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November 21, 2017  

As many as 60,000 Haitians given shelter in the United States after an earthquake devastated their country in 2010 must return to Haiti by July 22, 2019, the Department of Homeland Security announced yesterday. This is in keeping with provisions of the Temporary Protected Status program under which they were allowed into the United States, DHS Acting Secretary Elaine Duke said.

Kim Ives, an editor with Haïti Liberté, discusses this move by the Trump administration, in light of the Clinton and Obama administrations’ policies on Haiti, and promises President Trump had made to U.S.-based Haitians during his election campaign.

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