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Story Publication logo September 29, 2023

Racism or Not, Dominicans and Haitians Need Each Other

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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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From his home in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Domingo Suero says, “95% of us are not racist” in the Dominican Republic, he said. The proof is in how much Haitians and Dominicans rely on each other for business, commerce, and other exchanges.

Video by Marvens Compère, Onz Chery, and Benaëlle Benoit.

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