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Who is Solange Pierre?
Solange Pierre, known as Sonia Pierre, was a human rights advocate in the Dominican Republic who worked to end antihaitianismo, which is discrimination against individuals from Haiti or Dominicans of Haitian origin. For this work, she won the 2006 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award.
- born in (52 years ago) in Dominican Republic
- died on (4 years ago)
Solange Pierre a.k.a. Pierre Solange Musette Ensemble is a musical group.
- also known as Solange, Pierre
- album: "Musette From Paris"
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by Michael R. Hall
MUSIC • sult, Solange Pierre, a Haitian-Dominican human rights advocate, founded MUDHA in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, in 1983. Currently, MUDHA is active in 13 bateys [sugar plantation worker settlements], which are some of the poorest communities in the Dominican Republic. The children living in these communities are denied enrollment in the public school system because they lack legal identification papers. MUDHA has created independent community schools.
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