We want to financially support activists with different opinions who fight against injustice in the world. We also need your support for this! Feel free to donate 1 euro, 2 euros or another amount of your choice. The activists really need the support to continue their activities.

Wij willen activisten met verschillende opinies die vechten tegen onrecht in de wereld financieel steunen. Hiervoor hebben wij ook uw steun nodig! Doneer vrijblijvend 1 euro, 2 euro of een ander bedrag naar keuze. Deze activisten hebben de steun hard nodig om hun activiteiten te blijven uitoefenen.

Nous voulons soutenir financièrement des militants aux opinions différentes qui luttent contre l'injustice dans le monde. Nous avons également besoin de votre soutien pour cela! N'hésitez pas à faire un don de 1 euro, 2 euros ou un autre montant de votre choix. Les militants ont vraiment besoin de soutien pour poursuivre leurs activités.

Wir wollen Aktivisten mit unterschiedlichen Meinungen, die gegen die Ungerechtigkeit in der Welt kämpfen, finanziell unterstützen. Dafür brauchen wir auch Ihre Unterstützung! Sie können gerne 1 Euro, 2 Euro oder einen anderen Betrag Ihrer Wahl spenden. Die Aktivisten brauchen wirklich die Unterstützung, um ihre Aktivitäten fortzusetzen.

Queremos apoyar económicamente a activistas con opiniones diferentes que luchan contra la injusticia en el mundo. ¡También necesitamos su apoyo para esto! No dude en donar 1 euro, 2 euros u otra cantidad de su elección. Los activistas realmente necesitan el apoyo para continuar con sus actividades.

Queremos apoiar financeiramente ativistas com diferentes opiniões que lutam contra as injustiças no mundo. Também precisamos do seu apoio para isso! Fique à vontade para doar 1 euro, 2 euros ou outra quantia à sua escolha. Os ativistas realmente precisam de apoio para continuar suas atividades.


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dinsdag 28 september 2021

#WORLD #WORLDWIDE #FRANCE #HAITI #ANARCHISM #News #Journal #Update - (en) France, UCL AL #318 - Sanite, Marie-Jeanne, Solitude: Three heroines of emancipation in the Antilles (ca, de, it, fr, pt)[machine translation]

 The Haitian Revolution was not a feminist any more than the French Revolution.

Certainly, it released a collective feminine protest since, after the abolition
of slavery, on certain plantations, women farmers fought against inequality of
remuneration. But for the rest, even if the enslaved women engaged en masse in
the insurrection of 1791, then in the popular resistance in 1802, they had only
exceptionally access to military ranks and civil responsibilities. ---- Women
took part en masse in the uprising of 1791, then in the popular resistance in
1802, but they remained, for the most part, anonymous. ---- Agostino Brunias,
Women of Color with their Children and Servants in a Landscape (1764-1796).
Of the few figures passed down to posterity, little is known in reality,
encumbered with inventions. Let us mention three of them.

cc Richard Barbot
Sanite Bélair (1781-1802) was one of the rare women to become a non-commissioned
officer (sergeant, then lieutenant) in Toussaint Louverture's troops. In May
1802, she could not digest the surrender of Toussaint and, in August, she took up
arms again alongside her companion and partner, General Charles Bélair. She was
captured in early September 1802, and Charles surrendered in the hope of having
her released. Alas, Dessalines delivered them both to the French. He was shot.
She should have been beheaded, but asked, as an officer, to be shot as well. The
executioner, in spite of his efforts, could not bend her over the block, and she
died as she had demanded, standing and without a blindfold. The crowd from
Cap-Français, who witnessed the execution, was shocked.

cc Akomicsart
Marie-Jeanne Lamartinière is another heroine of the revolution. A mulatto
washerwoman, she had married Lamartinière, an officer of Toussaint Louverture
and, with him, in March 1802, she led the defense of Fort de la Crête-à-Pierrot
for three weeks. According to historian Thomas Madiou, with each French assault,
she would "face death on the ramparts. A steel belt, from which a saber hung,
circled his waist, and his rifle-armed hands boldly sent the deadly lead into the
French ranks.The figure of Marie-Jeanne is commonly used in Haitian iconography
around the war of independence.

cc Jacky Poulier
Solitude (? -1802), probably the daughter of a white master and a enslaved
African, "la Mulâtresse Solitude" lived in Guadeloupe. In 1802, at the call of
the colored officer Joseph Ignace, she joined the rebellion opposing the
reestablishment of slavery, in the ranks of Captain Palermo. Shortly before the
last stand of the last fighters of Delgrès, she was captured by the French and
condemned to death. She was then a few months pregnant. Solitude remained in
prison until her childbirth, before being tortured.

Guillaume Davranche (UCL Montreuil)

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