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By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, Oct 29, 2013 Following a visit earlier this month from Haitian Senator Moïse Jean-Charles,...
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, Oct 22, 2013 Over 1000 people massed in front of a police station in the Martissant section of Port-...
By Randal C. Archibold, New York Times, Oct 24, 2013 SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — For generations, people of Haitian...
By Kevin Edmonds Oct 24, 2013--It has been almost four years since Haiti was hit by the 7.0 earthquake which left over 100,000 dead and...
By Haiti Relief and Reconstruction Watch, Oct 22, 2013 The AP reported yesterday that, “the number of Haitians still displaced by...
Two news reports enclosed. Group Says Haitian Garment Workers Are Shortchanged on Pay By Randal C. Archibold and Steven Greenhouse,...
By the Caribbean Journal staff, Thursday, Oct 10, 2013 Despite hundreds of millions of dollars appropriated for Haiti, the results of...
By Roger Annis, October 14, 2013 Stephen Lewis, a former Canadian ambassador to the United Nations who has also served at the world...
By Rick Gladstone, The New York Times, Wed. Oct. 8, 2013 Advocates for Haitian victims of the deadly cholera epidemic that first...
Al Jazeera, Sept 27, 2013 Fourteen Caribbean nations are suing the governments of the United Kingdom, France and the Netherlands for...
'Fragments: Haiti Four Years After the Earthquake' 'Fragments' is a powerful new exhibit that glimpses into Haitian...
Exploitation of Workers in the Dominican Republic's Sugar Fields Continues Published on AFL-CIO Now, Oct 2, 2013 On Friday, the U...
Thousands mark anniversary of ex-president's ousting in 1991, with some calling for current president to resign Associated Press,...
By Ezra Fisher and Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, Oct 1, 2013 Dominican human rights activists Tuesday announced planned...
Protest against Dominican Republic making Haitians stateless By Haiti Support Group (UK) This past Wednesday, September 25th, the...
By  Andrea Germanos, staff writer, Common Dreams, Sept 27, 2013 Haitian protesters and their advocates brought their voices...