|The Rev. Al Sharpton, president of the National Action Network, speaks to
reporters about the recent detainment of more than 200 Haitian migrants during a news
conference Saturday, Nov 2, 2002, in the Little Haiti section of Miami. Sharpton called
the treatment of more than 200 Haitian migrants detained in South Florida a ``moral
outrage'' Saturday and pledged to organize rallies and marches to demand their release.
(AP Photo/David Adame)
|The Rev. Al Sharpton, center, speaks to reporters about the detainment of
Haitian refugees during a news conference at the corner of 54th street and North Miami Ave
in Little Haiti Saturday, Nov 2, 2002, in Miami. Executive director of the Caribbean
American Network, Leslie Thomas, left, and Dania Beach, Fla., Mayor Robert Chunn, look on.
A boat carrying over 200 Haitians reached Florida shores last week. Dozens of men, women
and children on board the wooden freighter plunged into shallow waters and scrambled onto
a major highway. (AP Photo/David Adame)