NewFM Executive Director Andrea Mercado speaks to Indulge Magazine about why she came back to South Florida to take the reins of New Florida Majority and how the organization is fighting for equity and justice, especially in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
NewFM: Emancipation Week is necessary to shed light on the continuing challenges America faces in combatting racism, inequity and inequality.
NewFM: Conversations like this need to happen with more frequency so that community members can take ownership of their own destiny.
New Florida Majority issues a statement on the annoucement that Governor Rick Scott will seek to be Florida's next U.S. Senator.
NewFM leaders joined thousands in Memphis for a series of events, speakers and performances commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Memphis sanitation workers’ strike and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
New Florida Majority's Movement Monday social gathering hopes to provide a well-needed space for relaxation and fun, especially among those who work in social justice organizations and other service-oriented non-profits.
We had a great discussion March 21st about the role and importance of Black Women in Politics. Keep the conversation going and learn more with this resource kit.
As we fight to expand democracy and move the country towards racial equity, we believe that it's really bringing together black communities, indigenous communities, progressive women and a few good men that's going to enable us to create the kind of radical transformation that we need.
NewFM staff and members credited volunteers for their tireless dedication to reach out to everyone from neighbors to strangers for signatures.
With the help of a committed grassroots effort, Floridians across the Sunshine State signed and submitted more than 1.1 million petitions and put the Second Chances Voting Restoration Amendment on the November ballot.