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Paul Beaubrun Shares His Love For Haiti In Song: ‘Our Message Is Still Strong’ – NPR


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Paul Beaubrun Shares His Love For Haiti In Song: 'Our Message Is Still Strong'
NPR
The Creole word ayibobo carries many meanings. It can mean blessings or welcome. It can describe something wise or something you like. For Haitian singer-songwriter Paul Beaubrun, it signifies strength and resilience of his country, which is why he ...

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Trump’s America empowers public displays of racism – Irish Times


Irish Times

Trump's America empowers public displays of racism
Irish Times
Still other times, my reaction is based entirely on an objective decision to resist anti-immigrant rhetoric. For example, when Trump characterises immigrants from Haiti and African nations as coming from “shithole countries”, something inside screams ...

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Haitian president creating admirable economic incubators – The Philadelphia Tribune


Haitian president creating admirable economic incubators
The Philadelphia Tribune
When Trump called Haiti a s---hole country, the media frenzy was amazing. Now that it's all over, the coverage on Haiti has been little to none. But with all the attention elsewhere, the president of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, has been busy strategizing ...

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United Nations Mission for Justice Support in Haiti – Report of the Secretary-General (S/2018/527) – Reliefweb

ReliefwebUnited Nations Mission for Justice Support in Haiti - Report of the Secretary-General (S/2018/527)ReliefwebThe present report is submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 2410 (2018), by which the Council extended the mandate of the Un...

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US Congress to UN: What are you doing to compensate Haiti’s cholera victims? – Miami Herald


Miami Herald

US Congress to UN: What are you doing to compensate Haiti's cholera victims?
Miami Herald
More than 100 members of Congress are sounding the alarm over Haiti's deadly cholera epidemic and the victims of the waterborne disease who are still awaiting compensation from the United Nations. Cholera, which was non-existent in Haiti for at least a ...

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Inside the Effort to Bring Haitian Religious Leaders to the Forefront of Social Activism – Pacific Standard


Pacific Standard

Inside the Effort to Bring Haitian Religious Leaders to the Forefront of Social Activism
Pacific Standard
Halfway up a four-story walk-up that houses one of the oldest Haitian ministries in Brooklyn, some 20 people, mostly women in their late 50s to early 60s, sit closely together in a small room. They're eagerly listening to a panel of lawyers sharing ...

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