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· August, 2011

Stories about Migration & Immigration from August, 2011

Cuba: Pablo Milanés’ Voice

Haiti: Bishop Kébreau's Political Statement

Jamaica: Marcus Garvey's Birthday

Singapore: Foreign Maids are Happy?

India, US: Stories Of Adoption From India

Cuba: First “Gay” Marriage

This past weekend, a gay man and a trans-sexual woman, got married. In Cuba - on the same day that Fidel Castro turned 85. Bloggers weigh in on the landmark...

Cuba: “Las Damas” – The Struggle Continues

Trinidad & Tobago: Fork in the Road for England

Haiti: Right, Wrong & the London Riots

Jamaica: The “Performance of Gender”

Guyana, Dominica: Rhys’ Romantic Heroine

Syria: World Cities Rally Against and For Bashar

Events in Syria are being echoed around the world. Syrians in the diaspora rallied in the majority of the cities in the world, either asking to overthrow Bashar Al Assad...

Bermuda, Jamaica: London Burning

Angola: “Angolanization” of the Workforce

Trinidad & Tobago: A Patriot Passes On

Cuba: Bloggers Comment on Attacks vs. Activists

Trinidad & Tobago, St. Vincent: “Blogaversaries”

Cuba: Attacks on Activists

Mexico's ‘Train of Death’

Thousands of Central American migrants risk their lives to hop on top of moving freight trains going from southern Mexico to northern destinations along the US border. A new documentary...

Number of North Korean Defectors Surges In Thailand

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