Haiti And Dominican Misconception Analysis

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Haiti and Dominican are two countries that share the same island in the Caribbean. These two countries have long plagued which the Dominican people treated Haitian with disregard, violence and conflict. A misconception is based on faulty thinking that Haitian people are dark skin. Dark-skinned immigrants and their descendants have been pushed out of the Dominican Republic last year. The children deported were born and raised there; they are unable to get birth certificates and naturalization papers. The government enforces the immigration law threatens to shrew these Haitian people. This study is an examination of the analysis and critique found in history that seeks a critical approach to the violence at the nation’s shared edges and its

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