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How Would Amy Coney Barrett’s Faith Affect Her Ruling on Non-Roe Matters? – Daily Beast


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How Would Amy Coney Barrett's Faith Affect Her Ruling on Non-Roe Matters?
Daily Beast
During her September 2017 hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Amy Coney Barrett talked about her seven children—two of whom (Vivian and John Peter) are adopted from Haiti, and a third (Benjamin) who has special needs. If she is nominated ...

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Haiti welcomes move by Barbados – Barbados Today


Barbados Today

Haiti welcomes move by Barbados
Barbados Today
Haiti's president Jovenel Moïse has lauded the decision by the Government of the Barbados to lift “all obstacles to the free movement of Haitian nationals on its territory, in accordance with the provisions of Articles 45 and 46 of the revised Treaty ...
Haiti - FLASH : CARICOM examines the free movement of HaitiansHaitilibre.com

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Haiti: Cholera figures (as of 30 June 2018) – Reliefweb

ReliefwebHaiti: Cholera figures (as of 30 June 2018)ReliefwebDuring the month of May 2018, 708 suspected cases of cholera and 8 deaths were recorded throughout the country. This reflects a reduction of 47% in the number of cases and 11% in the number o...

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What’s in a Name? Plenty, When It’s a Street in Brooklyn’s ‘Little Haiti’ – New York Times


New York Times

What's in a Name? Plenty, When It's a Street in Brooklyn's 'Little Haiti'
New York Times
After years of meetings and planning, the City Council announced a ceremonial resolution last week that named a section of Flatbush “Little Haiti.” Members of the city's Haitian community cheered and waved red and blue flags in the Council chambers in ...

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Nevada Senate candidates walk tightrope on immigration policy – CNN


CNN

Nevada Senate candidates walk tightrope on immigration policy
CNN
She argues not only is the state the home of many DACA recipients and a growing immigrant population, but that the Trump administration's decision to end Temporary Protected Status for immigrants from Honduras, Haiti and El Salvador could have extreme ...

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The Eugenicist Doctor and the Vast Fortune Behind Trump’s Immigration Regime – Splinter


Splinter

The Eugenicist Doctor and the Vast Fortune Behind Trump's Immigration Regime
Splinter
In November, Miller invited Krikorian, who once lamented that Haiti “wasn't colonized long enough” to benefit from slavery, to the Eisenhower Executive Office Building to discuss the administration's immigration policies. Miller's old boss Jeff ...

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