UPDATED: Haiti Housing Rights Tour Schedule

Reyneld Sanon speaks at last year’s World Habitat Day Forum in Port-au-Prince. The theme of the day was, “We’re tired of living under tents.”

Schedule of public events during Haitian housing rights activist, Reyneld Sanon’s tour of the US in September:

New Orleans
Friday, Sept 14
Tulane University, Jones 102, 6823 Saint Charles Avenue
5:00 – 7:00 PM
Reyneld Sanon will be joined by Professor Bill Quigley of Loyola University, whose work has spanned social movements in Haiti and New Orleans.
*Co-hosted by Other Worlds and Stand with Dignity of the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice*

Sunday, Sept  16
St. Stephen’s Church, 1805 West Alabama Street
6:00-8:00 PM
**Co-hosted by the Quixote Center, Houston Peace and Justice Center, and Other Worlds*

Washington DC
To be announced

New York City
Friday, Sept 21
AI USA Conference Room, 5 Pen PLaza NY, NY
3:00 PM
Open to organizations and community groups. Contact gmelopinzon@gmail.com by September 18 with name and affiliation.
*Hosted by Amnesty International USA*

Sunday, September 23
1583 Albany Ave, Brooklyn, NY
5:00-7:00 PM
*Hosted by Haiti Liberte*

Monday, September 24
AJWS, 5 Pen Plaza, NY, NY 10001 (11th floor conference room)
10:00-11:30 AM
*Hosted by Diaspora Community Services*

Wednesday, September 26
Sant la, 5000 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 110
6:00 PM
*Hosted by Haitian Neighborhood Center, Sant la, Konbit for Haiti, Florida Immigrant Coalition, Community Justice Project and the Miami Workers Center*

2 thoughts on “UPDATED: Haiti Housing Rights Tour Schedule

  1. Pingback: Haitian activist tours U.S. demanding housing rights for the country’s 400,000 displaced | Under Tents

  2. I would like to know how the million dollars (U.S.) that were allocated for Haitian relief were spent, if not for housing. ( I lived in Haiti for a year in 1958/59, during which time my husband was working on a photographic project about the people of Haiti.)

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