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Ricot Dupuy

Ricot Dupuy appears in the following:

Duvalier Returns to Haiti

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Ricot Dupuy, director and station manager of Radio Soleil, and Javier Zuñiga, special advisor at Amnesty International, discuss the return of former Haitian President Jean-Claude 'Baby Doc' Duvalier to the country, and take calls from Haitian New Yorkers.

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Haiti: One Year Later

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Ricot Dupuy, director and station manager of Radio Soleil, discusses what he's been hearing from Haitians and Haitian Americans about the situation in Haiti a year after the earthquake.

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Haitians Face Uncertain Future as US Suspends Special Immigration Status

Monday, December 20, 2010

Beginning next month, the U.S. government will end the special immigration status granted to certain Haitians left homeless by January's devastating earthquake. Immigration and Customs Enforcement — part of the Department of Homeland Security — says that they will only deport Haitians who had been convicted of crimes and finished serving their sentences; however, within New York's Haitian population, reaction has gone from concern to anger, as slow reconstruction coupled with a deadly cholera epidemic means an uncertain future for those forced to return home.

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Haitian Presidential Campaign

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Ricot Dupuy, director and station manager of Radio Soleil, checks in on Haiti, from the upcoming November 28th presidential elections to the violent cholera protests that erupted earlier this week.  

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Haitian Politics Update

Monday, August 09, 2010

Ricot DuPuy, director and station manager of Radio Soleil, talks about Haitian politics and the possibility of President Wyclef Jean.

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Haitians In America Look Back After One Month

Friday, February 12, 2010

Today marks one month since an earthquake of 7.0 magnitude shook Port-au-Prince, Haiti. At dawn on that first day, the capital was filled with dust, rubble and disoriented Haitians searching for loved ones.  Today, the sun rises on a changed city, full of tents, foreign aid workers and the first signs of rebuilding.

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