Here at Home

The UM community holds Haiti in its heart as the School of Law’s Human Rights Clinic and Immigration Clinic fights deportations and the Lowe Art Museum celebrates Haitian art.

Miami Law Fighting Deportations of Haitians

Until recently, Haitian deportees were routinely jailed upon their return home, but many still face little hope for the future.

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Silent Prayers

A candlelight vigil is scheduled to be held on the University of Miami campus to mark five years since the devastating Haiti earthquake.

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Showcasing Haitian Art

Transformative Visions, an exhibit at the Lowe Art Museum from November 2014 to January 2015, featured Haitian art works that spanned more than five decades.

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A Snapshot in Time

A time capsule, containing an article about the Haiti earthquake and relief efforts, was buried at the School of Communication courtyard in October 2014.

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