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"The real disaster of Hurricane Matthew is still unfolding." Views
Chronicling a Forgotten Disaster: Hurricane Matthew, Ten Months On
I just returned from my summer research in Haiti, traveling through the South and Grand-Anse provinces, which were devastated by Hurricane Matthew overnight on October 4, 2016, barely ten months ago. Visitors to the Grand-Anse whose only experience of Haiti is the West department, which houses Port...
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Asylum Seekers, Fleeing Trump's Hostility, Overwhelm Quebec's Refugee Resources
Crossing at remote locations along the border, thousands have left the U.S. for Canada in hopes of attaining refugee status
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'You Live Under Fear': 50,000 Haitian People at Risk of Deportation Under Trump
“With TPS, it’s like you live under fear,” thirty-something aspiring nurse Michaëlle explained. “You don’t know what’s going to happen. I live with stress because of that.” Michaëlle’s situation just got worse on April 20, when Trump’s immigration agency recommended ending Temporary Protected...
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Taking 'Major Steps Towards Justice,' UN Apologizes for Haiti Cholera Outbreak
'The U.N. has an obligation to recompense these people'
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End of an Empire? A View of Clinton's Loss and Trump's Triumph from Haiti
Seen from outside the U.S., this descent into fascism is not surprising
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As World Looks Elsewhere, Haiti’s Disaster Just Beginning
One month after Hurricane Matthew ripped through Haiti, the nation and its people have been all but forgotten by the international community
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Just Weeks After Matthew, Global Community Has Forgotten Haiti
United Nations criticized for raising paltry amount of promised aid package to compensate cholera victims
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After Hurricane, Haitian Women Ready to Lead
Hurricane Matthew has devastated Haiti, but women are at the forefront of the recovery.
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Aid Groups Warn of More 'Unnecessary Deaths' in Haiti as Cholera Outbreak Threatens
As death toll from Hurricane Matthew reaches 1,000 with almost 800 people missing, aid agencies warn that Haiti may be struck by fresh cholera outbreak
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Hurricane Matthew: Haitians Rebuilding Haiti
In the days before Hurricane Matthew, when it became clear it would not dissolve harmlessly, I called a friend in Haiti to warn him. I did not just call Daniel Tillias, leader of the SAKALA community center in Cite Soleil, because he is my friend. I called Daniel because he was the one I knew...
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