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Making sense of Miami: what America’s refuge city says about the US’s future – The Guardian


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Making sense of Miami: what America's refuge city says about the US's future
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Along a once-neglected stretch of Northeast 2nd Avenue in the heart of the Haitian immigrant community, a cultural flowering has taken place that has seen the opening of the Little Haiti Cultural Center and its Caribbean Marketplace – a replica of the ...

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The Slow March of Mass Haitian Deportation: Is Dominican Immigration Policy … – New America Media


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The Slow March of Mass Haitian Deportation: Is Dominican Immigration Policy ...
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DAJABÓN, Dominican Republic—On a recent afternoon in this tense border town, a hub for the flow of goods and people between Haiti and the Dominican Republic, Haitian immigrants and their Dominican-born children were preparing for the worst: the ...
'The Ghosts of 1937 Are Warning Us'The Nation.
Arrival of the Hispaniolan zombieTrinidad Guardian

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‘A beautiful day’ in Haiti: Early converts reflect on church growth, temple … – Deseret News


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'A beautiful day' in Haiti: Early converts reflect on church growth, temple ...
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Last April, the senior missionary couple of Fritzner A. Joseph and his wife, Gina, were watching the Sunday morning session of general conference with fellow Latter-day Saints in Haiti when LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson announced a temple ...

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Haitian art and cultural fest July 11, 12 in Farmington – Hometownlife.com


Haitian art and cultural fest July 11, 12 in Farmington
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Presented by the Haitian Network Group of Detroit, Bèl Bagay Lakay — translated from Haitian Creole as "beautiful things from home"— will feature art and craft items for sale, children's activities, Haitian music, dancing, a fashion show and much ...

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Trans immigrant Jennicet Gutiérrez challenges Obama – Workers World


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Trans immigrant Jennicet Gutiérrez challenges Obama
Workers World
Not a single policy on immigration, for example, has dealt with the root causes of migration. These include pro-U.S. corporate economic policies, state-sponsored repression in countries like Mexico, Honduras and Haiti, and Pentagon intervention abroad.

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New Bed-Stuy Eatery Celebrates Haitian Culture and Community, Owners Say – DNAinfo


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New Bed-Stuy Eatery Celebrates Haitian Culture and Community, Owners Say
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BEDFORD-STUYVESANT — Grab a $1 coffee, pick up some groceries, and chow down on some pork griot — all at Patchen Avenue's newest restaurant. Grandchamps, a Haitian eatery and market, opened its doors at 197 Patchen Ave. last week.

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Toledo-area teen dies on mission trip to Haiti – Toledo Blade

Toledo-area teen dies on mission trip to HaitiToledo BladeAlexa Wasylkowski, 17, was on a mission trip with Epworth United Methodist Church, 4855 W. Central Avenue, to build a church in Haiti, church pastor Doug Damron said. She was with a group of abo...

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Dominican Deportation Policy Draws Miami Protest – CBS Local


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Dominican Deportation Policy Draws Miami Protest
CBS Local
The new immigration law spares no one from possible eviction including children of Haitian descent born in the D.R. – natural-born citizens. “We will not stop until justice is done, and this is injustice,” North Miami Councilman Alix Desulme told the ...
Walsh's Office, Haitian-American Sen. Forry Ask Bostonians Not To Vacation In ...WBUR
Dominicans of Haitian descent being denied basic rights, claim researchersThe Guardian
United against Dominican deportations, protesters divided on boycottwwlp.com

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Hip Hop History made in Haiti! – The Source

Hip Hop History made in Haiti!The SourceOn June 26, 2015, internationally renowned, multi-platinum selling hip hop artists Swizz Beatz, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne performed at a free concert for over 100,000 people which was the first time this had ever...

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