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Haiti, Antihaitianismo, And The Dominican Republic

AFRICANGLOBE - On September 23, 2013, the Constitutional Court of the Dominican Republic ruled that the children of “irregular” migrants born in the Dominican Republic after June 21st, 1929 would be stripped of their Dominican citizenship. The ruling – which could render 250,000 Dominicans of Haitian descent stateless – came as a result of a challenge by Juliana Deguis Pierre against the Dominican Electoral Board.

Anti-Black Violence And Mob Justice Against Haitians In The Dominican Republic

AFRICANGLOBE - The Dominican Republic expelled at least 244 Haitians after an elderly Dominican couple was slain in an apparent burglary near the border between the two countries and a Dominican mob retaliated by killing a Haitian man, two migrant advocates said Sunday.