We got ourselves into this, and some researchers have a plan for getting ourselves out.
The Trump Administration is ending a humanitarian program that has let almost 60,000 Haitians live and work in the U.S., giving them until summer of 2019 to leave the country — willingly or not.
Temporary Protected Status is just that — temporary. But it covers hundreds of thousands of others living in America.
How long can they stay? And if natural disasters have left them with no home to go back to, what then?
- Armando Trull Senior reporter on race and identity at WAMU; has spent the past four years covering emigration from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala
- Marleine Bastien Founder and Executive Director of Haitian Women of Miami
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