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Archbishop: Inequalities contributing to children’s deaths
By Rachael Espinet Friday, June 20 2014
The inequalities in society are a major factor that contributes to the recent deaths of children in the country, so said Archbishop Joseph Harris, in his Corpus Christi Homily yesterday. To date, there have been 17 deaths of children 12 and under.
“The discrepancy between the salaries of executives and the salaries of workers; inequalities in legal representation; inequalities in health care; the inequalities in housing; the inequalities in opportunities are some of the inequalities which continue to plague us as a nation in spite of the best intentions of many. It is these inequalities which contribute in no small measure than the state of children’s deaths,” Harris said.
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