Wilna Destin is an organizer with the Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees and Hotel and Restaurant Employees (UNITE HERE) Local 737. She is a Haitian TPS holder, a mother, a wife, a hard-working black Haitian women, and a plaintiff in a TPS lawsuit. She fled Haiti when she had no other choice and for decades has done her part to contribute to this country. She refuses to stay in the shadows; she is standing up for her family and other TPS holders against fear, and she believes that immigrant workers and families still can achieve the dignity and security.