Charter tour operators are making large sums of money flying Haitian migrants back out of their country after the U.S. government expels them.
A look at the history and recent increase in maritime migration to the United States, mainly of Cuban and Haitian citizens.
An investigation, based on interviews, of the conditions Haitian migrants face in Mexico and, in some cases, after crossing into the United States.
Documents examples of U.S. and Mexican personnel abusing and mistreating Haitian migrants during and after a large-scale September 2021 migration event in Del Rio, Texas.
Details the dangers faced by Haitians, including those apprehended at the U.S.-Mexican border, after they get expelled or removed to their country.
Published by the Houston Chronicle on March 9, 2022.
A richly illustrated feature recounts Haitian migrants’ arduous journey from South America to the Texas-Mexico border.
Aboard the Biden administration’s 198th flight deporting or expelling people to Haiti was the 20,000th migrant sent back to the Caribbean nation since Inauguration Day 2021.