FANM's Halt Haitian Deportations and Detentions Campaign
Dear Partners In Advocacy,
Thank you to all the elected officials, organizations, and community advocates who have partnered with us to bring attention to the grave humanitarian crisis of Haitian refugees at the Southern Texas border.
We have released a statement to inform the public of the recent repatriations of Haiti refugees who arrived to Miami by sea. For more information on the Haitian refugees at the Southern Texas border, click here. Our Social Media Toolkit includes sample tweets and graphics as well as additional content on how to advocate for Haitian refugees who are being deported or held in detention centers across the U.S. without the opportunity of fair due process.
Please help us elevate this messaging, promote this content on your social media channels. We are calling on Biden Administration to stop all deportations to Haiti, release all Haitian detainees across the United States, support the agreement of the Commission for a Haitian Solution to the Crisis, and to develop a process to let the Haitian Refugees into the U.S. to pursue their cases in a court of law.
Thank you for your support! We are all a part of this movement. Together, we can hold our elected authorities accountable and defend the human rights of black non-violent and non-criminal immigrants. In Unity, Marleine Bastien, MSW, LCSW Executive Director Family Action Network Movement (FANM)