Saturday, October 19, 2013

Court Decisions in the Dominican Republic devalues Haitian Human Rights, Work and Lives

A court ruling in the Dominican Republic striped citizenship from the children of Haitian workers. I'd like to know who the hell they think they are. One, telling people that live on the same island as them that they are migrant. Two, if their parents came there that means most likely they were born there! Where is the migrant in that situation. This should be seen as a blow to the Latin American Community / Afro Carib Community! They are still bowing and accepting sovereignty with a colony that both enslaved generations of their families mentally and physically. I know when I was young there were many Dominican women still bleaching their skin to disassociate themselves with their African/Haitian ancestry. 

Many are outraged! Especially here in New York.

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