Immigration being unfair to Haitians
Wilbert Benoit, father of two, taken away on a dark morning. Marie Thelusma arrested in front of her baby boy. Francieuse Lafortune, new mother, locked up while she was still breast-feeding. Fabienne Josil, five weeks pregnant, dragged away after fainting.
Not in Haiti -- here in South Florida. Of all the tragedies that visit Haitians -- famine, rioting, drownings -- the most heartbreaking are the ones we can stop: the breakup of working families.
Read more in the May 4th edition of the Miami Herald.
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