This first podcast #BlackLivesMatter Everywhere examines recent events of racial violence in the Dominican Republic and how they are connected to struggles against racism in the United States and globally.
For more information on the denial of citizenship rights to Haitians and their descendants see:
Sonia Pierre and the Struggle for Citizenship in the Dominican Republic: A conversation with Miriam Neptune, Manuela Pierre, Ninaj Raoul, Monisha Bajaj.
Barnard College, NYC December 6, 2012
PROTEST IN TIMES SQUARE MANHATTAN, NY --HAITIAN DIASPORA FOR CIVIC AND HUMAN RIGHTS October, 2013
The Dominican Republic and Haiti: A Shared View from the Diaspora: A conversation with Edwidge Danticat and Junot Díaz Americas Quarterly, Summer, 2014
A Barbaric Lynching in the Dominican Republic. February 2015
Haitian Man Lynched Amid Dominican Republic Immigration Controversy
Roque Planas February 11, 2015
Haitian's Lynching Renews Protests Against Dominican Citizenship Law. NPR February 14, 2015
Violence against Haitians in the Dominican Republic. May 2015
NY Dominicans Protest Haitian Deportations in the Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic’s "Ethnic Purging": Edwidge Danticat on Mass Deportation of Haitian Families
Dominican Republic Threatens to Deport Haitian Families
The Descent: Dominicans of Haitian Descent Face Deportation June 16, 2015
Concentration Camps in the Dominican Republic? Greg Grandin, The Nation, June 15, 2015