A Marshall Plan for Haiti by Raymond Joseph

A Marshall Plan for Haiti by Raymond Joseph After World War II, the United States instituted a plan for the recovery of war-devastated Europe, initially entitled the “European Recovery Program,” enacted into law in 1948 with bipartisan Congressional support, and renamed “The Marshall Plan” for Secretary of State George C. Marshall, who first urged such a plan. Only a similar plan, I suggest, can change Haiti, the devastation of which has not ceased since its independence in 1804. In…

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HAITIAN NATIONALS ON THE BRINK OF A PRECIPICE IN TEXAS * By Georges Bossous, Jr.

HAITIAN NATIONALS ON THE BRINK OF A PRECIPICE IN TEXAS * By Georges Bossous, Jr. In light of the inhuman treatment of Haitian nationals in Del Rio, Texas, I am obligated to express my grief and take a stand on behalf of the Haitian American Leadership Initiative. The terrifying images of our brothers and sisters being chased and whipped by border patrol police on horseback is a painful reminder of over 400 years of slavery. No one could have…

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