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A violent uprising in Haiti has killed at least 49 people and threatened the presidency of Jean-Bertrand Aristide. A panel talks about the grievances against Aristide and how the conflict might be resolved.
- Marx-Vilaire Aristide Haiti Support Project; former executive director of the Washington Office on Haiti (no relation to Pres. Aristide of Haiti)
- Ambassador Ernest Preeg member of the board of directors for the Haiti Democracy Project and former U.S. ambassador to Haiti
- Robert Maguire director of the Haiti program at Trinity Washington University in Washington, D.C.
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