Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

People Fleeing DR Lack Support from Haitian and US Governments

This article does an excellent job of explaining the crisis currently unfolding as tens of thousands of Dominicans and Haitians leave the Dominican Republic (DR) for fear of violence from their neighbors. It describes the historic conflicts between DR and Haiti that led up to the current animosity between the two countries, and the current lack of support from the Haitian government to the people now living in border camps. As DR officially began mass deportations last week, many fear that the situation will become much worse. Part of the article is below. Click HERE for the full text. The Culture of Fear Fueling the Dominican Deportation Crisis George Altshuler, The American Prospect August 23, 2015 I left the Dominican Republic because people said they would kill all the Haitians,” said Mona Jermin in Haitian Kreyòl. “Now I have nothing.” Two […]

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