Made in Haiti, Dumped in Haiti: Slave Labor and the Garment Industry
Center for Research on Globalization
PORT-AU-PRINCE—In Haiti, people wear T-shirts bearing unlikely English messages: “We’re the 2% who don’t care,” says one; a respectable-looking grandmother dons a T-shirt emblazoned with “Crack is Whack!”; a little boy without shoes or pants wears a 
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Why Poor Haitians End Up Wearing Obnoxious American T-Shirts
Jezebel
How do impoverished Haitians end up wearing American T-shirts with crude slogans? It’s a complicated story of capitalism, consumption, and “charity.” Two Haiti-based photojournalists, Ben Depp and Paolo Woods, set about documenting the phenomenon.
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Tropical Storm Chantal heads for Dominican Republic, Haiti
Reuters
SANTO DOMINGO (Reuters) – Tropical Storm Chantal headed toward the Dominican Republic and Haiti on Tuesday, barreling across the Caribbean and threatening to ramp up to near hurricane strength. Chantal was centered about 270 miles southeast of 
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