Haitian refugees brave anti-black violence in Latin American countries now denied US entry at border

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For months and for some years, thousands of Haitian migrants have been attempting to find refuge in the U.S. However, their wait at the Mexico-U.S. border shows militarized, brutal treatment by custom agents, and in a highly criticized delay of action from the Biden Administration.

The migration crisis of tens of thousands of Haitians waiting to get into the US at the Mexico border shows gross disparities in treatment of migrants. The Biden Administration has been heavily critiqued about the way they’ve been handling the situation, which adds to the long, imbalanced history between the Haiti and former slave-holding countries like the U.S. Our guest contributors,
Guest Contributors are Sherice J. Nelson and Dame Crawford talk about this issue.

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