Members of Florida’s hospitality union gathered in Miami to rally for a longer extension for Haitian immigrants living in the United States. The hospitality union, Unite Here, met at the Notre Dame D’Haiti Catholic Church, Tuesday night, to continue the push for a longer extension to the Temporary Protected Status for Haitian immigrants in South…Details
The Trump administration announced plans Monday to extend a program that protects 50,000 Haitians from deportation. But the fight is not over for one union at the forefront of the issue. The Haitians have lived in the country with a temporary protected status since their homeland was hit by an earthquake seven years ago. Advocates…Details
Haitian immigrants who have been in the U.S. under a Temporary Protected Status program are getting another sixth months in the states but their future is up in the air.
Demand that Trump Grant Long-Term Renewal of TPS for Haitian Refugees Honduran, Nicaraguan, Salvadoran Refugees Will Be Affected in January 2018 ORLANDO, FL—The Central Florida Hospitality Union, UNITE HERE, along with Haitian refugees, hospitality workers and faith leaders will rally tomorrow at 5:00 pm in front of Universal Studios to demand that the Trump administration grant a long-term renewal…Details
UNITE HERE and Allies Organizing Day of Action Across Florida to Stop Threat of Trump Mass Deportations of Haitians
May 12, 2017 Rachel Gumpert 908-752-3929 firstname.lastname@example.org Prominent Haitian-American Organization UNITE HERE Raising Flag on Trump Mass Deportations; Organizing Day of Action Across Florida Miami, FL – On Saturday, May 13, 2017, the UNITE HERE union, one of the largest organizations of Haitian immigrants in Florida, will be participating in multiple actions organizing against the…Details
El Estatus de Protección Temporal (TPS) de esos trabajadores vence el 22 de julio. El gobierno tiene hasta el 23 de mayo para anunciar su renovación.
SAN ANTONIO — The fight continues against Senate Bill 4, the ban on sanctuary cities. Days after Governor Greg Abbott signed the bill into law, dozens took to the steps of San Fernando Cathedral Thursday morning in protest. The group says hate is at the heart of SB4 and opponents claim it’s simply unconstitutional. Read…Details
Contact: Anna Oman, 301-979-5899, email@example.com From LA to Miami and Dozens of Cities in Between, Thousands of Hotel and Food Service Workers Join May Day Actions, Calling for Fairness for All Immigrants and Workers WASHINGTON— More than 30,000 UNITE HERE members in 27 cities are taking part in actions in their communities and workplaces for…Details
“Immigrant workers and fast food workers across the country are saying no to exploitation in their workplaces and Trump’s attacks from the White House.”
International Workers’ Day Press Conference on the Status of Haitian Workers in South Florida and Renewal of Temporary Protected Status MIAMI – Hospitality workers, members of UNITE HERE Local 355, Haitian Women of Miami (FANM), and allies are gathering in front of the Fontainebleau Resort (44th Street & Collins Avenue, Miami Beach) for a May Day press conference calling…Details