Pols Demand New Approach To Haitian Migrants

At a rally outside the JFK Federal Building in Boston Friday, Boston City Council at-Large candidate Ruthzee Louijeune said "whether under the Trump administration or under the Biden administration, this country has said loudly: Haitians we don't want you here." [Chris Van Buskirk/SHNS]

In the wake of controversial images showing U.S. agents on horseback chasing Haitian migrants at the country's border with Mexico, politicians in Massachusetts and Boston are criticizing the Biden administration's immigration policies and treatment of those trying to enter the U.S.

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