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Haitian-Americans, Haitians take to the streets but their causes differ – MiamiHerald.com


Washington Times

Haitian-Americans, Haitians take to the streets but their causes differ
MiamiHerald.com
NEW YORK -- Haitians in New York and Haiti took to the streets Thursday, commemorating the death of one of their nation's founding fathers with protests. In Haiti, they marched against poor living conditions and the presidency, and in New York, they ...
Dominican Republic: Transit point for xenophobiaWashington Times

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Haiti’s child slaves land country high on new global slavery index (+video) – Christian Science Monitor


National Post

Haiti's child slaves land country high on new global slavery index (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Haiti's 200,000 to 220,000 enslaved people are mostly children who live with families not their own, working as household servants in the Caribbean country's complex and long-standing restavèk system. Under restavèk (a Haitian creole word derived from ...
Mauritania, Haiti Top New Global Slavery IndexABC News
Haiti, Pakistan among countries with highest amount of modern slavery, global ...National Post

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Haiti earthquake continues to influence Gaspard & Dancers – Durham Herald Sun


Durham Herald Sun

Haiti earthquake continues to influence Gaspard & Dancers
Durham Herald Sun
He said he was thinking about man's inhumanity to man in general and Haiti's tumultuous history in particular. Oppression, in one form or another, has plagued his country even after slaves revolted against their French rulers and gained independence in ...

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Mauritania, Haiti top new global slavery index – USA TODAY


The Hindu

Mauritania, Haiti top new global slavery index
USA TODAY
LONDON (AP) — Mauritania, Haiti and Pakistan rank among the countries with the highest prevalence of modern slavery, according to a new global index released Thursday by an anti-slavery charity. The "Global Slavery Index" report by the Walk Free ...
News Summary: Mauritania, Haiti top slavery indexBusinessweek

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Haiti’s child slaves land country high on new global slavery index (+video) – Christian Science Monitor


Haiti's child slaves land country high on new global slavery index (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Haiti's 200,000 to 220,000 enslaved people are mostly children who live with families not their own, working as household servants in the Caribbean country's complex and long-standing restavèk system. Under restavèk (a Haitian creole word derived from ...

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Haiti in the Time of Cholera – MedPage Today


Haiti in the Time of Cholera
MedPage Today
After all, the U.S. and Canada once had regular cholera outbreaks, but they are now a thing of the past, commented Deborah Jenson, PhD, co-director of the Franklin Humanities Institute Haiti Lab at Duke University. But if it's not impossible, it will ...

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Haiti’s army – The Economist


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Haiti's army
The Economist
THIS month, as every year since 2004, the United Nations Security Council agreed to extend its peacekeeping mission in Haiti. But the UN is at last making plans for its departure. The budget of the mission, known as Minustah, is down by 30% in the past ...
1000s hold anti-government demos in HaitiPress TV
Thousands march in Haiti to condemn gov'tNew Zealand Herald

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Episcopal Church releases Haiti cathedral design – MiamiHerald.com


Episcopal Church releases Haiti cathedral design
MiamiHerald.com
MIAMI -- Episcopal Church officials have revealed plans for a new cathedral in Haiti's capital to replace one destroyed in the 2010 earthquake. The designs were unveiled this week to the Episcopal Church Executive Council in Chicago. The new cathedral ...

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At ‘Justice for Immigrants’ Mass, bishop calls Jesus ‘divine immigrant’ – Catholic Courier


At 'Justice for Immigrants' Mass, bishop calls Jesus 'divine immigrant'
Catholic Courier
TRENTON, N.J. (CNS) -- Jesus was the "divine immigrant" who lived his life "traveling from place to place," Bishop David M. O'Connell of Trenton told the congregation at a mid-day "Justice for Immigrants" Mass Oct. 11 at St. Mary of the Assumption ...

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