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HAITIAN BRIDGE ALLIANCE DENOUNCES HORRIFIC VIOLENCE AND KIDNAPPING IN MATAMOROS; WARNS THE MIGRANT POPULATION IN THE AREA TO BE EXTREMELY CAUTIOUS Anti-Blackness is endemic in Mexico

HAITIAN BRIDGE ALLIANCE DENOUNCES HORRIFIC VIOLENCE AND KIDNAPPING IN MATAMOROS; WARNS THE MIGRANT POPULATION IN THE AREA TO BE EXTREMELY CAUTIOUS Anti-Blackness is endemic in Mexico

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 6, 2023 San Diego, California – On Friday, March 3, 2023, a video and photo surfaced on social media allegedly showing the aftermath of a shooting of three Black men and the potential kidnapping of…
THE HAITIAN BRIDGE ALLIANCE CONDEMNS THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION’S CRUEL AND ILLEGAL ASYLUM BAN Taking the lead from Stephen Miller is a travesty.

THE HAITIAN BRIDGE ALLIANCE CONDEMNS THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION’S CRUEL AND ILLEGAL ASYLUM BAN Taking the lead from Stephen Miller is a travesty.

February 22, 2023 Contact: Taisha Saintil tsaintil@haitianbridge.orgPaola Luisi pluisi@haitianbridge.org, 202-264-9546 San Diego, California – Yesterday, the Biden Administration announced a proposed Asylum Ban, that would bar any person who enters in between ports of entry or presents at a port of…
Paul Pierrilus, Who Was Unjustly Deported to Haiti Two Years Ago Today, Must Be Returned to the United States and Reunited with His Family

Paul Pierrilus, Who Was Unjustly Deported to Haiti Two Years Ago Today, Must Be Returned to the United States and Reunited with His Family

February 2, 2023 Contact: Taisha Saintil tsaintil@haitianbridge.orgPaola Luisi pluisi@haitianbridge.org, 202-264-9546  Paul Pierrilus, Who Was Unjustly Deported to Haiti Two Years Ago Today, Must Be Returned to the United States and Reunited with His Family Washington DC,…
Compassion in Action: Welcome.US and Haitian Bridge Alliance Team Up to Mobilize Sponsors Haitians have a new pathway to seek refuge in U.S. through support of a sponsor

Compassion in Action: Welcome.US and Haitian Bridge Alliance Team Up to Mobilize Sponsors Haitians have a new pathway to seek refuge in U.S. through support of a sponsor

Wednesday, January 11, 2022 CONTACT info@haitianbridge.org Washington, D.C.—Following the recent announcement from the Biden-Harris Administration that Haitians are eligible for humanitarian sponsorship through the Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans (CHNV), Welcome.US and the Haitian Bridge Alliance are…
Haitian Bridge Alliance Condemns the Biden-Harris Administration Expansion of Title 42

Haitian Bridge Alliance Condemns the Biden-Harris Administration Expansion of Title 42

Taisha Saintil – tsaintil@haitianbridge.org Paola Luisi – pluisi@haitianbridge.orgDated: 1.6.2023 San Diego, California – Today, the Biden-Harris administration announced a parole program allowing some migrants from Haiti, Nicaragua, Cuba, and Venezuela with U.S.-based sponsors to seek shelter in the United…
Haitian Bridge Alliance Responds to Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Extension and Redesignation for Haiti

Haitian Bridge Alliance Responds to Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Extension and Redesignation for Haiti

Contact: tsaintil@haitianbridge.orgPluisi@haitianbridge.org  San Diego, CA, December 5, 2022 – Haitian Bridge Alliance is pleased with the Biden-Harris administration’s decision to extend and redesignate Haiti for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). As the UN Security Council is considering an international intervention in…
Haitian Bridge Alliance leads Delegation to Panama to Investigate Impacts of Regional Immigration Policies and Abuses Suffered by People Seeking Refuge

Haitian Bridge Alliance leads Delegation to Panama to Investigate Impacts of Regional Immigration Policies and Abuses Suffered by People Seeking Refuge

Contact:  Taisha Saintil, Haitian Bridge Alliance, tsaintil@haitianbridge.orgBlaine Bookey, Center for Gender & Refugee Studies, bookeybl@uchastings.edu | (415) 703-8202Anthony Enriquez, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, enriquez@rfkhumanrights.org | (917) 941-9141Carolyn Tran, Communities United for Status and Protection,…
On International Day for People of African Descent, Haitian Bridge Alliance honors Toussaint Louverture

On International Day for People of African Descent, Haitian Bridge Alliance honors Toussaint Louverture

San Diego, California, August 31, 2022 – On International Day for People of African Descent, the Haitian Bridge Alliance (HBA) honored the contributions of Toussaint Louverture, the leader of Haiti’s revolution that ended slavery and started the fight for Black…
The Haitian Bridge Alliance Addressed the UN on anti-Black discrimination and mistreatment in the US asylum and immigration system

The Haitian Bridge Alliance Addressed the UN on anti-Black discrimination and mistreatment in the US asylum and immigration system

Geneva, Switzerland, August 8 2022 – Today, the Haitian Bridge Alliance, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Human Rights First, The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services  submitted a…
Seven Case Profiles of Medical Neglect and Violence Against Haitian Migrants in Tijuana

Seven Case Profiles of Medical Neglect and Violence Against Haitian Migrants in Tijuana

“This is the life of migrants here, we are treated like animals” San Diego, California, July 7, 2022 – As we hear stories of migrants all around the world suffering from neglect and abuse, leading to…

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