KINGSTON, JAMAICA - As the GraceKennedy Group plays its part through its businesses worldwide in the COVID-19 response, GraceKennedy Foods (USA) LLC has teamed up with Congresswoman Yvette Clarke and Jamaica Consul General Alison Roach-Wilson to provide assistance with food to over 5,000 persons in need.
Caribbean nationals trying to make the United States their permanent home suffered a massive setback last month as President Donald Trump announced plans to stop immigration to the U.S.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Caribbean and other non-immigrants are being allowed to extend their stay in the United States during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as long as they file their applications in a timely manner.
WASHINGTON, D.C., – Family members and activists continue to advocate for community members in jail, detention centers and prisons around the country to be released. In Washington, D.C., California, Georgia, and Kentucky, loved ones and community members have taken to leaving their safe havens to join car rallies in an effort to safely protest and demand policymakers #FreeThemAll. The protests continue today -- Freedom Friday -- as grassroots organizations, Puente Human Rights Movement in Arizona, and New Florida Majority, demand jails, detention centers, and prisons provide adequate health care and -- most important -- release people in detention.