FILE - In this Jan. 26, 2018 file photo, Haitian activists and immigrants protest on City Hall Plaza in Boston.   A trial in New York over the Trump administration's move to cut off permission for thousands of Haitians to live in the U.S. is spotlighting emails between officials downplaying health and safety crises in the Caribbean nation as they tried to justify the change.  The case centers on the Temporary Protected Status program, which has allowed about 50,000 people from Haiti to live and work in the U.S. temporarily since a devastating earthquake in 2010.
FILE - In this Jan. 26, 2018 file photo, Haitian activists and immigrants protest on City Hall Plaza in Boston. A trial in New York over the Trump administration's move to cut off permission for thousands of Haitians to live in the U.S. is spotlighting emails between officials downplaying health and safety crises in the Caribbean nation as they tried to justify the change. The case centers on the Temporary Protected Status program, which has allowed about 50,000 people from Haiti to live and work in the U.S. temporarily since a devastating earthquake in 2010. Charles Krupa, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Jan. 26, 2018 file photo, Haitian activists and immigrants protest on City Hall Plaza in Boston. A trial in New York over the Trump administration's move to cut off permission for thousands of Haitians to live in the U.S. is spotlighting emails between officials downplaying health and safety crises in the Caribbean nation as they tried to justify the change. The case centers on the Temporary Protected Status program, which has allowed about 50,000 people from Haiti to live and work in the U.S. temporarily since a devastating earthquake in 2010. Charles Krupa, File AP Photo