@nytimes
The New York Times
a month ago
The New York Times’s publication of “The Ransom” is a groundbreaking report laying out history’s role in Haiti’s poverty. Here are some of the latest reactions and updates from the project.
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@hitlermoonrover
David “Ezra Klein” Frum
a month ago
@nytimes You guys still doing this whole thing? Cow’s gotta be close to barren at this point.
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@ilyang1e
angie
a month ago
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@Rdiaz
Roman Dario Diaz
a month ago
@nytimes Excellent.
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@iselljackson
Bill White
a month ago
@nytimes Why aren't you reporting on the Mook revelations,?
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@pouncereps
Republicans Pounce
a month ago
@nytimes “History’s role in Haiti’s poverty?” Are you sure you don’t want to think of a better way to phrase this nonsensical propaganda?
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@hirekeenan
Mike Keenan
a month ago
@pouncereps @nytimes The French banks are taking it seriously. What is your aversion to real history? I don’t mean to mock the myths that define you but history was never “up by your bootstraps” fairytales and white Jesus.
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@JohnIsaac55
John Richardson
a month ago
@nytimes This was a good, sad, infuriating, informative read, thank you
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@nyttypos
Typos of the New York Times
a month ago
@nytimes "might look a lot of different now" is a typo for "might look a lot different now."
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@Ritmo524
Dania Reyes
a month ago
@nytimes Excelent and revealing articles! Thank you
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@BlancoJulioR
Julio Blanco 🇨🇺 🇪🇸 🇺🇸 🏳️‍🌈
a month ago
@nytimes No wonder Haiti is in such bad circumstances.
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