Why are so many Haitians at the US-Mexico border?

Posted on AllSides September 24th, 2021
From The Center

Thousands of predominantly Haitian migrants are still camped at the US border, where officials have struggled to provide them with food and sanitation.

Last weekend, approximately 13,000 would-be migrants gathered under a bridge connecting Del Rio in Texas with Ciudad Acuña in Mexico.

Many of the migrants are fleeing natural disasters, poverty and political turmoil, and making a treacherous journey through Latin America to reach the border.

Who are the migrants?

While citizens of several countries are represented in the migrant camp in Del Rio - including Dominicans, Venezuelans and...

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