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Tuesday 18 December 2018
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How to Help Dominicans of Haitian Decent Who Are Facing Deportation

The situation for approximately 250,000 Dominicans of Haitian decent isn’t looking good especially for the next few hours. According to the Dominican Republic’s new law, Dominicans of Haitian decent since 1929 will no longer be considered citizens of the said contry. They have been striped of

every human right the Haiti’s neighboring country and will be forced to leave the Dominican Republic.

Here’s how you can make your voice heard. Click here  to sign the petition. There are 3 steps once you arrived on the site. Enter your name, email address and zip code, then check your email. Once you’ve received an email from “We The People” open it and click to link asking you to confirm your support to this petition. Please sign and share. We need thousands more to sign this very important petition and we’re quickly running out of time.

From the Washington Post 

Delinua Dovil Jean Francois shows the supporting documents that proves that he did the paperwork for obtaining his Haitian identity card. (Ezequiel Abiu Lopez/AP)

From the New York Times 

A Haitian man sought legal residency in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, after the government set a Wednesday deadline for worker registration. Tatiana Fernandez/Associated Press

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