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Archdiocese of Miami Nov 22
Nov. 22- Archbishop and Randy McGrorty, Executive Director of Catholic Legal Services, Archdiocese of Miami (CLS) at Conversation with Archbishop Thomas Wenski discussing and
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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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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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David Leopold Nov 23
. editorial slams Trump’s cruel decision to cancel protections for 50k Haitians living in the US legally, exposing them to deportation to nation in crisis. Laments destruction of yet more American families.
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AM Joy w/Joy Reid Nov 25
. tells your help supporting this bill can assist those impacted by crisis → H.R.4384 - 115th Congress (2017-2018): ASPIRE-TPS Act of 2017 | | Library of Congress -
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UndocuBlack Network Aug 27
Yep! Ending TPS for Haitians was unlawful — and racist, too
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Nancy Pelosi Nov 21
We will continue to fight to protect against the Administration’s misguided attacks.
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Lawyers' Committee ☎️866-OUR-VOTE Nov 21
We urge Congress to step in and provide support for displaced Haitians in the face of an administration unwilling to meet our country’s historical humanitarian commitments on immigration. Read our full statement from
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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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Marielena Hincapié Nov 20
Breaking: Trump ends Another cruel & heartless move aimed at growing # of undocumented & separating families
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Adriano Espaillat Nov 21
decision to end is shameful and disheartening! is anti- the values we hold dear as a nation & I will continue to fight to urge for an extension to
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Jonathan Jayes-Green Nov 20
To my Haitian TPS community: I love you and I’ll continue to fight with you. ❤️
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Archdiocese of Miami Nov 22
"We've had immigration reform paralyzed for over a decade." Kennedy-McCain in 2001. "It didn't happen because of 9/11." Then Sen. Mel Martinez (Fla.) tried again. Administration lost its political capital due to Iran war.
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Piper Perabo Nov 21
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Ines San Martin Nov 22
Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami told that the Trump administration’s decision to end TPS status for Haitians wasn’t a matter of sending Haitians back home: “Home for them is here now,” he said. “There’s no home there.”
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ColorOfChange.org Nov 23
On Monday, the Trump administration announced the elimination of impacting nearly 60,000 Haitian immigrants. Sign the petition to demand Congress pass legislation that
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SEIU Mar 6
Ending after years in the US working legally, opening businesses and raising families will hurt our economy-- affecting ALL of us.
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Rewire.News Nov 21
Trump’s anti-immigration agenda puts 60,000 Haitians in immediate peril by
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Neki Mohan Nov 21
Mother of 5 talks about the fear of leaving her children when the TPS deadline is enforced.
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Rep. Emanuel Cleaver Nov 15
Extending Haitians' temporary protected status is the right and humanitarian thing to do, so I will continue fighting to
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