Dominicans of Haitian Descent Cast Into Legal Limbo by Court

Repost from The New York Times |
For generations, people of Haitian descent have been an inextricable part of life here, often looked at with suspicion and dismay, but largely relied on all the same to clean rooms, build things cheaply and provide the backbreaking labor needed on the country’s vast sugar plantations.Continue reading this article in The New York Times.

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