#DoingTheWork Campaign

This Women’s History Month NewFM will be highlighting black women #DoingTheWork in our community. Check out our features below. Use the hashtag #DoingTheWork to highlight women that you know making an impact in your community. Click here to financially support our criminal justice and gender justice work.   Liberty City native and NewFM… Continue Reading

NewFM Hires New Director of Development

In February, NewFM also announced the hiring of Danielle Goodman as its new Director of Development, where she will oversee the organization’s fundraising efforts and contribute to its strategic development. Danielle loves helping good, big, and beautiful ideas manifest. Formerly, she headed a venture to enable the international diffusion of innovative,… Continue Reading

Win For Equality = Win For NewFM

NewFM is proud to have worked with the Jacksonville Coalition for Equality in the fight for equality for all and an end to discrimination. We’re excited to announce that the LGBT-Inclusive Human Rights Ordinance was passed, protecting LGBT people from discrimination. Read more here.

SPLC, advocates urge Miami-Dade to resist Trump

The SPLC and a broad coalition of advocates and legal scholars today urged Florida’s Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners to uphold a county resolution that has saved millions of tax dollars and improved community relations with police by not requiring officers to detain people for immigration authorities in county jails…. Continue Reading

#StopGimenez And Stand Against Hatred & Racism

We won’t stand for hatred and racism in our city. Trump signed an executive order threatening to withhold federal money from “sanctuary cities,” cities that do not use their resources to enforce national immigration laws. Trump wants a world where any officer or municipal employee can ask about a person’s… Continue Reading

NewFM 2016- 2017 Fact Sheet

New FM is an independent organization working to increase the voting power and political influence of Florida’s low-income black and Latino communities. What We Do: We train residents to be leaders, mobilize communities around issues, and build our collective voting power so our democracy works for EVERYONE.  Voter Contact: 31,000… Continue Reading