After Moïse Assassination, Popular Sectors Must Lead the Way

Jovenel Moïse, President of Haiti since 2017, was assassinated on July 7th in the early morning. The North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) published a piece the following day, focusing on the problematic reporting that has occurred since the attack was reported, and the complex underlying situations that are the backdrop to this situation. Find that at the link here. The New York Times has a page to share live updates on the situation, found hereVox has an article to explain how this assassination may affect US-Haiti relations, found here.
Teaching Books has over thirty book recommendations with teaching resources to serve a variety of ages and topics. Offerings include 2018 Américas Award winner American Street by Ibi Zoboi (7-12) and Freedom Soup by Tami Charles and Jacqueline Alcantara (PK-2), a 2020 selection for the Notable Children’s Books in the Language Arts AwardFind that list here.
Finally, UWM Africology Professor Emeritus, Dr. Patrick Bellegarde-Smith, published an article through The Conversation entitled “Who’s running Haiti after president’s assassination?” Other articles on The Conversation that may be helpful include a piece about protests against the former president, and essential reads to contextualize these events including information on French extortion and US occupation of the nation.