#StopGimenez And Stand Against Hatred & Racism

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We won’t stand for hatred and racism in our city. This week, 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… Continue Reading

NewFM 2016- 2017 Fact Sheet

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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

Give Miami Day 2016

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Be part of the most exciting annual giving event in south Florida. Join the movement on 11.17.16 #GiveMiamiDay Give Miami Day is one of the biggest annual giving events in the Southeast United States. It allows all individuals in our community to make a philanthropic impact by coming together to support… Continue Reading

Coalition calls for Florida voting changes, federal investigation | Palm Beach Post

Nov 12, 2012 — A coalition of unions, civil rights groups and left-leaning organizations is demanding a rewrite of Florida’s election laws and is seeking a federal inquiry into long lines during early voting and on Election Day. “Now marks 12 years of Florida being a voting disaster area,” said… Continue Reading

Voting rights groups to Scott: We need to fix that — or else | Miami Herald

Nov 12, 2012 — If Gov. Rick Scott and the Republican controlled-Legislature thought voting rights groups would vanish after Election Day, they were wrong. Representatives from the Florida New Majority, Advancement Project, Florida Immigrant Coalition, the AFL-CIO and some Democratic lawmakers announced Monday during a teleconference with reporters that they… Continue Reading

With tight presidential race down to the wire, ground-gamers prod potential voters | Palm Beach Post

Nov 01, 2012 — TALLAHASSEE — A frenzy of phone calls, social media posts and house-to-house door-knocking is consuming the presidential race’s final days, as the data-rich campaigns of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney lock into a desperate fight to push voters to the polls in swing state Florida. The… Continue Reading