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Beverley Braham: Son Braham and Canadian Child

beverley braham: In the middle of their circle, where the roads converged, a small table was set up, containing protest representatives, Beverley Braham, her husband and her son, according to Toronto Star. Braham, who is married to a Canadian and now has a Canadian child, balanced her newborn son on her lap as she spoke to press. At 8 07 a.m., organizers strode into the intersection holding signs and megaphones, and joined hands to keep traffic at bay. All I ask is to stay with my family, she said. She was given an extension of three months so that she could have her child, but now Canada Border Services Agency has told her that she must be back in Jamaica by Sept. 21. react-text 148 Artwork by Janine Carrington posted on the Black Lives Matter Toronto Facebook page depicts Beverley Braham with her family. Article Continued Below Braham was first threatened with deportation in March, when she was 31-weeks pregnant. ( As reported in the news.