The Times podcast: The Haitian dream for America – Yahoo News

After displacement from Haiti, an exodus from South America and an epic journey through the Americas, what became of Haitians’ American dream? Today, in the final episode of the “Line in the Land” podcast, produced by Texas Public Radio and the Houston Chronicle, we hear from Haitian migrants about where they ended up. Read the full transcript here.
Hosts: Joey Palacios of Texas Public Radio and Elizabeth Trovall of the Houston Chronicle
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Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis sent two planes carrying illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, on Wednesday, his office has confirmed.
The Florida governor was apparently trying to expose the hollowness of liberal support for migrants, but locals clubbed together to help them.
The arrival of more than 1,300 migrants per day on average is challenging El Paso's ability to shelter them.
A new surge of Venezuelan migrants is overwhelming the Border Patrol and shelters in El Paso, where nearly 1,000 have been released near bus stations.
Vice President Kamala Harris has renewed calls by the Biden administration for a pathway to citizenship for millions of illegal immigrant already in the U.S.
Eight people were arrested Tuesday in connection with what federal authorities believe is a sprawling human smuggling operation that may have victimized thousands of migrants. Erminia Serrano Piedra, also known as "Boss Lady," allegedly ran the operation along with seven others, federal prosecutors told reporters. The Department of Justice is also seeking $2.3 million in property assets allegedly connected with the operation.
A major migrant shelter in El Paso closed this summer. Now Border Patrol is releasing migrants, including families, to the street.
Fifty undocumented immigrants arrived unexpectedly on Martha's Vineyard Wednesday. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is taking credit for the arrivals.
Four top progressive advocacy groups are calling on Democrats to campaign affirmatively on immigration, countering Republican rhetoric on the issue rather than pivoting away from it. In a memo released Tuesday by Community Change Action, Mi Familia Vota, SEIU and United We Dream Action, the groups shared internal message testing they hope will encourage Democrats…
Democratic lawmakers who represent Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts reacted after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis flew two planes full of migrants into the area.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday flew two planes of immigrants to Martha's Vineyard, escalating a tactic by Republican governors to draw attention to what they consider to be the Biden administration's failed border policies. Flights to the upscale island enclave in Massachusetts were part of an effort to “transport illegal immigrants to sanctuary destinations,” said Taryn Fenske, DeSantis' communications director.
The Republican governor's office calls it part of efforts to "transport illegal immigrants to sanctuary destinations."
Hundreds of thousands of immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as children could face deportation if a legal challenge seeking to end the program is successful, unless Congress passes a law to protect them.
Florida's governor Ron DeSantis is taking credit for sending two planes to the Massachusetts island.
Estela Juarez, 13, whose mother Alejandra was deported to Mexico, has just published a book called "Until Someone Listens" about her experience.
A group of sheriffs from Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, California and most of the other states will gather in Cochise County to tackle the border crisis.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis flew two planes of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard on Wednesday in an effort to draw attention to the Biden administration’s border policies.
DOJ and DHS announced a joint task force action that resulted in the indictment of fourteen individuals involved in a major migrant smuggling operation “motivated by greed” on the U.S. – Mexico border.
Migrants dressed in full camouflage were spotted by Fox News cameras being lowered over an Arizona border wall Tuesday by human smugglers.


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