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5 Things We Learned About The Extreme Lack Of Haitian Dominicans In MLB

Out of the 82 Dominicans that made last year's Opening Day rosters, Miguel Sano was the only player to identify as Haitian Dominican. But why?


Tony Peralta’s “Second Home-Coming” Puts Dominican Pride On Full Display

Peralta affirms that like defending blackness, championing the common ground among Dominicans is also embedded in his mission.


Dominicans Take A Stand Against Corruption In La Marcha Verde

“This time the citizens will win, and the corrupt will lose"


Miss Dominican Republic Will Compete For Crown Despite Lack Of Governmental Funds

"As you all might know, our beautiful island was declared a disaster zone"

Music Premieres

Premiere: Roc Nation Latin’s Mr. Paradise Salutes His Hood In “De La 1 Hasta La 90″

"It is difficult to reach a dream, and not remember the streets that saw you grow, laugh and cry…"


Severe Flooding Leaves Dominican Republic In State Of Emergency

More than 20,000 people have been displaced from their homes.


The First-Ever Dominican Is Elected To U.S. Congress

And he was formerly undocumented.


How Dominican Ballers Al Horford and Karl-Anthony Towns Formed An Unbreakable Bond

The duo met when a 15-year-old KAT played for the Dominican Republic National Team alongside Horford at the 2010 FIBA games.


Environmental Film Festival Returns To The Dominican Republic

"For us, it's very important to use film as an educational medium…"
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