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We Are Dominican | Human Rights Watch

Rosanna is a bright 17-year-old who was born in the Dominican Republic. She was raised by parents who migrated from Haiti over 20 years earlier. For two years she has been unwittingly enmeshed in an increasingly contested national struggle over who is, and who is not, a Dominican national. 278 more words


Tallahassee says Haitians Lives Matter in the Dominican Republic

Tallahassee, FL – Community members and students gathered in front of the Old Tallahassee Capitol, June 19, to protest the planned mass deportation of Haitians and Dominicans of Haitian descent, from the Dominican Republic. 127 more words

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Did Lil Wayne and Chris Brown performed for free? Who mega stars would perform in another country for free? Stop being a fool


In a time when the Haitian government should be preparing for the arrival of thousands deportees from the Dominican Republic, its priority is to provide a free concert to a people that’s been receiving three carnivals and countless of free festivals every year. 762 more words

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Haiti PM warns of 'humanitarian crisis' caused by Dominican deportation policy |The Guardian

Haiti’s prime minister has warned that the Dominican Republic is creating a humanitarian crisis with its crackdown on migrants, noting that 14,000 people have crossed the border into Haiti in less than a week. 76 more words

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Chris Bown And Lil Wayne To Hold Free Concert In Haiti | Vibe

The six-hour show is to be held in Port-au-Prince on Friday (June 26) and was, in part, organized by Swizz Beatz.

Also slated to perform are Haitian acts such as T-Micky, Boukman Eksperyans, Barikad Crew, DRZ and many more. 44 more words

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Haiti and the Dominican Republic - A Conflict Captured on | Shadow and Act

“Cutting sugar cane. You’re going to cut sugar cane. I’d rather much you cut sugar cane here at home. But they don’t want you to stay here. 226 more words


Dominican deportations causing ‘humanitarian crisis’ - The Washington Post

The majority of those crossing the border are children and young adults, said Paul, who stressed that the Haitian government needs to establish a social and economic plan to help them. 142 more words