Migratory Notes Town Hall: Covering Haitian Migration

Daniela Gerson
Jun 10 · 1 min read

When: 6.24.21/ 5:30 PT/ 7:30 CT/ 8:30 ET

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In recent years, Haitians fleeing natural disasters, political instability and poverty have found new places to settle: Brazil, Chile, and increasingly Mexican border towns. While the United States recently extended Temporary Protective Status to 100,000 residents, that does not provide legal entry for Haitians not already in the United States. We spoke with journalists about the context and history of why people leave Haiti, growing migrant communities on the border in Mexico, as well as the pressing issues facing diaspora communities throughout the U.S.

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A weekly informed and concise guide to immigration news.