Organizations like American Friends Service Committee demand protections for Florida farmworkers including mass free testing, medical services and alternative housing.
Rosmary, a Venezuelan mother with asthma and diabetes, fears for her life at a Broward immigrant detention center due to possible exposure to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
400,000 Miami-Dade County residents are currently eligible to become U.S. citizens
Miami-Dade students write letters of support for migrant children detained in Homestead, Florida
Father and 30 Year Resident of Miami, Detained Without Warning at For-Profit Detention Camp and Deported
Without Cause, ICE Chose to Imprison Walter Gozzer, Who Met with ICE Routinely as a Requirement to Gain His Employer Sponsored Visa
African-Americans, Haitians, and Latinos Launch New PAC To Elect Andrew Gillum as the First Black Governor of Florida
New Florida Vision PAC to Engage over 100,000 Black, Latino, Haitian Infrequent Voters at the Doors, Via Text & Through Social & Paid Media
ICE Gives 30 Days to Terminally Ill Domestic Worker, a New Victim of “Silent Raids” in South Florida
Reyna Gómez, an undocumented domestic worker from Honduras who has been living in South Florida for more than 15 years, attended today her routine check-in with ICE at their field office in Miramar and was granted only 30 days to stay in the country before her next check-in. Reyna fears going back in July and becoming another victim of the “silent raids”
Democrats in Florida pass resolution calling for the resignation of State Attorney Rundle in light of her failure to hold those responsible for the death of Darren Rainey accountable.
May is National Month for Teen Pregnancy Prevention As part of the activities planned for May, the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy is launching a new interactive game to educate youth and parents about how to prevent an unwanted pregnancy and how to talk about it. […]
Advocacy Groups and Legal Scholars say Detainer Request Resolution Adopted in 2013 has Saved Tax Dollars, Improved Police Relations MIAMI – The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida, Kurzban, Kurzban, Weinger, Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A., numerous legal scholars, and local advocacy groups today […]