CASA provides detailed, specific changes to benefit immigrant and working class communities across the United States
WASHINGTON, DC— Today immigrant advocacy organization CASA is pleased to share its 2021-2024 Federal Policy Agenda, a comprehensive document found below with detailed recommendations for the federal government on pressing issues impacting immigrant and working class communities. The document includes recommendations for the executive and legislative branches with a focus on the top areas of concerns for CASA’s 115,000 lifetime members, including:
- Immigration Reform and Justice
- Healthcare Access and Affordability
- Environmental Justice
- Justice for Puerto Rico
- Educational Outcomes and Fighting Racial Disparity
- Civil Rights and Constitutional Practices
- International Non-Interference and Solidarity
- Housing Justice for All
- Labor and Economic Mobility
“The United States is at a pivotal point in history,” said Alonzo Washington, chief of federal policy at CASA. “Both Congress and the Biden administration have the opportunity to institute bold policy changes that will better the lives of all people, especially the working class and immigrant communities. These changes will strengthen democracy and help build a society that is more just for all.”
More details about CASA’s Federal Policy Agenda can be viewed below. The Federal Policy Agenda is a part of the policy agenda website launch, which offers an expansion of resources for individuals and organizations, broken down by issue area.
“Justice for immigrants, workers, and families requires real leadership. Policymakers should focus on the CASA Federal Policy Agenda and work closely with CASA to make it happen,” closed Ivania Castillo, CASA board member.