On March 24, the kids and families of March For Our Lives will take to the streets to demand that their lives and safety become a priority and that we end gun violence and mass shootings in our schools today. SEIU Florida stands with the Parkland community and demands a change to our gun control laws. March with us in your own community. On March 24, the collective voices of the March For Our Lives movement will be heard.
When: Saturday, March 24; Time varies by location.
Video Depicting Anyone Can be Killed by Undocumented Immigrants is Deceitful and Extremely Dangerous (Statement)January 30, 2018Blog Post
"When you attack immigrants, you attack the very heart and fabric of our diverse state. How dare Richard Corcoran degrade our communities by suggesting supporting immigrants in Florida would lead to death."
“Shame on Florida Republicans for ripping away the rights of workers to have a voice on the job. In a state where workers voices are already diminished, the Florida House voted to silence teachers, nurses, bus drivers, and other public workers."
South Floridians will gather in Downtown Miami tomorrow, Wednesday, January 17, to send a message that the recent xenophobic policies against our immigrant communities must end.
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Statement: Florida House Spends Their First Week Back to Work Attacking Immigrants, Following Trump’s ‘Shithole Countries” CommentJanuary 12, 2018Blog Post
"Less than 24 hours after the President referred to Haiti and Africa as “shithole countries”, the Republicans in Florida’s State House followed through on their priority to attack immigrants and their families. By passing the anti-Sanctuary Cities bill, HB9, this unfunded mandate would rip families apart, turn our local police into immigration officers, and make our communities less safe and encourage racial profiling.
“This xenophobic bill isn’t what America is about and it’s certainly not what Florida is about.” - Monica Russo, President of SEIU Florida.
Hundreds of Floridians Contacted Local Elected Officials at the Start of Session through “Dear Florida” Campaign
Statement by SEIU Florida President Monica Russo
Re: Revocations of Temporary Protected Status for Salvadorans by the White House
"The actions by the Trump Administration today to end protections for Salvadorans is yet another step in their pattern of erratic governing. By no fault of their own, 200,000 immigrants across the U.S. will have to pack up and leave for a country they have not lived in for decades.