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This Haitian-American Artist’s King/Trump Illustration Has Gone Viral

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 26, 2018: A Haitian-American artist has seen his illustration – a calm Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., covering the mouth of Donald Trump, go viral, almost a year after the piece was created and on the heels of the President’s now infamous “sh–hole” remark. Watson Mere, who was born in Florida but now ...

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This Haitian-American Artist’s King/Trump Illustration Has Gone Viral

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 26, 2018: A Haitian-American artist has seen his illustration – a calm Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., covering the mouth of Donald Trump, go viral, almost a year after the piece was created and on the heels of the President’s now infamous “sh–hole” remark. Watson Mere, who was born in Florida but now ...

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Caribbean Nationals From These Two Nations No Longer Eligible For Seasonal US Visas

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 26, 2018: The Donald Trump administration has made nationals of two Caribbean nations ineligible for temporary agricultural and seasonal visas. The Department of Homeland Security, (DHS), last week said citizens of Haiti and Belize will now be prohibited from applying for the temporary H-2A and H-2B visas. DHS publishes a list of eligible ...

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Caribbean Nationals From These Two Nations No Longer Eligible For Seasonal US Visas

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 26, 2018: The Donald Trump administration has made nationals of two Caribbean nations ineligible for temporary agricultural and seasonal visas. The Department of Homeland Security, (DHS), last week said citizens of Haiti and Belize will now be prohibited from applying for the temporary H-2A and H-2B visas. DHS publishes a list of eligible ...

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This Caribbean Nation’s Murder Rate Passes 100 In 26 Days

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 26, 2018: It’s only 26 days into 2018 but already more than 100 people have been murdered in the Caribbean nation of Jamaica. The news comes as the government implemented a State of Emergency in the western parish of St. James in Montego Bay, on Jan. 18th as a result of a significant ...

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This Caribbean Nation’s Murder Rate Passes 100 In 26 Days

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 26, 2018: It’s only 26 days into 2018 but already more than 100 people have been murdered in the Caribbean nation of Jamaica. The news comes as the government implemented a State of Emergency in the western parish of St. James in Montego Bay, on Jan. 18th as a result of a significant ...

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Hurricane Maria Keeps This Caribbean Nation On Canada’s Travel Warning List

News Americas, TORONTO, Canada, Fri. Jan. 26, 2018: Hurricane Maria may be now a months old memory but Canada is keeping one Caribbean nation on its travel warning list. While the nation of Dominica has been removed from the ‘avoid non-essential travel’ category, it has now been dubbed as a nation where you should “exercise extreme caution” if travelling to. ...

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Hurricane Maria Keeps This Caribbean Nation On Canada’s Travel Warning List

News Americas, TORONTO, Canada, Fri. Jan. 26, 2018: Hurricane Maria may be now a months old memory but Canada is keeping one Caribbean nation on its travel warning list. While the nation of Dominica has been removed from the ‘avoid non-essential travel’ category, it has now been dubbed as a nation where you should “exercise extreme caution” if travelling to. ...

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Promoting ‘Travel That Aint Ordinary’

Promoting ‘Travel That Aint Ordinary’ By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Jan. 26, 2018: One of the less written about aspects of last year’s conference on sustainable tourism organized by the United Nation’s World Tourism Organisation, (UNWTO) and the Jamaican Government, were the sometimes inspiring mini-presentations made in sessions away from the main conference. Although the event at ...

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Promoting ‘Travel That Aint Ordinary’

Promoting ‘Travel That Aint Ordinary’ By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Jan. 26, 2018: One of the less written about aspects of last year’s conference on sustainable tourism organized by the United Nation’s World Tourism Organisation, (UNWTO) and the Jamaican Government, were the sometimes inspiring mini-presentations made in sessions away from the main conference. Although the event at ...

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