"This groundbreaking book aims at describing and understanding the opposition that Haitians have met with as they settle in the United States and other parts of the Caribbean. This collection of essays is the first comparative attempt to discuss anti-Haitian feelings across the Caribbean and the United States. Its interdisciplinary approaches make it a seminal book for students ready to consider migration and other transnational processes not just from the common understanding of hybridity and cultural creation but from the reality of stigmatizatoin and discrimination that many foreign nationals are subjected to."
--New West Indian Guide, Vol. 86, no. 1-2
Casts considerable light on and enhances our understanding of the experiences of Haitian migrants in their adopted homes.