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To Fix the Trauma of Immigrant-Family Separation, Stop Criminalizing Human Nature – Forbes


To Fix the Trauma of Immigrant-Family Separation, Stop Criminalizing Human Nature
Forbes
It's a simple reminder that the only way to keep immigrants out of the United States is to crash the economy so substantially that few would want to come here in the first place. Along these lines, readers can rest assured that Guatemala, Haiti and ...

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Howard University Hospital Embarks Upon Medical Mission to Haiti – Howard Newsroom (press release)

Howard Newsroom (press release)Howard University Hospital Embarks Upon Medical Mission to HaitiHoward Newsroom (press release)Thirty HUH physicians, faculty members, medical and nursing students working in tandem with Haitian and non-Haitian physicians...

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Florida County Being Sued After Turning Away Haitian Immigrant, Countless Others Seeking Education – Blavity

BlavityFlorida County Being Sued After Turning Away Haitian Immigrant, Countless Others Seeking EducationBlavityThe Southern Poverty Law Center is suing a county in Florida for turning away hundreds of immigrant children looking for an education. One o...

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Mission of Hope: Haiti Accepts Stewardship of Baptist Haiti Mission – GlobeNewswire (press release)

GlobeNewswire (press release)Mission of Hope: Haiti Accepts Stewardship of Baptist Haiti MissionGlobeNewswire (press release)Austin, TX, June 21, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mission of Hope: Haiti announced yesterday that they have accepted leadership of ...

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Marcell Dareus building classrooms in Haiti with $125000 donation – AL.com


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Marcell Dareus building classrooms in Haiti with $125000 donation
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"I'm overwhelmed with appreciation that Hope for Haiti and the Haitian community are welcoming me back with the dedication and construction of a school wing in my name," Dareus said in a release. "More importantly, giving back to the Haitian children ...

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This teen is one of about 200 immigrants excluded from Collier high schools – Naples Daily News


This teen is one of about 200 immigrants excluded from Collier high schools
Naples Daily News
Seventeen-year-old Nehemy Antoine and his father, Emile, thought it would be easy to enroll the teen in an American high school. They were U.S. citizens, after all. The pair, immigrants from Haiti, brought the teenager's passport, his Social Security ...

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