An odyssey of medical treatment in the developing world presented in six parts by Elephants and Castles.
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Very few people know about the ambitious attack carried out by an allied fighting force on British occupied Savannah, Georgia in 1779; but for Haitians, Haitian-Americans, and friends of either of these groups, the Siege of Savannah will not be forgotten this 4th of July. 577 more words
As a follow-up to some of our recent posts on the Dominican Republic’s ruling and deportation practices here is a post by Peter Jordens: a very interesting opinion piece by Marien Aristy Capitán on denationalization in the country, “Sin la sentencia 168-13 esto no estaría pasando” (published in Spanish in… 387 more words
My heart is breaking to see how my fellow Haitians are suffering, being mistreated, and looked down on in the DR and some other places. They are being treated like unwanted animals, all in pursuit of a better life for themselves and their children. 328 more words
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