Black immigrants like those from Haiti are of particular concern to immigration activists worried about the Biden administration deporting them to nations either mired in conflict, poverty, both or worse.

The women claim they were subjugated and retaliated against for speaking out over the alleged abuse they endured under Dr. Mahendra Amin, including nonconsensual hysterotomies and other unnecessary medical procedures.

Advocacy groups and members of Congress are calling on the Department of Homeland Security to halt the deportations scheduled for Dec. 18.

Critics feel that prior to the election, ICE ramped up deportations and abuse among Black asylum seekers, as an estimated 16,000 immigrants from the Caribbean and Africa are being held in detention centers across the U.S.


The decision by President Donald Trump's administration to end DACA, a program protecting young undocumented immigrants from being deported, was being reviewed by the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The ruling affects Black immigrants one way or another.

The so-called “affluenza teen” Ethan Couch returned to his home state of Texas Thursday after being detained in Mexico while working with his legal team to block deportation orders. The 18-year-old fled the country after he allegedly violated his decade-long probation related to the fatal drunk-driving incident in 2013 that left four people dead. NBC […]

Onyango Obama (pictured), the uncle of President Barack Obama, can now remain here as per a federal judge ruling on Tuesday, reports the Boston Globe. RELATED: Obama’s Uncle Says “I’ll Call The White House” After DUI Arrest The 69-year-old man, who is the half-brother of the president’s late father, Barack Obama Sr., has invoked his famous nephew’s name throughout […]