Rosita René and husband Ramon Feliciano (not pictured) moved to Chile from the Dominican Republic seven years ago. Today, they own a house, a car and a small business selling everything from produce to toilet paper at street markets in Quilicura, a suburb of Santiago, where Haitians have established themselves.
Rosita René and husband Ramon Feliciano (not pictured) moved to Chile from the Dominican Republic seven years ago. Today, they own a house, a car and a small business selling everything from produce to toilet paper at street markets in Quilicura, a suburb of Santiago, where Haitians have established themselves. Roberto González Vilajuana For the Miami Herald
Rosita René and husband Ramon Feliciano (not pictured) moved to Chile from the Dominican Republic seven years ago. Today, they own a house, a car and a small business selling everything from produce to toilet paper at street markets in Quilicura, a suburb of Santiago, where Haitians have established themselves. Roberto González Vilajuana For the Miami Herald

As Chile prepares for new president, Haitians warned they won't find 'paradise' there

March 01, 2018 07:00 AM