Mayor Joseph Champagne and Activist Hugues Sanon at the Muhammed Mosque

Harlem News - June 30 2011, 11:28 PM

The South Tom River Mayor Joseph Champagne and the well-known haitian activist, Hugues Sanon were spotted among many haitian-american figures at the Muhammad Mosque No.7 in Harlem New York to watch a documentary of thousands of dispossessed Haitians toiled under armed-guard on plantations harvesting sugarcane, much of which ends up in U.S kitchens.

Those Haitians work grueling hours and frequently lack decent housing, clean water, electricity, education or health-care.

The "Prize of Sugar" is narrated by Paul Newman, follows Father Christopher Hartley, a charismatic Spanish priest, as he organizes some of this hemisphere's poorest people to fight for their basic humans rights.

According to Hugues Sanon, he will continue urging th U.N, USA and other NGO's to keep their $10 billions promise made to haiti after january 12 earthquake.

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