FLIC [Florida Immigrant Coalition] Members List

Florida Immigrant Coalition

From the FLIC Mission and History page:

Mission

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.

Vision

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

Membership in the Coalition is organizationally based. Becoming a member allows individual organizations to increase their ability to impact important immigrant rights issues.

ACLU

ACORN

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

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 Chain

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.

Iron Workers

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

Nanay, Inc.

Olama

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

We Count!

Women’s Fund-Women’s Advocacy Center

[Editor’s Note: Links to many of these organizations are available at the original page.]

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