A fascinating series!
This series gave me a lot of insight into events that took place in my own neighborhood in Miami, of which I was woefully unaware. The Haitian community and its contributions to Florida along with several major US cities, have long gone overlooked. Their culture, history, and current political context have a great impact on both the broader Caribbean, as well as the United States’ own economic, immigration and international affairs conversations.
DJ Orejon via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/24/23
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It’s always hard for me, a privileged white girl, to hear about lives of those less fortunate than mine. I am disturbed and saddened about how I had no idea about any of these deaths. Thank you for taking the time to do this work, for giving a voice to those who few people listen to.
💃ole ole 💃 via Apple Podcasts · Italy · 06/03/20
I listen to podcasts for 2 reasons fun or knowledge, this is knowledge. It is the most informative podcast of things happening to women in Juarez. I am only 5 episodes in but I will see how this ends.
ElOso6736 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/22/20
Kudos to the brave journalists, mothers and allies of this movement to find the truth. My heart and prayer is with you. This is one of the dozen stories where Mexican authorities corruption has tried to get away with abusing its people. Time is ending for abusive authorities that pair up with...Read full review »
Salazuki via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/12/20
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