Kolektif 2 Dimansyon (K2D) is a collective of Haitian photographers, videographers, journalists, and graphic artists based in Haiti. // Le Kolektif 2 Dimansyon (K2D) est un regroupement de photographes, de journalistes, de vidéastes et de...
Several thousand people demonstrated on Sunday, February 14, 2021, in Port-au-Prince to denounce the desire, according to them, of the government in power to re-establish a dictatorship in the country, also criticizing the support of the international community for President Jovenel Moïse. (c) Valerie Baeriswyl
Several hundred opponents of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse demonstrated Friday in Port-au-Prince to demand his departure from power on February 7, the day they believe to be the last of his term. On Friday, January 15, 2021, as the demonstrators made their way through the city, they multiplied barricades made of burning tires or various garbage, paralyzing traffic and stressing parents who, at the time of leaving school, were walking or riding on motorcycles with their children in school uniforms. Port-au-Prince (c) Valérie Baeriswyl
Haitian police violently dispersed an opposition protest (several hundred people) that marched through the streets of Port-au-Prince on Wednesday to call for the departure of President Jovenel Moïse and to condenm insecurity in Haiti. As a reminder, the Battle of Vertières on November 18, 1803 was the last major battle of the Haitian revolution, which ended in the defeat of the French army. November 18, 2020 (c) Valérie Baeriswyl