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Haitian Times News Roundup – July 5 – Haitian Times

Haitian TimesHaitian Times News Roundup – July 5Haitian TimesHaiti made its official comeback to the basketball world at the International Basketball Federation AmeriCup Caribbean 2021 Pre-Qualifiers, but their chance of winning the championship may be...

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The satirical Onion takes aim at Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ immigration policy — but some say it’s no laughing matter – Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times

The satirical Onion takes aim at Trump's 'zero tolerance' immigration policy — but some say it's no laughing matter
Los Angeles Times
Citing Trump's recent reference to immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti and Africa as coming from “shithole countries,” Baym said that “when you've reached a moment when newspapers have to debate printing the words the president said, then we need ...

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Payton’s heart for evangelism rooted in Haiti – The Trimble Banner


Payton's heart for evangelism rooted in Haiti
The Trimble Banner
Bedford Baptist's new pastor has a heart for evangelism, specifically the mission field in Haiti. If you subscribe to the newspaper, you receive FREE access to all the exclusive content of the web site! Simply register to receive uninterrupted access ...

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Haiti Has Joined Slow Food International With Four Convivia! – Slow food

Slow foodHaiti Has Joined Slow Food International With Four Convivia!Slow foodThe Haitian Education Project, Inc. (HEP)* has officially launched the first ever Slow Food convivia in Haiti. As part of the inaugural launch, HEP has established convivia i...

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A Haitian Immigrant Tests the Trump Crackdown – WNYC

WNYCA Haitian Immigrant Tests the Trump CrackdownWNYCBy Clarissa Sosin. Augustin Sajous had just finished a hearing on fare evasion and low-level drug possession last fall when federal ICE agents snatched him off the sidewalk in front of criminal court...

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The Haitian Clergy’s Role in Advancing Civil Rights – Haitian Times


Haitian Times

The Haitian Clergy's Role in Advancing Civil Rights
Haitian Times
They're eagerly listening to a panel of lawyers sharing information on their rights as immigrants. The forum, organized by the Haitian American Lawyers Association of New York and Adlerette Kebresu, the pastor of Y'shua Heart Disciples Church, was the ...

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