A child living in servitude is often called a restavèk, a Creole word that literally means a “stay-with.” But the word has come to be a foul word in Haiti, an insult one would use to say someone is worthless. And this is how restavèk children generally feel.
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Based on his extensive fieldwork at gun training schools, Harel Shapira, Assistant Professor of Sociology at The University of Texas at Austin, explains how gun owners are socialized to think of guns as tools rather than weapons.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — The race to fill the House seat left empty by current Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., entered its final day on Monday as former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford and businesswoman Elizabeth Colbert Busch set out to convince registered voters to turn out in Tuesday’s special election. The two have been nearly tied […]
WASHINGTON (VOR) — As Secretary of State John Kerry presses Israel and Palestine to revive their long-awaited peace talks, Ambassador Maen Areikat, the chief representative of the Palestine Liberation Organization to the U.S., remains cautiously optimistic about the future of the people whom he represents. Areikat says last year’s vote in the United Nations General […]
Thousands of veterans came to Washington, D.C., on Monday in honor of their fellow men and women uniform to celebrate Memorial Day. Despite the holiday, some veterans are still waiting for assistance as the Department of Veterans Affairs is weighed down with a backlog of more than 600,000 claims. Host Carmen Russell-Sluchansky spoke with Jes […]
Voice of Russia American Edition’s chief political and legal correspondent Carmen Russell-Sluchansky has been covering the Bradley Manning trial in Fort Meade, Md. There Manning’s supporters have gathered each day before the trial to protest Manning’s treatment and the conditions of his imprisonment. Produced by Nathan Frandino, Carmen Russell-Sluchansky Edited by Brett Fox