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100th Anniversary of the US Occupation of Haiti. “City Bank along with French … – Center for Research on Globalization


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100th Anniversary of the US Occupation of Haiti. “City Bank along with French ...
Center for Research on Globalization
Besides taking over Haiti banking, deep-water ports and collecting Haiti custom receipts, the US marines carted out Haiti's gold reserves and brought it to the National City Bank of New York's vaults in Wall Street New York, never to be seen by ...

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Site cleaning begins at Haiti’s Holy Trinity Cathedral – Episcopal News Service


Site cleaning begins at Haiti's Holy Trinity Cathedral
Episcopal News Service
“This is a great sign of hope for the Haitian people. I started to say for the Episcopalians of Haiti, but in truth, the significance of Holy Trinity Cathedral goes far beyond our own faith community to the larger society,” said Bishop Stacy Sauls ...

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NSU Art Museum’s Family Day to celebrate Haitian culture – SouthFlorida.com


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NSU Art Museum's Family Day to celebrate Haitian culture
SouthFlorida.com
Some 350 photographs — studio portraits, daguerreotypes that date back to the 19th century — lend a visual poetry to Haiti and its struggle in NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale's recent photo show "From Within and Without: The History of Haitian ...

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Bernie Sanders’s fear of immigrant labor is ugly — and wrongheaded – Vox


Bernie Sanders's fear of immigrant labor is ugly — and wrongheaded
Vox
Because of better technology, more skilled co-workers, better institutions, and the like, a worker doing the same job will earn vastly more for it in the US than in, say, Haiti. And if everyone were able to take jobs where they'd earn the most, the ...

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Fans buy gear for Haiti’s Special Olympics soccer team – ESPN


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Fans buy gear for Haiti's Special Olympics soccer team
ESPN
LOS ANGELES -- Last Saturday morning, on the opening day of the Special Olympics World Games, a men's soccer team from Haiti took the field at UCLA's Drake Stadium for a divisioning match that would determine which level of competition the Haitians ...

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Tent cities sprouting in Haiti as migrants return from Dominican Republic – CNN


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Tent cities sprouting in Haiti as migrants return from Dominican Republic
CNN
For years, Haiti and the Dominican Republic -- two nations that share one island -- have quarreled over the issue of migration and the strict immigration enforcement efforts spearheaded by the Dominican government. Much of the fight has been about the ...
Fleeing To Haiti, They Put Their Faith In 'God And Government'NPR
Stop arbitrary deportations of Dominicans of Haitian descent, says UNThe Guardian
Tent cities and fears sprout in Haiti as migrants return4029tv

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Venezuela and Haiti Sign Agreement for Electoral Cooperation – Venezuelanalysis.com


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Venezuela and Haiti Sign Agreement for Electoral Cooperation
Venezuelanalysis.com
Caracas, July 28, 2015 (venezuelanalysis.com) – Venezuela's National Electoral Council (CNE) signed a memorandum of understanding with its Haitian counterpart on Friday as part of an effort to deepen cooperation between the two electoral institutions ...
Haiti Presidential Candidate Michelet Nestor Urges Electoral Council (CEP) To ...WebWire (press release)

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Fabiola Santiago: Miamians need to speak up against deportation of Dominican … – Miami Herald (blog)


Miami Herald (blog)

Fabiola Santiago: Miamians need to speak up against deportation of Dominican ...
Miami Herald (blog)
While American eyes are focused on Cuba, a humanitarian tragedy is unfolding in a neighboring island with strong ties to South Florida – Hispaniola. Yet there's a shortage of outrage over the fate of the thousands of Dominican-Haitians being displaced ...
Dominican Republic: UN experts warn against deportations, racial profiling of ...UN News Centre
Stop arbitrary deportations of Dominicans of Haitian descent, says UNThe Guardian
Fleeing To Haiti, They Put Their Faith In 'God And Government'NPR
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The Long Legacy of Occupation in Haiti – The New Yorker

The New YorkerThe Long Legacy of Occupation in HaitiThe New YorkerI am writing this in Les Cayes, Haiti, where one of the worst massacres of civilians took place on December 6, 1929, during the nineteen-year American occupation of Haiti, an occupation ...

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