Haitian media personality Carel Pedre, reports on the entertainment industry in his popular radio show Chokarella, Creole for Carel’s show. He recently interviewed deportees in Tete-a-l’eau in the Sud-Est region of Haiti.
Humanitarian crisis boils in the Caribbean
An unidentified woman said that she was often the victim of humiliating insults in the Dominican Republic. She was denied medical attention at a hospital and kicked out, she said.
“‘Leave, leave, get out, leave, respect, you are a demon,'” a woman said she was told.
Pedre shared the dramatic interviews in Creole on Sound Cloud with his 39,400 followers on Twitter. Pedre, who travels to Miami often, said Dominican officials pushing the immigration law were causing a lot of suffering.
His interviewees said there was hunger, a sense of desperation and uncertainty about the job market. His post had been played about 2,398 times in four days. via Local 10