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Calendar and strategies to end the current crisis between Haiti and Dominican Republic

A coalition of civic leaders called CHEDEL has compiled a list of government offices, news stations and other influential people to contact about the ongoing crisis in the Dominican Republic. They’ve included days to call and sample messages for those looking for guidance.

Click HERE for the original paper. (This post is on page 6.)

Calendar and strategies to end the current crisis between Haiti and Dominican Republic

The Haitian Voice

September 2015

In October 2013, the Superior Court of the Dominican Republic voted to revoke the citizenship of Haitian descendants born after 1929. Tens of thousands Haitians and Dominicans of Haitian heritage are being deported or forced to leave the country. Many cases of lynching and robberies against Haitians have been reported since then.

Several organizations have been active in creating international awareness about these human rights violations. A coalition of civic leaders have developed a political strategy to end the actual ethnic cleansing being conducted in the Dominican Republic. The Haitian Voice is pleased to publish the version that we have received from CHEDEL).

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC BOYCOTT: CALENDAR & STRATEGIES

(Please, call the following institutions and deliver the messages herein suggested to force the Dominican Republican government to rescind its racist policy towards Dominicans of Haitian ancestry and Haitian immigrants. Call on the days indicated 24/7_ morning, evening and night. Leave a message if your call is transferred to a voice mail. Your call may save many innocent lives. If you speak limited English, just call and say:“Justice for Dominican-Haitians and Haitians in the Dominican Republic”.)

MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS

1. – Dominican Republic Mission to the United Nations (NY)
144 E 44th St #402, New York, NY 10017 • TEL: (212) 867-0833
MESSAGE: Stop the ethnic cleansing of Black people. I will stop traveling to the Dominican Republic due to the savage killings that are going on there. No more tourism! I support Haiti!

2. Greater New York Chamber of Commerce
4th Floor, 20 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036 • (212) 686-7220
MESSAGE: Boycott the Dominican Republic. Do not do business with thisterrorist state. Advise Americans not to travel there due to the ethnic cleansing underway. I support Haiti!

3. Embassy of the Dominican Republic in Washington, DC
1715 22nd St NW • Washington, D.C • (202) 332-6280
Message: The OAS and the UN should list the Dominican Republic as a terrorist state. End the lynching of Black people in D.R. No more tourism! I support Haiti! People who were born in the Dominican Republic need no immigration regularization. It is a crime against humanity to be a stateless citizen.

4. National Action Network (Rev. Al Sharpton)
106 W 145th St, New York, NY 10039 • (212) 690-3070
Message: Haitian lives matter like any other Black lives. Boycott the Dominican Republic. This is a racist country. No more tourism! Support Haiti!

5. NAACP National Headquarters
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.
40 Rector Street, 5th floor, New York, NY 10006 • (212) 965-2200 Washington, D.C. Office NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. 1444 I Street NW • Washington, DC 20005 • (202) 682-1300 Message: Help end state terrorism against Dominican-Haitians and Haitians living in the Dominican Republic. Boycott this racist country’s tourist business. Support Haiti!

6. Congressional Hispanic Caucus TEL: 202-434-8070
Message: The deportation and the separation of Hispanic families by the US are wrong. Likewise, the deportation and the separation of Haitian families living in the Dominican Republic are wrong. Fight discrimination against Dominican-Haitians and Haitian immigrants residing in D.R. Boycott Dominican tourism! Support Haiti!

7. Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
1720 Massachusetts Avenue, NW • Washington, DC 20036 Phone: 202-263-2800 • Fax: 202-775-0773
Message: The Dominican Republic government is denationalizing its black citizens of Haitian origin and supports the lynching of Haitian immigrants. Use your power to stop state terrorism! Support Haiti!

8. Information Service • Parliament of Canada • Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A9
Toll-free (Canada): 1-866-599-4999 • Telephone: 1-613-992-4793
Message: The Dominican Republic issponsoring terrorism against its citizens of African ancestry and Haitian immigrants. Sanction this country! Support Haiti!
-La République Dominicaine pratique le terrorisme à l’endroit de ses citoyens d’ascendance africaine et envers les immigrants haïtiens. Sanctionnez ce pays! Supportez Haïti!

9. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce
General inquiry • (613) 238-4000 • info@chamber.ca Message: Do not patronize the Dominican Republic. Boycott its tourism. This is a rogue state which has denationalized its Black nationals and is violating Haitian immigrants’human rights.Do nottravelthere.This country is notsafe. Support Haiti.

-Ne pas commercer avec la République Dominicaine. Boycottez son tourisme. C’est un état voyou qui rend apatridesses citoyens noirs et qui viole les droits humains des immigrants haïtiens. N’y effectuez aucun voyage. Pas de sécurité là-bas. Solidarité avec Haïti.

10. Univision/ Channel 41 • Departamento de Noticias
Tel: (201) 287-8900 • Email: noticias41ny@univision.net
MESSAGE: :The deportation and the separation ofHispanic families by theUS are wrong. Likewise, the deportation and the separation of Haitian families living in the Dominican Republic are wrong. Fight discrimination against Dominican-Haitians and Haitian immigrants residing in D.R. Boycott Dominican tourism! Support Haiti!

 

TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS & SATURDAYS

11. Telemundo/ Channel 47
1-877-47TELEMUNDO • 1-877-478-3536 WNJU Telemundo 47 • 2200 Fletcher Ave. • Fort Lee, NJ 07024

MESSAGE: The deportation and the separation of Hispanic families by the US are wrong. Likewise, the deportation and the separation of Haitian families living in the Dominican Republic are wrong. Fight discrimination against Dominican-Haitians and Haitian immigrants residing in D.R. Boycott Dominican tourism! Support Haiti!

12. NY1 (New York One)
CONTACT US ABOUT BREAKING NEWS To report a breaking news situation or provide information on a story that is happening right now, please call our Assignment Desk at 212-NY1-NEWS (212-691-6397).
MESSAGE: Inform viewers about the Dominican Republic government’s racist policies towards Dominicans of Haitian origin and its human rights violation of Haitian immigrants. Discourage viewers from visiting this dangerous country.

13. WSJ.com U.S. Customer Service: Monday – Friday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. (ET)
WSJ.com Europe Customer Service: Mon – Fri 08:00 to 17:00 United States or Canada1-800-JOURNAL(1-800-568-7625). Press 0 1-609-514-0870
Europe +44 (0) 203 426 1313
onlinejournal@wsj.com (for customers in the US and Canada) europesupport@wsj.com (for customers in Europe) asiasupport@wsj.com (for customers in Asia)
Message: Advise the business world to relocate investments made in the Dominican Republic. This country is insecure and is not business friendly. Help end apartheid and racism in D.R. Support Haiti!

14. HILLARY CLINTON • CLINTON OFFICE • Chappaqua, NY • 646-854-1432
Email: info@hillaryclinton.com

15. Bill Clinton Office • 85 Broad St, New York, NY • (855) 593-9675
Message: Mr. & Ms. Clinton should use their international influence to persuade the Dominican Republic government not to worsen Haiti’s post-earthquake situation by deporting Dominican-Haitians and Haitian immigrants.

16. VATICAN
Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations
25 East 39th Street, NYC 10016 • (212)- 370-7885. Email: office@holyseemission.org
Message: Haitian immigrants’ and Dominican-Haitians’ human rights are being violated by the Dominican Republic government. Be a good Samaritan. Help fight apartheid and racism by this terrorist state. Tell the Dominican government to switch from racism to equality for all.

17. White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20500 • (202) 456-1111
Message: Fight racism and apartheid by the Dominican Republic government against Dominican-Haitians and Haitian immigrants. Sanction this country. Freeze its assets. Support Haiti!

18.- Embassy of Haiti, Washington, DC (Ambassade d’Haïti , Washington, DC)
2311 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008 • (202) 332-4090
Message: English: Stop being a puppet government. Defend your nationals’ rights. Internationalize the Dominican Republic dilemma. Stop trading with this rogue state. End all contracts with Dominican firms.

Kreyòl: Sispann aji kon gouvèlman pope twèl. Defann dwa sitwayen w yo. Atake pwoblèm dominiken an nan yon nivo entènasyonal. Sispann fè komès ak leta teworis sa. Kase tout kontra ki te siyen ak biznis dominiken yo.

Français: Cessez d’être un gouvernement de doublure. Défendez les droits des nationaux. Internationalisez le conflict avec la République Dominicaine. Ne pas commercer avec cet état voyou. Cassez les contracts avec les firmes dominicaines.

19. DOMINICAN CONSULATE, NY
1501 Broadway #410, New York, NY 10036 • (212) 768-2480, 81, 82 y 83
Message: Do not kill Dominican-Haitians and Haitian immigrants. Stop teaching dark skin Dominicans that they are “Indian” and not Black. Making someone stateless is a crime against humanity. Stop the ethnic cleaning. No more tourism to your dangerous country! I support Haiti!

 

Click HERE for the original paper. (This post is on page 6.)

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