MUDHAMovimiento de Mujeres Dominico-Haitiana (Spanish: Dominican-Haitian Women's Movement)
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The Dominican-Haitian Women's Movement, MUDHA, is a nongovernmental, non-profit organization created in 1983 to work with the Dominican-Haitian population in the Dominican Republic's sugar plantation shantytowns.
MUDHA's members are women from Haiti and Dominican women of Haitian descent.
Recently MUDHA was honored with the Kennedy Foundation's Human Rights award in recognition of our work defending the Haitian and Dominican-Haitian community and our struggle for the right to a name and nationality for children born in the Dominican Republic of Haitian parents.
Movimiento de Mujeres Dominico-Haitianas, MUDHA Solange Pierre, General Coordinator
This Manifesto forged our alliance with the Movimiento de Mujeres Dominico-Haitianas (MUDHA, Dominican-Haitian Women's Movement), with whom we continue to work today.
Our next action was to invite MUDHA's General Coordinator Solange Pierre to Puerto Rico to participate in the forum Ninez Invisible: Perpetuacion de la Esclavitud en el Caribe (Invisible Childhood: The Perpetuation of Slavery in the Caribbean) held in April 2004.
We took part in demonstrations and in seminars MUDHA organized on the island as well as in information and awareness-raising campaigns among the Haitian and Dominican communities in New York City.
2.2 ko 'si durvrtta mudha "Wet ist dieser Tor, dessen Benehmen schlecht ist?" Rather, "Wer bist du, du schlechter, torichter Mann?"