JCE investigates on a network of false identities of Haitian children
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JCE investigates on a network of false identities of Haitian children

Haiti – DR : JCE investigates on a network of false identities of Haitian children Sunday Castillo Pantaleón Member of the Dominican Committee for International Solidarity with Haiti,…

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Haitians risk arrest in Canada for a better life
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Haitians risk arrest in Canada for a better life

While United States President Donald J. Trump is clamping down on illegal immigration, thousands of Haitians with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the United States are rushing to…

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Three Haitian boys needing life-saving heart surgery require host families in Toronto
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Three Haitian boys needing life-saving heart surgery require host families in Toronto

Haiti Cardiac Alliance is searching for people to take in three preschoolers as they recover from complex heart surgeries at SickKids hospital. Owen Robinson is desperate to find…

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A year in a Haitian jail won’t deter this leader from his humanitarian work in Borgne, Haiti
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A year in a Haitian jail won’t deter this leader from his humanitarian work in Borgne, Haiti

Forty five people were held in the jail cell, which had one window and one row of bunk beds. Men without a bed would sleep under the bottom bunks on the floor, says Estimable Francius…

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Carline Smothers creates Zoe Beautee and the Little Reader’s Collection
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Carline Smothers creates Zoe Beautee and the Little Reader’s Collection

Multicultural children’s book series introduces children to the richness of the Haitian Culture “Necessity is the mother of invention” is an old English-language proverb which means, roughly, that…

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After 12 years in U.S., Stamford student may be ordered back to Haiti
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After 12 years in U.S., Stamford student may be ordered back to Haiti

STAMFORD — Mary was 8 years old when she stepped off a plane from Haiti with her older sister to visit their ailing grandmother in Stamford. What was…

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The literary world loses a major poet
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The literary world loses a major poet

President Jovenel Moïse, is profoundly saddened by the death Saturday in Canada, of the poet and Haitian of talent Claude C. Pierre (born in Corail) author of numerous…

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You Probably Don’t Want To Know About Haiti’s Sewage Problems
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You Probably Don’t Want To Know About Haiti’s Sewage Problems

The rain began on Good Friday. It fell into the roofless ruins of Port-au-Prince's Catholic cathedral. It swirled through stalls in the market downtown. In the hills above…

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Haitian advocates start 180-day countdown urging Trump administration to extend TPS
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Haitian advocates start 180-day countdown urging Trump administration to extend TPS

A 10-year-old girl from Miami who could be deported from the U.S. if Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, isn’t extended for Haitians joined a campaign Monday to raise…

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Haitian Immigrants With Temporary Status Await Trump’s Next Move
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Haitian Immigrants With Temporary Status Await Trump’s Next Move

Jean Jubens Jeanty, a Haitian Uber driver who lives in Brooklyn, has his future mapped out. After completing a high school diploma program at Brooklyn College next month,…

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