Yvette D. Clarke

Caribbean-American New York Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, is calling on the Caribbean community to stand up against Donald Trump. Clarke – the daughter of Jamaican immigrants, made the call while delivering the keynote address at the 25th anniversary celebration of Brooklyn’s Progressive Democrats Political Association (PDPA). During her address, Clarke – who represents the 9th

New York Caribbean-American Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, has introduced new legislation in effort to protect Hatian nationals living in the U.S. The Haiti Emergency Relief Act of 2017 will expand the Temporary Protected Status program to include all Haitian nationals who were in the country prior to November 4, 2016. Temporary Protected Status for Haitians

Two Caribbean-American US congress members refused to attend Donald Trump’s U.S. Presidential inauguration. Yvette D. Clarke of Jamaica descent, and the Dominican Republic-born Adriano Espaillat – both New York Democrats, made the decision in support of fellow congressman and civil rights activist John Lewis. Last week Representative John Lewis – who led civil rights protests

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