Haitians

CAPS’s Guzzardi: Haitians Fertility Rates Should Be More “European”

Rather unsurprisingly Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) have posted a blog that suggests Haitians should stop having children. Joe Guzzardi, CAPS senior writing fellow, wrote the clunkily titled blog, “Decades-Long Failed U.S.-Haiti Immigration Policy Continues.” In it he goes so … Continued

The Center for Immigration Studies: Bigotry that Knows no Borders

by Michael Dranove Refugees from the torn country of Haiti who fled to the United States in 2010 following a disastrous earthquake often entered with nothing but the shirts on their backs.  However, none of this seems to impress the … Continued

International

Haitian immigrants targeted by the anti-immigrant movement

A year ago, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck the island of Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010, killing more than 230,000 people. Today, roughly a million remain homeless amid the debris and stuttering reconstruction efforts in Port-au-Prince. Last year’s earthquake was … Continued

Politics

Cross-Post: Five Reasons to Care about Haiti’s Sham Elections

Originally published on BuzzFlash on November 27, 2010 by Bill Quigley and Nicole Phillips. Haiti needs legitimate leaders right now.  Unfortunately, the elections set for November 28, 2010 are a sham.  Here are five reasons why the world community should … Continued

International

Haiti Also Needs Psychological First Aid

The earthquake in Haiti this past month is reportedly the region’s worst in over 200 years. In the immediate aftermath, Haiti’s President René Préval called the devastation “unimaginable” with the quake destroying the country’s infrastructure and claiming hundreds of thousands … Continued

Politics

Mark Krikorian’s TPS Comments Contradict Anti-immigrant Agenda

Once again we are seeing the John Tanton Network use one of its tentacles, Center for Immigration Studies, to mask its extreme agenda. Mark Krikorian, speaking on behalf of the John Tanton Network’s Center for Immigration Studies, said “The Haitians … Continued