Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

51 Prominent Floridians Ask Clinton for Conversation on Human Rights

Haitian American voters seek a conversation with Secretary Hillary Clinton on humanitarian issues. 27 Florida-based organizations and 24 other prominent Floridians wrote a letter requesting a meeting with Secretary Clinton. The letter asked for the Secretary’s positions on human-rights issues, specifically petitioning for Temporary Protective Status re-designation for undocumented Haitians. An additionally alarming concern is the November 20 election in Haiti. If immigrant rights are human rights, a humanitarian approach would respect immigrants, fulfill their basic rights such as voting, protect the most vulnerable immigrant, and promote non-discrimination. “Fifty-one Florida based leaders want to know what Hillary Clinton would do and will do on these issues,” said IJDH’s Steven Forester. Below is an excerpt from the article. Click HERE for the full article. In Miami, Haitian-American voters grapple with mixed feelings about Clinton by Jacqueline Charles, with Patricia Mazzei. Miami Herald October 29th, 2016   […]

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