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Paul Ortiz: What the US (and world) owe to Haiti – Gainesville Sun

Gainesville SunPaul Ortiz: What the US (and world) owe to HaitiGainesville SunAt a White House meeting on immigration, President Donald Trump reportedly asked “Why do we want people from Haiti here?” This came after a June meeting where the president a...

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Black, Latino immigrants in Massachusetts file lawsuit to block end of TPS – Daily Free Press (blog)


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Black, Latino immigrants in Massachusetts file lawsuit to block end of TPS
Daily Free Press (blog)
A young girl chants on her father's shoulders at the Protest Against Muslim Ban and Anti-Immigration Orders on Jan. 29 in Copley Square. PHOTO BY VIGUNTHAAN THARMARAJAH/ DFP FILE PHOTO. A group of black and Latino immigrants in Massachusetts filed a ...

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Is a restored military cause for concern or hope in Haiti? – America Magazine

America MagazineIs a restored military cause for concern or hope in Haiti?America MagazineThe new unit is comprised of around 500 soldiers, whose mission is centered on civil works. It is expected to eventually expand to 5,000 troops. That force will b...

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Talks In Haiti On Tackling Migration – Bahamas Tribune

Bahamas TribuneTalks In Haiti On Tackling MigrationBahamas Tribune#According to the communique, during the meeting both men underscored the need for the creation of economic, commercial and investment opportunities between the private sectors in Haiti ...

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Why Trump’s effort to curb immigration could hurt US economy – mySanAntonio.com


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Why Trump's effort to curb immigration could hurt US economy
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Many immigrants say they are confident — or at least hopeful — it won't come to that. "I'm optimistic," says Amara Sumah, an immigrant from Sierra Leone who owns a West African restaurant in Washington D.C. "The American people are generous. The ...
America's immigrants are a source of strength, dignity and prideSt. Paul Asian American Press

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PM Holness Attends CARICOM Inter-sessional in Haiti – Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service


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PM Holness Attends CARICOM Inter-sessional in Haiti
Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service
Prime Minister Andrew Holness left the island this morning to attend the 29th Inter-sessional meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government for the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) in Port-au-Prince Haiti. The Prime Minister will also use the inter ...
Climate Change Top on Caricom AgendateleSUR English
Climate resilience, de-risking, crime on agenda for CARICOM's Haiti meetingSt. Lucia News Online (press release)
CARICOM leaders address regional integration concerns at summitJamaica Observer
Loop Trinidad & Tobago -Curacao Chronicle -Loop Barbados
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Lexington family raising money for home for Haitian family – WTVQ

WTVQLexington family raising money for home for Haitian familyWTVQLEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Dozens of people came out Sunday to a fundraiser at Banners on Boston Road for a Haitian family. A Lexington family is trying to raise enough money to build a new ...

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