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Haitians Working in Dominican Republic

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In recent years, a new group of Haitians have arrived in the DR from Haiti’s middle- to upper-income...

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Luis Alberto Ortiz Morónta, a music technician, says some Dominican employers are often frustrated when compatriots complain of Haitians doing jobs most Dominicans are unwilling to do.

Video courtesy of Haitian Times. 2023.

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