ON THE MEDIA | Journalist and CSFilm trainee/filmmaker Robenson Sason shot covering anti-government protest in Haiti

February 13, 2019

Hundreds gathered in downtown Port-au-Prince on February 12 to demonstrate against economic mismanagement and corruption and to ask for President Jovenel Moise to step down.

Robenson Sanon, journalist and CSFilm trainee/filmmaker, was shot in the arm while covering these ongoing protests.  Here is a clip from Robenson at the screening of films from the CSFilm Haiti project, Owning Our Future.  

 

Source: Anti-government protest in Haiti, shops looted

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