Haiti

Politics & Society News
J.D. Long-GarcíaNovember 21, 2017
D.H.S. has canceled Temporary Protective Status for Haitians, giving recipients until July 22, 2019, to leave the country.
People cross a bridge over a rushing river as part of evacuations during Hurricane Matthew Oct. 4, 2016 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti (CNS photo/Orlando Barria, EPA).
Politics & Society Dispatches
Tim PadgettNovember 16, 2017
A cholera epidemic, last year’s Hurricane Matthew and political upheaval have made Haiti a dicey place to return to.
A man argues with a Haitian National Police officer on March 1 as a police line blocks a street during a march calling for better labor conditions in Port-au-Prince. (CNS photo/Andres Martinez Casares, Reuters) 
Politics & Society News
Tens of thousands of Haitians enrolled under the Temporary Protected Status program can stay in the United States until at least January.
Baie de Grand Goâve. (Photo by U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Julio Rivera [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons)
Politics & Society Signs Of the Times
Tim PadgettNovember 16, 2016
Haitian expatriates have long considered themselves a “dissed” diaspora—in both their new country and the old.
Politics & Society Signs Of the Times
Kevin ClarkeOctober 20, 2016
The people of southern Haiti are traumatized and the landscape has suffered “complete devastation.” Hurricane Matthew survivors “have never seen anything like this,” Christopher Bessey, the country representative for Haiti for Catholic Relief Services, reports. The Category 4
Politics & Society Signs Of the Times
Kevin ClarkeOctober 13, 2016
The death toll in Haiti had exceeded 370.