Avatar Haiti, part two interview with Ezili Danto of HLLN

Avatar Haiti, part two




Broadcast Feb. 18, 2011 , Holland Radio Interview with Ezili Dantò on Avatar Haiti, Part 2 on Haiti history and current Haiti situation (59.46)

Avatar Haiti 2-Feb. 18, 2011 Radio interview with Imakh on Holland Khepera


Click on photo or link to listen to:

Avatar Haiti, part 1: the Avatar Conspiracy, Nov. 18, 2010


The Avatar Movie
from a Black perspective


Avatar parallels: Warrior Mother, Vodun and the Sky People


Nov. 22 Interview with Ezili Dantò on Gorilla Radio, British Columbia on Nov.28 elections and UN cholera (22:28)


Disaster Capitalism in Haiti, New Orleans, Congo, Pakistan (See also: Nov. 18 Rememberances)


“0.5 % in Haiti – Haiti’s Oligarchy – own 98% of Haiti’s wealth through monopolies orchestrated and supported by Western policymakers and corporations.” – Ezili Dantò of HLLN<



Ezili Dantò on Haiti History – Interview with Martine Zhenga Volcy on Wrfg, Jan. 14, 2011 – Tribute to Haiti on one year anniversary of Haiti earthquake (35:14)


Ezili Dantò on Haiti priorities and accountability – Interview with Wiatta on Wrfg, Jan. 13, 2011




3 thoughts on “Avatar Haiti, part two interview with Ezili Danto of HLLN

  1. Our task, our fundamental task, is to create a basis, bulwark and beacon of life that honors our past, effectively engages our present and frames and fosters a future worthy of the name and history African. Self determination, decisive participation in the reconstruction of our beloved Ayiti, and the restoration of democracy are the keys towards the dawn. STEP-BY-STEP, NOTHING LESS THAN LIBERATION!!


  2. By basis I mean a solid moral, material and rational ground for a good life, rooted in our culture, on which to stand, grow and continuously grasp for the good, great and eternal.

    By bulwark I mean a self-conscious capacity and social force of our people themselves, to pursue our goals and produce and protect our gains and pass them on to future generations to guard and expand.

    By beacon I mean that in waging this struggle and building this life, we “lift up the light that lasts,” those spiritual and ethical principles that speak to and reflect the best of what it means to be African and human and serve as an indispensable source of positioning, plotting course and pushing forward….



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