines:
An Evening with Filmmaker Kevin Pina
and Dennis Bernstein

Events at HaitiAction.net

Hidden From The Headlines:
An Evening with Filmmaker Kevin Pina and special guest Dennis Bernstein

Friday - November 14, 2003 - Berkeley, CA - 7 PM

First Unitarian
Fellowship Hall

Cedar and Bonita

$5-10 donation requested

No one will turned away for lack of funds.

Peoples NonViolent Response Coalition will be distributing "Connecting the Dots"

Kevin Pina, a filmmaker and journalist covering Haiti for more than a decade, provided details on events never reported in the international press, "There was a massive outpouring of support in the streets of the capital for President Aristide and Lavalas on November 25, 2002. The largest number cited in AP and Reuters for this demonstration was 2,000 persons. Photos taken by independent journalists show that the crowd was in fact far greater then the numbers cited. The only photos filed by corporate news organizations on November 25th were of much smaller anti-Aristide demonstrations and NOT ONE PHOTO of the much larger pro-Lavalas demonstration was EVER published in the corporate media."

Links for information:

Links for information by and about Kevin Pina:

Black Commentator: Haitian Opposition and Corporate Media Press for Regime Change in Haiti - Part 4 of this series. The Washington-backed opposition Group 184 has emerged as the true leadership behind a recent series of marches and street demonstrations calling for the ouster of Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Under the guise of an autonomous student movement against Aristide, members of Group 184 and its ally, the Democratic Convergence, assumed clear leadership roles in the attempts to lay siege to the National Palace in Port-au-Prince on December 11th and 12th.

Black Commentator:The Bush Administration's End Game for Haiti - Part 3 of this series. In the last three months Haiti has seen a spate of political assassinations of Lavalas militants, charges of government complicity in the killings by the opposition, and the corporate mediašs constant trumpeting of the evils of ŗAristidešs Lavalas regime.˛ These intrigues finally climax into a media circus on November 14th with the opposition Group 184 holding an anti-Aristide demonstration in front of the national palace with a heavy contingent of international press in tow.

Black Commentator:US Corporate Media Distort Haitian Events: The Amulance Chasers or How Many Journalists and AP Photographers Can Dance on the Head of a Pin? - Part 2 of this series. This week, Kevin Pina reveals that while corporate media provide further misinformation about the Amiot Metayer assasination, we can look at his background to see what is really "Hidden from the Headlines."

Black Commentator: Propaganda War Intensifies Against Haiti as Opposition Grabs for Power - October 30, 2003 Part 1 of this series.

Steppin Out of Babylon: Interview with Kevin Pina - September 23, 2003 (link downloads 9.3 MB audio file)

Black Commentator: When Major Powers Stage a Coup - Issue 39 April 24, 2003

Black Commentator: Is the US Funding Haitian "Contras?" April 3, 2003

Black Commentator: Striking" at Haiti and Venezuela January 30, 2003

Haiti's Large Businesses Shutter Doors as the Poor Markets Remain Open January 24, 2003

Aristide Foe at Large: Canadian National Sought in Haiti May 18, 2000

What's Next for HAITI? Continuing on the Path of Democracy December 16, 2002

Haiti: Harvest of Hope Documentary: VHS, 57 minutes, 1998