Hastings, a 12th-term congressman from Miramar, will be joined by Reps. Charlie Rangel and Hakeem Jeffries of New York, and by Sheila Jackson Lee and Al Green of Texas in a swing through Broward County.
Almost 30 percent of Broward residents are black, forming one of the state's largest African-American voting blocs and a hub of a critical demographic group for Clinton to win the nation's biggest swing state in the Nov. 8 presidential election.
"With the rhetoric that we've heard from the Republican ticket, there can be little doubt how dangerous a Trump presidency would be for our country," Hastings told the Miami Herald. "We are here, first and foremost, to rally the African-American community in South Florida to elect Hillary Clinton as president and Patrick Murphy as our next United States senator."
Murphy, a Democratic congressman from Jupiter, is running against Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Miami.
The congressional group's first stop was slated to be tonight at 7 p.m. to address a meeting of the Haitian American Democratic Club at Diecke Auditorium in Plantation.
Hastings and his Congressional Black Caucus colleagues had six events planned for Friday:
9 a.m., Breakfast at Betty's Soul Food Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale;
Noon, Visit the combined Clinton/Hastings campaign offices, 1033 NW Sixth Street, Fort Lauderdale;
12:55 p.m., Lunch at Ponderosa Soul Food Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale
1:40 p.m., Visit the headquarters of the Broward Democratic Executive Committee, 8320 W. Sunrise Boulevard, Plantation
3 p.m., Visit the Clinton campaign office, 3519 North Pineland Road, Sunrise;
4 p.m., Canvas homes on foot in Sunrise neighborhood around the Clinton campaign office.
Photo credit: Matias J. Ocner, Miami Herald