On The Eve Of Dominican Day, A Deportation Policy Draws Criticism

On The Eve Of Dominican Day, A Deportation Policy Draws Criticism

By Alexandra Starr

The controversy over the Dominican Republic’s policy to deport thousands of people of Haitian descent is reverberating through Caribbean-American communities in New York City.

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