Samuel Nesner is a community organizer who lives and works in Haiti. From 2013 – 2017, he served as one of five lead organizers with the Kolektif Jistis Min (KJM), a coalition of Haitian social movement organizations monitoring metal mining and supporting affected communities. He is currently studying law at Université Quisqueya in Port-au-Prince.French |
In Haiti, legal empowerment is resistance against exploitation
Social movements in Haiti are reimagining justice in order to fight back against exploitation by the mining industry.