Elikya Ngoma

Haiti: “natural disasters,” NGOs and neocolonialism

Editor's Note: The following is taken from Elikya Ngoma's presentation at the September 15, 2021 webinar, titled "Haiti: "natural disasters," NGOs and neocolonialism" hosted by the African People's Socialist Party.

Insecurity arises as neocolonial powers gang up against the African masses of Haiti

African people of Ayiti (Haiti) have been involved in a struggle against the neocolonial regime of the puppet president Jovenel Moïse for almost two years straight, beginning in August of 2018.

Haiti President Jovenel Moise is ushering in a new era of dictatorship over African people

Jovenel has been forced on the people ever since he came to power after an unusually long election process that took place between October of 2015 and February of 2017.

Black is Back Coalition declares “Black Power Matters!” at Black People’s March on the White House

The march, as the theme indicated, was a call to action! A call to overturn colonialism and the white ruling class. A call for Africans to control the police and security in our own communities. The march was designed to motivate Africans to continue to seek liberation through self-determination versus the colonial-capitalist system.

Jean-Jacques Dessalines’ 1805 Constitution of Hayti: the progressive and anti-oppressive character of the African nation

Dessalines’ revolutionary politic was far ahead of his time. His leadership inspired the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), who, along with Dessalines, inspired the most remarkable leader of our time, Chairman of the African Socialist International (ASI), Omali Yeshitela.

“Douvan Jou Ka Leve:” a documentary’s look at Vodou, Christianity and mental illness in Haiti

Key to the development of “Douvan Jou Ka Leve” is the question of identity and whether the African people in Ayiti as a whole are experiencing an identity crisis, including ‘spiritually.’

Fight for Black Power: Free All Political Prisoners! – The Black is Back Coalition’s 11th Annual Conference

On August 15 and 16, 2020, the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations (BIBC) held our 11th Annual...

Lessons from the African Revolution of Ayiti: The African poor and working class must lead

The African Revolution of Ayiti is the greatest example of colonized and oppressed African people uniting as one to overthrow our colonial, white power imperialist oppressors.

The Ballot and the Bullet: Putting self-determination back on the ballot

United States—On June 13 and 14, 2020, The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations (BIBC) held our 4th Electoral Campaign School, themed “The Ballot and The Bullet: Putting Self-Determination on the Ballot!”