Jewish Journal

American Jews must speak out for Haitians in Dominican Republic

by Ruth Messinger, JTA

12 hours ago

Activists demonstrating in Washington, D.C., on behalf of the estimated 20,000 Dominicans of Haitian descent who were stripped of their citizenship and are facing expulsion, June 22, 2015. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images

Fewer than 800 miles from our shores, a deeply disturbing crisis is unfolding as tens of thousands of citizens of the Dominican... read full article

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