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Federal lawsuit will proceed against the Trump administration over plan to ask about citizenship on 2020 Census … – Daily Mail


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Federal lawsuit will proceed against the Trump administration over plan to ask about citizenship on 2020 Census ...
Daily Mail
Furman cited multiple examples of discriminatory speech by President Donald Trump in his decision, including a comment in January referring to immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries as 'those people from s***hole countries.' Ross has ...

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Haitian Times News Roundup – July 27 – Haitian Times


Haitian Times

Haitian Times News Roundup – July 27
Haitian Times
Like roughly a quarter of Haiti's children, 11-year-old Franchina has spent much of her short life without parents. Her mother dead, her father in prison, Franchina was placed in a state-run orphanage as a toddler, remaining illiterate year after year ...
New to Haiti: Foster care for the nation's parentless kidsHerald-Whig

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RAM: August 1791 — an exploration of Haiti’s revolution – Financial Times


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RAM: August 1791 — an exploration of Haiti's revolution
Financial Times
Hard on the heels of Mélissa Laveaux's Radyo Siwèl comes another slice of Haitian history: a loose concept album about the Haitian revolution against French rule, which began in August 1791 and produced the western hemisphere's first free republic of ...

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The Haitian Uprising Was Spurred On by More Than Just a Fuel Price Hike – Truthout


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The Haitian Uprising Was Spurred On by More Than Just a Fuel Price Hike
Truthout
Janine Jackson: “Mt. Juliet Mission Group Stalled in Haiti.” “Missionary From Hubbardston Weathers Protests in Haiti.” “Riots Delay Lowell Missionaries' Return From Haiti.” “Raleigh Church Group Returning From Haiti After Civil Unrest.” Judging by ...

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