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Erased from the archive, the remarkable story of one Afro-Dominican revolutionary illuminates the Dominican colonial desire for whiteness at the expense of Black women’s lives.
Recent acts of anti-Haitian violence and discrimination are not isolated events, but part of a long history of anti-Blackness in the Dominican Republic.
For the hundreds of thousands of Kreyòl speakers living in the Dominican Republic, the lack of language resources limits access to basic services.
The Dominican government has always aligned itself with white supremacism, following the United States’ lead on immigration policies towards Haitians.
In an interview, lawyer-advocate Rosa Iris Diendome discusses her work defending the citizenship status of Dominicans of Haitian descent, which filmmaker Michèle Stephenson chronicles in her recent documentary Stateless.
Una entrevista con Ana F. Lafontaine, profesora de historia dominicana y latinoamericana, sobre la crisis electoral en la República Dominicana.
An interview with Ana L. Lafontaine, professor of Dominican and Latin American history, to discuss the electoral crisis in the Dominican Republic.
In the Dominican Republic, Haitian-descendants face profiling and scrutiny deep within the country’s borders.
Against a history of repression, corruption, and impunity, a growing social movement in the Dominican Republic demands change.
A century later, the legacies of the U.S. military intervention of the Dominican Republic persist.