Florida Immigrant Coalition
From the FLIC Mission and History page:
Florida Immigrant Coalition seeks equal rights for immigrants and integration into the civic and cultural life of our communities. We accomplish our mission through coordination of immigrant organizations and community education, organizing and advocacy.
The Coalition believes in the empowerment of immigrants and the unification of immigrant communities to develop an amplified voice for immigrant rights. The Coalition fulfils this vision by uniting urban, rural, religious, legal, and community-based organizations to advance our mission.
Membership in the Coalition is organizationally based. Becoming a member allows individual organizations to increase their ability to impact important immigrant rights issues.
Alianza De Mujeres Activas
American Friends Service Committee
American Guatemalan Association
Amigos Center American Peruvian Committee (APAC-USA)
Association of Latino Professionals in Finance
Caribbean Friends Cares
Catholic Charities—Farm Worker Ministry
Centro Pastoral San Juan Diego Childrens Service
Council of Broward County
Collier County Public Schools
Farmworker Association of Florida, Inc.
Florida Catholic Conference
Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center
Fundacion Salvadorena De La Florida
Guatemalan Maya Quetzal, Inc.
Guatemalan Unity Information Agency
Haitian American Youth Of Tomorrow
Haitian Women of Miami
Human Services Coalition Hymphrey & Whidden Agency, Inc.
Jamaican Diaspora Jobs With Justice—Central Florida
Jobs With Justice—South Florida
Legal Aid Society of Orange County
Love and Hope Foundation Inc.
Members Empowering True Awareness/USF
Mi Familia Vota
Movimiento De Inmigrantes De Arcadia
Palm Beach County Coalition for Immigrant Rights
Seiu Local 11
Seiu-Florida Healthcare Union
South Florida Afl-Cio
Unite For Dignity
Unite Here Local 362
United Farm Workers
Women’s Fund-Women’s Advocacy Center
[Editors Note: Links to many of these organizations are available at the original page.]