High School Students Supporting Tuition Equity in Florida

As our volunteers continue their visits to high schools in Collier County, they continue to find that support for tuition equity for all students in Florida is overwhelming. Earlier this week, our state House of Representatives passed HB 851, (In-State Tuition for All Florida graduates, regardless of immigration status)  out of its last committee unanimously. While we still have to wait until it reaches the house floor, the Collier County Neighborhood Stories Project and several other organizations in the state have been mobilizing and collecting signatures for the state-wide petition that was created in favor of tuition equity for undocumented students.

We need your help! Please, consider adding your name to the already hundreds of names supporting these measures. You can submit your signature electronically HERE and forward it to friends and family. Let’s show our legislators that this is something that we not only want, but also need! Once you’ve done that, show your support visually by submitting an image of yourself holding a sign similar to our high school students below! Email your image to rommy@collierstoriesmatter.org  and we will make sure to showcase you on our Facebook and blog!

Lely High School Students Showing Support

Lely High School Students Showing Support

Gulf Coast High School Students Showing Support

Gulf Coast High School Students Showing Support

Educators and Volunteers Showing Support

Educators and Volunteers Showing Support

Advertisements

Reunión Comunitaria en Naples 1/31/13: Entérate del tema de inmigración a nivel local y nacional!

para todos aquellos que quieran saber más sobre la reforma migratoria y la colaboración de la policia con la migra, por favor asistan a esta reunión el jueves, 31 de enero a las 4: 30 PM en en Golden Gate Community Center. hablarémos de cuales maneras se pueden involucrar.

CCNSP 1_31_13 community mtg flyer SP

CCNSP 1_31_13 community mtg flyer SP

Spanish version Know Your Rights Toolkit Release Party! Get your copy!

January 22, 2013

Toolkit Release Party: Get your copy today! 

Do you live in a 287g and/or SCOMM county/state? 

Do you have regular conversations/meetings with community members about how to take action against the poli-migra?

Do you work with at a grassroots level doing community building and leadership development?

Then, keep on reading! 

Screen Shot 2013-01-22 at 10.32.25 AM

The long-awaited release of our Spanish version KYR manual is finally here!

The All-in-One Toolkit to Teach” Know Your Rights” and Beyond is designed to teach community members and leaders the basic elements of “Know Your Rights” curriculum, in an easy and interactive way.

The curriculum includes:

  • The differences between “Know Your Rights” Trainings
  • The basic considerations for preparation
  • The content material that uses popular education elements
  • Illustrations and pictures that show different ways to deliver the information
  • Role play sheets and materials
  • Appendices with additional resources and replicable materials

The toolkit is available for immediate download in English and Spanish here

We only ask you for a small donation of $5 so that we can continue the level of work and grassroots community organizing in Southwest Florida. If you cannot donate at this time, give us a shout! Our main goal is to make sure this resource is disseminated in communities that need it the most! 

For a limited time only, receive a FREE copy of this 4×6 postcard, designed in-house by one of our talented members, with a download of our Spanish version manual.

lady poster

Questions or Feedback? Drop us a line at info@collierstoriesmatter.org!

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Form I-821D

USCIS just released the form for Deferred Action today, August 14th.

Download here and the instructions here

To find out more information regarding the form, fees and application process, visit the USCIS page here