Kim Ives on Democracy Now Mar 11 2004 following visit to Aristide in exile in CAR
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Immediately after US Special Forces kidnapped President Jean-Bertrand Aristide from Haiti on Feb. 29, 2004, I traveled to the Central African Republic (CAR) to meet with him in exile with a delegation including lawyer Brian Concannon, International Action Center (IAC) activists Sara Flounders and Johnnie Stevens, and filmmaker Katharine Kean. On our return, I did this interview with Democracy Now on Mar. 11, 2004 before the delegation's press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. You may appreciate the retro-look of DN when it was still done from Jon Alpert's Firehouse studio on Lafayette Street, just below Canal Street in Manhattan. At that time, I was an editor/journalist with Haiti Progrès; now I am with Haiti Liberté, which has supplanted the former publication as the principal weekly of Haiti and its diaspora. Don't mind the frozen image of the control room over the intro; the interview is there.
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