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The Record: U.S. Imperialism in Haiti

by Marty Goodman, published on Socialist Action, October 7, 2022 Download our Haiti protest flyer here Haiti’s mighty slave revolution, which declared its independence from France in 1804, horrified racist U.S.rulers, who have sought to crush Haitian independence for over 200 years. The U.S. first occupied Haiti during 1915-1934. U.S. Marines slaughtered thousands during a war of anti-imperialist resistance led[…]

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Asylum, Migration and U.S. Foreign Policy

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, September 21, 2022 Immigration rules are often determined by U.S. foreign policy. Citizens of nations under U.S. attack, such as Venezuela, are made eligible for asylum. Haitians suffer under U.S. dictates but are deported and returned to the hell that Washington created. Every day the republican governors of Texas, Greg Abbott, and Florida,[…]

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Exclusive: Ukrainian Refugees in Moldova Spare No Words on Zelensky Gov’t

by Fergie Chambers, published on Towards Freedom, March 21, 2022 CHISINAU, Moldova—Nestled above the Black Sea, between the war zone in Ukraine and the eastern limits of NATO territory in Romania, sits the tiny, oft-forgotten landlocked nation of Moldova. Among the poorest countries in Europe by just about any relevant metric, it has been overwhelmed by Ukrainian refugees in the[…]

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Biden Continues Trump’s Policies on Refugees

by  Barry Shepherd, published on Socialist Action, July 11, 2021 Despite promises made during his election campaign, Biden in office is continuing Trump’s policies on refugees fleeing the horrific conditions in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, conditions flowing from U.S. imperialist policies. An article in the June 26 New York Times reported, “Human rights and immigration advocates have assailed the Biden administration[…]

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US Imperialist Boot on Haiti

by Marty Goodman, published on Socialist Action, March 23, 2021 On Feb. 28, thousands of Haitians marched through the capital, Port-au-Prince, and other cities across the country to demand that the de facto President Jovenal Moïse and his corrupt crony capitalist blood-stained oligarchy step down. A relentless, arrogant U.S. imperialism is putting its money – once again – on this[…]

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Immigration Changes: What has Biden done so far?

by Teresa Gutierrez, published on Workers World, February 12, 2021 Duke university student Anthony Salgado said it best in an editorial for his university paper: “We need immigration revolution, not immigration reform.” (tinyurl.com/y695qdw9) Unfortunately, the Democratic Party establishment is not able to grasp this concept. But immigrants have had enough of false promises. The immigrant/migrant/refugee population is hopeful about the[…]

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Tens of Millions Displaced By ‘War On Terror,’ the Greatest Scam

by Caitlin Johnstone, published on Consortium News, September 20, 2020 A report from Brown University’s Costs of War Project has found that at least 37 million people have been displaced as a result of America’s so-called War on Terror since 9/11, a conservative estimate of a number that may actually be somewhere between 48 million and 59 million. That number — “at[…]

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Illegal Terror Against Im/migrants Continues

By B.L.S. San Antonio, Texas, published on Workers World,  August 11, 2020 “They told me not to tell my family where I was,” a Haitian asylum-seeker recounted. “I heard people being taken away in the hall [of the hotel] screaming, ‘I’m not going! I’m not going!’” In the month of July, Immigration and Customs Enforcement held nearly 200 immigrant children,[…]

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Trump Escalates Fascist War on Migrants with Indefinite Detentions

By Teresa Gutierrez posted on Workers World, August 29, 2019 Despite overwhelming U.S. opposition to President Trump’s ongoing attacks on migrant workers, on Aug. 21 he announced plans to detain migrant children and families for even longer than they are incarcerated at present, using a new “indefinite detention” rule. Furthermore, plans are for detention centers to be run exclusively by[…]

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Trump Launches Attacks Against Immigrants on Many Fronts

By Lisa Luinenburg, published on Socialist Action, Augusts 2, 2019 As the 2020 presidential election draws ever closer, the Trump administration has continued to ramp up its attacks on undocumented immigrants and on refugees seeking asylum in the United States. The president has launched attacks on immigrants across multiple fronts, and when he is blocked by Congress or the courts,[…]

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