The leader of the local Spanish-speaking community, Alex Martinez, on Tuesday called on members to come forward and take the opportunity of the amnesty.
Martinez said this is extremely important so that all members can become “legal in this country.”
Martinez said he is doing everything possible to push his community to “go and do the right thing.”
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Also our English-speaking Caribbean Brothers and Sisters.
I HANG MY HEAD IN SHAME HAVING READ THIS NOT ONLY FOR MY BELOVED ISLAND OF ANTIGUA BUT ALSO LOOKING BEYOND TO WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH DR AND HAITI.
It is high time people realize that most black leaders do not care about doing the right thing ,just want political power . Our black brothers are suffering in Haiti . Dominican Republic building a wall to keep Haitians out . Election is coming .
My Haitian friends always tell me that the Dominicans in DR.do not like them.
They discriminate against them particularly when they they sleep with the DR women and when they cross over for work.
They even speak of harassment from the Police.
These are not my words these are the words of Haitian so ….
My DR friends tell me that the Haitians are not nice. They say the Haitians are crookish, lazy, crafty and entangled with “black magic”
My DR family tells me that they are not black like the Haitians and don’t want them in their country.
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