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Haiti and DR — Unequal Neighbors

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In the aftermath of last week’s earthquake in Haiti, the Dominican Republic has expressed solidarity with its neighbor. Though Haiti and the DR share the island of Hispaniola, their histories, cultures and economies greatly differ. Racial tensions, stateless children and immigrant violence have created tensions along the border. Martin Savidge hosts Marselha Gonçalves Margerin of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights and Michele Wucker of the World Policy Institute to discuss these unequal neighbors.

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