On Tuesday, November 22 at 19:30 GMT:
Asylum seekers deported from the US to Haiti are enduring uncertainty and hazard after being forcibly returned to a rustic scarred by political, social, and financial upheaval.
Not less than 25,000 Haitian migrants who made it to the US after fleeing endemic gang violence and poverty have been expelled since September 2021 below the Title 42 public well being regulation, which was launched by the Trump administration after which continued by the Biden administration. A district courtroom choose just lately ordered that the coverage be delivered to an finish.
The experiences of Haitians deported from the US below Title 42 are the main target of Fault Strains’ forthcoming documentary ‘No Nation For Haitians’. The movie highlights how deported asylum seekers generally endure separation from household, in addition to threats of assault by gang members. Others are swept up by Haitian authorities and imprisoned with out cost.
On this episode of The Stream, we’ll take a deeper have a look at ‘No Nation for Haitians’ and ask what lies forward for Haitian asylum seekers looking for a greater life.
On this episode of The Stream, we’re joined by:
Guerline Jozef, @GuerlineMJozef
Co-Founder and Govt Director, Haitian Bridge Alliance
Jake Johnston, @JakobJohnston
Senior Analysis Affiliate, Middle for Financial and Coverage Analysis
Cesar Munoz, @_cesar_munoz
Affiliate Director, Americas Division, Human Rights Watch