Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Stand with Haiti and Denounce Trump’s Vulgar Comments

Dear Friend,      This Friday is your chance to join the Haitian community and allies in Boston at 12:00 PM in Front of Boston City Hall to denounce President Donald Trump’s use of racist language to describe Haiti, El Salvador and all African countries. Let’s urge Congress to pass legislation to create a permanent solution for Haitian TPS-holders and to keep their families together. Sincerely Wadner Pierre IJDH Communications Coordinator  

Haitian Community in Boston and Allies Will Rally this Friday to Denounce Trump’s Racist Comments about Haiti

Join the Haitian community and allies in Boston this Friday, Jan 26, 2018, at 12:00 PM in Front of Boston City Hall to denounce President Donald Trump’s use of racist language to describe Haiti, El Salvador and all African countries. Let’s urge Congress to pass legislation to create a permanent solution for Haitian TPS-holders and to keep their families together. 

Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts (HAAM) Releases their Artbook ‘Migrating Colors: Haitian Arts in New England’ on January 12

  To commemorate the 8th Anniversary of Haiti’s Jan. 12 Earthquake, JEBCA Editions is pleased to announce the release of the Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts (HAAM) artbook Migrating Colors: Haitian Arts in New England featuring the artworks of 30 Haitian artists living in New England. Several pages of the book pay tribute to Haitian artists from the city of Jacmel, Haiti, and the survivors of Haiti’s January 12 Earthquake of 2010. The event will take place on Friday, January 12 at 4 P.M. in the Mayor’s Neighborhood Gallery, located at the Boston City Hall, it is a symbolic remembrance of the earthquake that killed more than 230,000 people.  Several dignitaries, including the Mayor of Boston Marty Walsh, and artists featured in the book are scheduled to attend the reception. Click HERE more details.

Join the Haitian-American Community in Boston to Rally in Support of TPS  Extension for Haitians

Over 50,000 Haitian families who have been living in the United States under TPS status could be deported next January if the Trump’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) terminates TPS status for Haiti. Join the Haitian-American Community in Boston on November 5th from 2:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. in front of St. Angela Church State House located in Mattapan, MA, to rally in support of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for over 50,000 Haitians. Get directions

Haitian-American Community in Boston Rallies in Support for TPS on September 20th

Join the Haitian-American Community in Boston on September 20th  from 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. in front of the Massachusetts State House located in Downtown Boston to rally in support of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haiti. Over 50,000 Haitian nationals who have been living in the United States in the seven years under TPS status could be deported next January if the Trump administration terminates TPS status for Haiti. Join us, add your voice, you would be glad you did.

ATTENTION HAITIAN FAMILIES: You are invited to a special information session on Temporary Protective Status (TPS)

Join us on Thursday, June 29 at 6:00PM for a special information session on TPS at IFSI-USA/ TBC (Tabernacle Baptist Congregation) located at 575 American Legion Highway, Boston, MA 02131. This event is sponsored by: Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office – USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices- True Alliance Center – St. Mark’s Community Education Center – Gilbert Albert Community Center -Immigrant Family Services Institute (IFSIUSA) – Massachusetts Association of Haitian Parents -New England AILA (American Immigration Lawyer Association) – PAIR (Political Asylum/Immigration Representation) Project – Immigration Impact Unit- HAU (Haitian American United) For more  information, please contact True Alliance at (617) 799-7009 & (617) 288-8515 and/or BMBCc, Inc : 617-756-4413. You can also download the announce HERE.

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