FANM Leads Rally at USCIS Miami Office to Stop All Deportations to Haiti
FANM Leads Rally at USCIS Miami Office to Stop All Deportations to HaitiMIAMI – On Wednesday, December 7th, 2022, Family Action Network Movement, elected officials and community leaders gather outside of USCIS in Miami calling the Biden Administration to reevaluate the current conditions of Haiti and urgently redesignate TPS for the over 50,000 undocumented Haitians nationals living in the United States. The rally will take place starting at 11:00 AM ET at USCIS Miami 8801 NW 7th Ave, Miami. Despite this crisis, the Biden Administration continues to deport and expel Black immigrants to Haiti in complete denial of their basic rights of due process. Family Action Network Movement (FANM) strongly condemns these illegal deportations and urges President Biden to redesignate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haiti. Redesignate TPS for Haiti.sflcn.com
Haitian migrants rescued from crowded vessel; others still aboard boat stuck on sandbar off Florida Keys
At least 22 migrants from Haiti have been rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard and an undetermined amount of others are still aboard a boat in bitter weather, hours after a good Samaritan reported the crowded vessel to officials Monday.sun-sentinel.com
Haiti’s ex-prime minister speaks to Local 10 News on solutions to nation’s crisis
Haiti is in the grips of a humanitarian crisis not seen in decades. Violent gangs have forced the country into lockdown for weeks. Local 10 anchor Calvin Hughes sat down exclusively with Haiti’s former prime minister to discuss solutions for a nation that seems to be on the brink of collapse.
He’s 9 month old and a U.S. citizen. Why does Florida DCF want to send him to Haiti?
By Jacqueline Charles and Jay WeaverHe was born in Broward County to a troubled mother who lost permanent custody due to mental health struggles. His father, back in Haiti, was not in the picture. Urged on by the Florida Department of Children & Families, a circuit court judge has ruled that 9-months old Ector — by birthright an American citizen — should be sent to Haiti to be with his maternal grandmother, who lives in a mountainous region and has no steady income. He could be sent to Haiti any day despite the concerns of his foster parents, who have struggled in their legal effort to keep him here. “He has the right to clean water, and he has the right to not starve.”thewestsidegazette.com
98 migrants rescued from boat off Florida coast lacked food
Almost 100 people, mostly from Haiti, who were rescued from an overcrowded boat off the Florida coast had no food or water for two days, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. A Coast Guard helicopter spotted the 96 Haitians, as well as a passenger each from Uganda and the Bahamas, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) east of Boca Raton, Florida, last week. The passengers told Coast Guard crew members that they had been at sea for a week and lacked food and water during the last two days.news.yahoo.com
Calls for help, humanitarian corridor as gangs siege Haiti
The United Nations is proposing a “humanitarian corridor” in Haiti’s capital to help people get gasoline and aid amid a mounting crisis as gangs keep blockading roads and access to some areas, including to one key fuel terminal in Port-au-Princewashingtonpost.com
Calls for help, humanitarian corridor as gangs siege Haiti
The United Nations is proposing a “humanitarian corridor” in Haiti’s capital to help people get gasoline and aid amid a mounting crisis as gangs keep blockading roads and access to some areas, including to one key fuel terminal in Port-au-Prince.
Texas State University Student Adopting Baby Boy He Found In Trash Covered With Ants While Visiting Haiti
After caring for the infant for five years, a Texas State University student, 27, who discovered a baby boy in a trash can and covered in ants while on vacation in Haiti has announced that he is adopting the child.news.yahoo.com
315 kids, adults shelter at school to escape Haiti gang war
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Hundreds of children and adults sheltered at a high school in Haiti's capital Saturday after fleeing shooting in a neighborhood where fighting between two rival gangs in recent weeks has caused dozens of deaths and destroyed homes. Francisco Seriphin, general coordinator for the religious community group Kizito, said 315 people had taken refuge in the Saint-Louis de Gonzague school, which is in the Delmas district neighboring the violence-wracked Cite Soleil neighborhood.news.yahoo.com
Haiti’s struggle worsened in year since slaying of president
A year has passed since President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated at his private home. Not only have authorities failed to identify all those who masterminded and financed the killing, but Haiti has gone into a freefall as violence soars and the economy tumbles.
Official: 8 more die as Haiti prisons lack food, water
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — An official said Thursday that at least eight inmates have died at an overcrowded prison in Haiti that ran out of food two months ago, adding to dozens of similar deaths this year as the country’s institutions crumble. Hunger and oppressive heat contributed to the inmates’ deaths reported this week by the prison in the southwest city of Les Cayes, Ronald Richemond, the city’s government commissioner, told The Associated Press. The United Nations Security Council released a report last week saying 54 prison deaths related to malnutrition were documented in Haiti between January and April alone in the country of more than 11 million people.news.yahoo.com
Charter business thrives as US-expelled Haitians flee Haiti
Thousands of Haitians in recent months have boarded charter flights to South America, according to flight tracking information and independent verification by The Associated Press in collaboration with the University of California, Berkeley.
Fatal boat trip highlights Haitians fleeing violence
Haitians are fleeing in greater numbers to the neighboring Dominican Republic, where they step onto rickety wooden boats as they attempt to reach Puerto Rico — a trip in which 11 Haitian women drowned this week, with dozens of other migrants believed missing.
WH: Ukraine rebel request a 'false flag' op
The White House says the request by Ukrainian separatists for Russian military assistance in the face of supposed "aggression" by Ukraine's government is an example of the "false flag" operations the West has consistently warned against. (Feb. 23)news.yahoo.com
Canadian ambassador calls for 'inclusive' Haiti accord
Ahead of an international conference on Haiti led by his country, Canada’s ambassador to the Caribbean nation is calling for a politically “inclusive accord” to address a deepening constitutional crisis following the July 7 assassination of President Jovenel Moïsewashingtonpost.com
Haiti's Senate reconvenes after 1 year amid instability
Haiti’s Senate has reconvened for the first time in a year with only a handful of legislators present, a move that highlights the country’s dysfunctional government as it prepares for elections following the assassination of President Jovenel Moïsewashingtonpost.com
Haitian prime Minister survives assassination attempt. But was it FAKE?
Ryan Grim and Robby Soave weigh in on the reported assassination attempt against Haiti's prime minister, Ariel Henry About Rising: Rising is a weekday morning show with bipartisan hosts that breaks the mold of morning TV by taking viewers inside the halls of Washington power like never before. The show leans into the day's political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders who can predict what is going to happen. It also sets the day's political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country's most important political newsmakers. Follow Rising on social media: Website: Hill.TV Facebook: facebook.com/HillTVLive/ Instagram: @HillTVLive Twitter: @HillTVLivenews.yahoo.com