Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Roman Catholic priest, social activist, Haitian president, now considered a dictator by many. He's in. He's out. He's back in thanks to the U.S. military and an eventual election. He's good. He's bad. His people support him. His people struggle against him. In present-day Haiti, a climate of violence exists. Large numbers of demonstrators protest, calling for the ouster of their president who thirteen years ago was the country's first democratically elected leader and who is supposed to finish out a five-year term in 2006. His regime has become corrupt, opponents say, violating human rights and dismissing the people who are threatened, jailed, or shot as a result of their dissent. In Miami many Haitians and others gather too, raising their voices for change in the streets... More >>>