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LINKS TO PARTNERS
Proceso de Comunidades Negras (PCN) The Black Community Process) http:// renacientes.org/ PCN is a network of Afro-Colombian grassroots organizations, community councils and individuals dedicated to Afro-descendant political and economic autonomy, legal rights and territorial protection.
AFRODES National Association of Displaced Afro-Colombians http:// www.afrodes.org/afrodes/Idioma.html AFRODES is a Colombian organization (with an affiliate in the US) that works for the protection, legal rights and advocacy of displaced Afro-Colombians.Observatory on Racial Discrimination at the University of the Andes http:// odracial.org/index.php The Observatory provides academic analysis and legal support around racial discrimination and injustice within Colombia.
Afro-Colombia NY http://www.afrocolombiany.org/index.html Afro-Colombia NY is a New York based Afro-Colombian organization dedicated increasing knowledge and engagement of the history and current situation in Colombia today by working in collaboration with other Latino human rights organizations.
La Red Afrovenezolana (ROA) National Afro-Venezuelan Network http://afrocubaweb.com/news/venezuela/redafrovenezolana.htm The Network is a coalition of organizations working for the rights of Afro- Venezuelans including legal, social, political and economic rights.
University Institute of Barlovento http://iub.terna.net/index.php Venezuela’s premiere University for Afro-descendant students located on the coastal city of Barlovento.
Venezuela Analysis http://venezuelanalysis.com/ English publication that provides news and political analysis of Venezuela, including information about Afro-Venezuelan community priorities and political movements.
Afro-Cuba Web http://afrocubaweb.com/ News source of English and Spanish publications and articles about race and politics and Cuba today.
Jackson State University Afro-Cuban Research Institute http://www.jsums.edu/ acri/ A Research Institute dedicated to increasing academic research and analyses of the experience and history of the Afro-Cuban majority.
Let Haiti Live http://lethaitilive.org
Bri Kouri Nouvèl Gaye (Noise Travels, News Spreads) http://brikourinouvelgaye.com
Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH) www.ijdh.org
Center for Economic and Policy Research: Haiti Relief and Reconstruction Blog http://www.cepr.net/index.php/relief-and-reconstruction-watch/
Partners In Health www.pih.org
KOFAVIV’s Fanm Pale (Women Speak) Blog http://fanmpale.blogspot.com/
SOIL, Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods www.oursoil.org
Appropriate Infrastructure Development Group www.aidg.org
The Lambi Fund of Haiti www.lambifund.org
SUGGESTED MEDIA OUTLETS
Color of Change www.colorofchange.org
Al Jazeera English http://english.aljazeera.net
All Africa www.allafrica.com
Pambazuka News http://www.pambazuka.org/en/
South African Broadcasting News http://www.sabcnews.co.za/portal/site/SABCNews/
British Broadcasting Company www.bbc.co.uk
CNN International http://edition.cnn.com/