On Jan. 11, the eve of the 8th anniversary of Haiti’s 2010 earthquake, President Donald Trump called Haiti a “shithole” country, along with El Salvador and African nations. He continues racist and anti-immigrant policies and provocations.
Despite rain, on May 19, Haitians, Africans, and Latin Americans from seven states converged on Washington, DC, commemorating Haitian Flag Day and Malcolm X’s birthday anniversary, demanding an agenda of resistance. We joined with FANM and Veye Yo in Miami, the School Bus Drivers' Union, New England Human Rights Organization, and the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti in Boston, the Mapou Foundation and Konbit Lakay in Washington, DC, and many others, to make our voices heard.
The 1804 Movement for All Immigrants has now organized two successful rallies on Jan. 19 and May 19, 2018. We need funding to continue our mobilization against racism and in defense of hard-working immigrants.
Haitians, Africans, Latin Americans, North Americans...
in front of the White House: Lets Keep Up the Pressure!
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The 1804 Movement for All Immigrants is organizing a rally in front of the White House on May 19, 2018. We are a large multinational coalition of groups and individuals which formed in January 2018 in response to President Trump’s racist & anti-immigrant policies & comments, in particular calling Haiti & other nations “shithole countries.” In less than a week, the 1804 Movement organized a march of 1,000 across the Brooklyn Bridge on January 19.
If you want a bus ticket, have a suggestion, or would like more information about the May 19, 2018 Rally to Answer Trump in front of the White House in Washington, DC, please call us at 718.421.0162 or use this form ->