For generations, Florida has been a welcoming home for families, workers, and unaccompanied migrant children in search of a better life. Our churches, mosques, and temples are a beacon of hope for many Floridians, no matter what country they were born in. In the 60s, Operation Pedro Pan brought thousands of unaccompanied Cuban migrant children into our state, where our communities welcomed them with open arms. We are good neighbors and we care for those who need our help. That's the Florida Way!