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FLIC Votes seeks to expand democracy by shaping an active and conscious electorate which reflects the diversity of Florida.
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“The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency has sparked outrage after Border Patrol agents were spotted waiting outside a patient’s room in the emergency unit of a Florida hospital before taking the patient into custody.”
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‪“No one should have to be subjected to having a perfect stranger in a hospital room while discussing their medical history or having an emergency medical need,” Audate told The Post. “There should be certain boundaries.”‬
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“E-Verify … would be a disaster for Florida’s economy. With record low unemployment and staggering worker shortages in the hospitality and agriculture sectors, imposing mandatory E-Verify would only further hold back the growth of our economy.”
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Florida folks! Sign the petition and help us fight for refugees!
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When Shariece Wright immigrated to the United States from the Bahamas in 1985 she was just 4-years-old.


“It’s truly embarrassing as a country that this is a place where we are — that this is how business is being conducted, when we have a woman w/ children in the midst of a medical emergency being detained,” says lawyer Alexandra Audate.
By @jessicalipscomb
https://t.co/KdRsL1YtiI

The black immigrant experience in the U.S. must be understood, not in contrast to the African-American experience, but as an integral part of it.

https://t.co/D7EpLxOmID

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FLIC Votes seeks to expand democracy by shaping an active and conscious electorate which reflects the diversity of Florida, while engaging those who can’t yet vote.