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JR Gaillot Nov 20
Ending is a mistake. Haiti is not prepared to take on 59,000 people who work in America & send...
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Fight for 15 Florida Nov 21
Out here with our immigrant sisters & brothers demanding extension of & a Clean for children of immigrants!
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💙Rapunzel™ Nov 21
It's like Trump gets off on being mean. Seriously. Some 'president'.
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ILRC Nov 21
Trump just ended immigration protections for 50,000 Haitians, giving them – many of whom have lived in this country for more than a decade – 18 months to leave. Join us in calling on Congress to & pass permanent protections for all TPS holders
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ColorOfChange.org Nov 20
BREAKING: Trump admin ends , resulting in over 50k Haitian immigrants to be forced to leave the U.S. in 18 months. Now is time for Congress to act.
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Tom Jawetz Nov 20
This quote from me pretty well summarizes how terribly flawed and ridiculous it is that DHS decided tonight to end .
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Tom Jawetz Nov 15
The 50,000 Haitian TPS holders in the US today ARE helping to rebuild the Haitian economy. The remittances they send home are a much-needed lifeline. /1
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Boston Foundation Nov 21
Our statement today on the unfortunate decision to end TPS status for thousands of Haitians living in the U.S.
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AM Joy w/Joy Reid Nov 25
admin. ends temporary protected status for Haitians. Why our guests believe ’s refugees will be expelled ‘based on politics’ via
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Ciriac Isbeth Nov 20
Standing with all 11 million undocumented immigrants, and tonight especially with over 50,000 Hatian TPS recipients.
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Richard L. Trumka Nov 21
At a holiday time when families come together, the administration’s decision to terminate TPS for tens of thousands of Haitian workers is literally tearing families apart.
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#SOSNicaragua Nov 15
lol the fact that Haiti is overlooked, even by Central Americans, just shows how deep anti-blackness runs in latinidad
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UndocuBlack Network Nov 21
"You can't be surprised when systems that weren't meant for you fail you." Lys, TPS holder from Miami.
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Berry Lamy Nov 23
On March 12,1779: 500 men from helped the US fought in the revolutionary war in Savanah, Georgia with their lives in America’s time of need but today 1 man refuses to help Haitians in time of need.
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UndocuBlack Network Nov 21
DC Folks! Join us in an hour in front of the White House. We cannot and will not be silent! Protesting the decision to end Join Allies, immigrants and advocates :30PM in front of Lafayette Park
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Saurav Upadhyay Nov 21
Extremely disheartening news about ending of the TPS status for Haitians. I find it especially cruel as was given after a catastrophic earthquake and an unprecedented cholera outbreak. Much of the country is still in the midst of a recovery.
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iAmerica Jan 19
ATTN Haitian TPS holders: The deadline to re-register is 🔶 MARCH 19 🔶! Visit for a list of 10 things Haitians with TPS should know and do now to protect their rights. Spread the word and share widely!
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Kevin Pina 🔊 Nov 23
Strange how you didn't mention this as part of conditions in during your interview about . Cat got your tongue?
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HIAS Nov 20
Ending TPS for Haitians is unnecessary and inhumane. Period.
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HIAS Nov 21
Without the 46,700 Haitian TPS workers, the U.S. will lose $23.2 billion in GPD over the next decade. Congress must
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