Community leaders call for a united voice to address the Haitian migrant crisis

Amid the Haitian migration crisis in the United States, a number of Haitian group organizers and civic leaders referred to as for a “united national voice” to communicate for and suggest a sustainable answer.  The call got here throughout a digital panel on Oct. 21, organized by The Haitian Times.

“We are missing one national voice,” mentioned Carole Barotte Joseph, a retired faculty president who volunteered with Houston Haitians United to assist at the high.. “We need one national organization that at the strike of a moment — whatever occurs, whatever the issue — that can stand up and represent the Haitian community.”

Following the inflow of largely Haitian migrants tenting at the border in Del Rio, Texas, hundreds had been permitted entry into the U.S. whereas about 8,000 had been repatriated to Haiti. With the crisis unfolding on U.S. soil — rife with televised mistreatment and inhumane situations on show — the group leaders on the panel mentioned Haitian organizations should come collectively to assist implement insurance policies to shield the Haitians’ dignity. 

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