Ending Temporary Protected Status For Haiti Makes No Sense If You Don't Understand Racism/White Supremacy

From [HERE] Haitians living in New England on Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, have just 18 months to prepare to leave the country. The Trump Administration has decided not to renew their status, granted to countries where natural disasters or armed conflict make it difficult to live safely. 

Haiti was granted TPS six years ago, after a major earthquake.

"Haiti is probably the most vulnerable in terms of infrastructure devastation that was brought upon by the natural disaster back in 2011 and then subsequent typhoons, cyclones that added to this misery," Meyerovich said. 

The Center for American Progress estimates thousands of TPS holders from Haiti live in New England. The Trump Administration says conditions in Haiti have improved enough for them to return.