We welcome two new members to the Enlace family! Families for Freedom (FFF) and Asamblea de Migrantes Indígenas de la Ciudad de México (AMI) have been working with Enlace Institute and the campaign for a long time, and we are happy to have them on board.
Families For Freedom http://familiesforfreedom.org/
Founded in September 2002, Families for Freedom is a New York-based multi-ethnic human rights organization by and for families facing and fighting deportation.
Asamblea de Migrantes Indigenas en la Ciudad de Mexico (AMI) http://indigenasdf.org.mx/
AMI is a collaboration of different migrant communities to take measures and projects to recognize a Multicultural City, expressed in a new intercultural coexistence, where the indigenous people are an integral part of the city with their own identities.
AMI is made up of diverse migrant indigenous communities that reside in the City, members of the Zapotec people, Mixe, Mixtec, Nahua, Triqui, among others. In sum, more than 15 indigenous organizations currently participate and each organization is made up an average of 850 people, depending on the size of the community.