In addition to our many services, FANM is nationally recognized for our advocacy on behalf of those who are often left behind: low income immigrant women of color.
FANM's advocacy campaigns include:
Extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haiti
Calls to Action
Sign petition asking Trump administration to extend TPS for Haiti. Click here to sign petition.
Call your Congress people urging them to tell Trump administration and Secretary
Kelly of the Department of Homeland Security to extend TPS for Haiti. Click here to obtain phone numbers to call your elected officials.
Editorials + Media Coverage
April 24, 2017 Boston Globe Editorial: Renew protected status for Haitians- Click here to read
April 23, 2017 Sun Sentinel: Haitians fear protected status expiration will lead to deportations- Click here to read
April 22, 2017 Washington Post Editorial: The United States may be about to inflict a massive hardship on Haiti- Click here to read
April 21, 2017 New York Daily News Editorial: Let them stay: U.S. must show compassion to threatened Haitians- Click here to read
April 20, 2017 USA Today: Trump immigration agency wants to kick 50,000 Haitians out of the USA- Click here to read
April 18, 2017 Sun Sentinel Editorial: Extend protection for Haitian immigrants- Click here to read
April 15, 2017 Miami Herald Editorial: Extend Temporary Protected Status for eligible Haitians- Click here to read
April 11, 2017 Miami Herald Op-Ed from our Executive Director, Marleine Bastien + Interim Communications Strategist Nancy Treviño: Haitians still need protective status- Click here to read
April 10, 2017 WLRN: Trump And TPS: Will He Extend Haitians' Stay Here Or Send Them Back? - Click here to read
April 6, 2017 Miami Herald: Haitians wonder if they will be sent home to a still-devastated Haiti- Click here to read
Letters and Statements from Allies and members of Congress From Across the Country
Catholic Organizations Ask for Extension of TPS for Haitians, April 17, 2017
Save Little Haiti from Gentrification- More info coming soon
Support Haitian Refugees in Detention and in Tijuana, Mexico- More info coming soon