Lives have been blocked by a wall separating Haiti and the Dominican Republic


The lives of both gay and straight residents of the island of Santo Domingo / Hispaniola are being impacted by a new border wall — the second longest in the Americas. That wall and disputes between the island’s two nations — the Dominican Republic and Haiti — have created hardships for LGBTI people on both sides of the border. In the following brief interviews, residents of each nation told Erasing 76 Crimes that they are being affected in many ways:


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