After Del Rio, Calls for Fairer Treatment of Black Migrants

The photos of agents riding horses drove many civil rights activists, Black Americans, and powerful organisations like the NAACP to tears, and many now see this as a chance to bring about change.


After Del Rio, Calls for Fairer Treatment of Black Migrants

All Black people saw that and we can’t unsee it, therefore the Biden administration must take action if they want to be held accountable, according to Judith Browne Dianis, executive director of the civil rights organisation Advancement Project.

After Del Rio, Calls for Fairer Treatment of Black Migrants

According to the Haitian Bridge Alliance, even after Vice President Biden spoke out against the imprisonment of migrants in Del Rio, his government launched dozens more deportation flights to Haiti, deporting close to 8,000 individuals.

In a nation that the administration has identified as being in “a political crisis and human rights abuses, major security issues,” and “a grave economic scenario” as a result of the flu epidemic outbreak, many think this is ludicrous. In Haiti on Saturday, gang members abducted 17 missionaries.

It’s an indication of how the Biden administration is managing border security, which many immigration advocates claim falls short of what Mr. Biden promised when he ran for office last year.

Furthermore, it is particularly upsetting for a president who has been concerned about the welfare of all Americans to deport Haitians to a nation in turmoil.

Last Words

Executive director of BlackPAC Adrianne Shropshire issued a warning that this matter might end up being a political liability for Democrats in the upcoming 2022 midterm elections.

The engagement of African-Americans in 2022 will be crucial for the Democratic Party’s House and Senate majority, according to her.

It would be incorrect, in Ms. Shropshire’s words, to assume that African Americans are somehow not concerned about immigration issues.

Over the span of a little more than two weeks last month, large groups of more than 28,000 illegal immigrants crossed the Rio Grande into Del Rio, Texas. Thanks for reading our article After Del Rio, Calls for Fairer Treatment of Black Migrants.