You know Florida is getting bad when the NAACP issues a formal travel advisory warning Black people not to go there.

On May 20, this the civil rights and social justice organization warned African-Americans to think twice before traveling to “The Sunshine State” in light of Governor Ron DeSantis’ “aggressive attempts to erase Black history and to restrict diversity, equity, and inclusion programs in Florida schools.”

“Florida is openly hostile toward African Americans, people of color and LGBTQ+ individuals,” the NAACP said in its travel advisory. “Before traveling to Florida, please understand that the state of Florida devalues and marginalizes the contributions of, and the challenges faced by African Americans and other communities of color.”

The conservative politician agreed that a curriculum containing teachings about critical race theory should not be a part of the education system. In April, he signed a bill banning critical race theory, which forbids race as a topic when teaching American history, even though it is part of the entire governing system the country was built on.

“Let me be clear – failing to teach an accurate representation of the horrors and inequalities that Black Americans have faced and continue to face is a disservice to students and a dereliction of duty to all,” NAACP President & CEO Derrick Johnson said. “Under the leadership of Governor Desantis, the state of Florida has become hostile to Black Americans and in direct conflict with the democratic ideals that our union was founded upon. He should know that democracy will prevail because its defenders are prepared to stand up and fight. We’re not backing down, and we encourage our allies to join us in the battle for the soul of our nation.”

The NAACP isn’t the first organization that has taken this call to action. The League of United Latin American Citizens issued a travel advisory following Senate Bill 1718, a new immigration law to fight help with border control, which has caused pivotal work in Florida to slow down.