Maguana Tropical, the first and only agro-industrial free zone installed in the province, began its operations in 2004 with just Dominican workers, but 14 years later, of its 638 employees, 348, (54%) […]
As part of the patronal feast of the Immaculate Conception, President Jovenel Moïse accompanied by several local elected officials, took part in cultural activities organized in the Place Capois Lamort. The Head […]
Haiti: A U.N.-Backed Police Force Carried Out A Massacre In Haiti. The Killings Have Been Almost Entirely Ignored.
AT 5 O’CLOCK on the morning of November 13, more than 200 Haitian police officers raided the Grand Ravine area of Port-au-Prince. There was a series of loud explosions, followed by gunfire. For […]
Temporary Protected Status allowed thousands of Haitians to live in the U.S. for almost ten years. It will no longer exist after July 22, 2019, leaving Haitian New Yorkers with a tough […]
Port-au-Prince prosecutor, Clamé Ocnam Dameus on Mon. ordered the freezing of the bank accounts of 36 companies linked to the alleged network of corruption detected in Venezuela’s Petrocaribe program. The decision comes […]
Wide rebuke is the result after dozens of Haitians with machetes, knives and clubs on Sat. abducted prominent cardiologist Pedro Ureña and seven of his friends for several hours while two Dominican […]
What Happened When a (Developing) Nation Erased Birthright Citizenship-The Dominican Republic deported an estimated 70,000 to 80,000 people of Haitian descent over three years. Those left behind live in a state of institutionalized terror.
This is a story about what happens when you limit birthright citizenship and stir up hate against a certain class of immigrants. It takes place in the Dominican Republic. Like most countries […]