by Ashley Miznazi
“Cassandra Suprin from Americans for Immigrant Justice speaks in Creole to group of people who migrated from Haiti about protections against violence and applying for Temporary Protective Status at Miami Worker Center on Thursday, Aug. 25, 2022.
About 40 people attended an information session Aug. 25 to learn about the rights of migrants and related topics at the Miami Workers Center. Presenters provided insight into immigration in Florida, citing that immigrants comprise 21.1% of the state’s population and contribute $105.4 billion to its economy. The speakers and organizers also gave information about various branches of government, the importance of civic engagement, general protections against crime and violence, and Temporary Protected Status (TPS).”