ABOUT Marjorie Valbrun
January 30, 2012
In a story at America's Wire, Marjorie Valbrun describes the fate of more than 5,000 children of immigrants who are languishing in state foster care because their parents were detained or deported.
Haitians have become suspicious of relief groups that rushed to their aid after the quake, saying that they have seen little improvement in their lives, Marjorie Valbrun writes at iWatch News.
Opinion polls show that more whites than blacks believe the U.S. has entered a postracial era, America's Wire staff writer Majorie Valbrun says.
An American journalist's claim that her experiences in Haiti led her to seek out violent sex is the latest example of foreigners blaming the country for their personal problems.
A Haitian-American reporter recalls how she pursued Jean-Claude Duvalier for an interview during his exile in France and finally put him on the record.
Despite great catastrophes, Haitians rely on faith to nurture a sense of hope and optimism. The Haitian spirit may be dented, but it sure isn't broken.
Cubans vs. Haitians, Haitians vs. Cubans, African Americans vs. everybody else. Race relations in Miami have always been a tense affair. But are they getting better? The final chapter in The Root's series exploring black life in the 3-0-5.
In an open letter to the hip-hop icon, a fellow Haitian-American explains why it's a bad idea for him to try to become president of Haiti.
The nation's top cops say that making them check the residency status of suspects will set back years of trust-building in communities of color.
Every time the GOP chairman tries to draw attention to Obama’s supposed failings, he ends up drawing attention to his non-impressive self.
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