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Dominican Republic: Exiled to Illegality in the Land of One’s Birth – PanAm Post


PanAm Post

Dominican Republic: Exiled to Illegality in the Land of One's Birth
PanAm Post
An immigrant census released in 2013 estimated 245,000 Dominican-born, first generation children of immigrants living in the country, with the vast majority — some 210,000 — being of Haitian descent. This reveals the ugly racial undertone of the ruling.

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Haitian culture on Long Island – Newsday


Haitian culture on Long Island
Newsday
Nassau County's Haitian population, which began with a tiny influx in Elmont in the 1980s, has grown markedly in the years since, with pockets of significant populations in western parts of the county, says Hermione Mimi Pierre Johnson, vice president ...

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Haiti – Football : The Grenadiers will face Kosovo in their first friendly … – Haitilibre.com

Haitilibre.comHaiti - Football : The Grenadiers will face Kosovo in their first friendly ...Haitilibre.com5 March in Mitrovica, the Selection of Kosovo will face in a friendly match, the National Selection Haiti, the Grenadiers, announced the Football ...

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Haiti – Politic : Strengthening of local authorities – Haitilibre.com

Haitilibre.comHaiti - Politic : Strengthening of local authoritiesHaitilibre.comWithin the overall framework of the support of the European Union (EU) to the decentralization and strengthening of non-state actors and local authorities in Haiti [Support...

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Five Haitian Nationals Charged With Illegal Entry in Bahamas – Atlanta Black Star


Five Haitian Nationals Charged With Illegal Entry in Bahamas
Atlanta Black Star
haitian immigrants 1 NASSAU, Bahamas–Immigration officials hauled seven Haitian nationals into a Bahamian court in the last two days, five for illegal entry and two for overstaying. Five of them appeared before Magistrate Debbye Ferguson on Tuesday ...

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Haiti – A nation with a cross to bear – Irish Independent (blog)


Irish Independent (blog)

Haiti – A nation with a cross to bear
Irish Independent (blog)
WITH people still trapped under rubble, bodies lining the streets and huge security concerns that saw armed American troops on the streets, the Haitian capital was truly devastated in what the United Nations described as the “most serious humanitarian ...

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