CASA Services featured in Prominent News Station

CASA’s groundbreaking work is featured on the prominent international media channel Voice of America (VOA).

Voice of America, widely recognized as VOA, is a distinguished news organization that has been a source of information since its inception in 1942. With a global reach and a weekly audience of 236.8 million people, VOA is committed to providing news and information to audiences worldwide in over 40 languages, including French. It produces content for digital, television, and radio platforms. It is also distributed by satellite, cable, FM, and MW and is carried on a network of approximately 3,000 affiliate stations. This media giant is renowned for its commitment to journalistic integrity and its ability to cover stories that matter.

Now, CASA, the powerhouse organization that has been transforming communities and lives across the United States, took center stage on VOA Africa. It is important to remind you that with over 155,000 lifetime members across 46 U.S. states, CASA stands as a national force dedicated to building power and enhancing the quality of life in working-class communities, including Black, Latino/a/e, Afro-descendent, Indigenous, and Immigrant communities.

CASA’s unique power-building model seamlessly blends human services, community organizing, and advocacy to address its members’ diverse needs, dreams, and aspirations. By visiting our offices in Hyattsville, Wheaton, and Silver Spring, the talented VOA reporter, Thierry Kaoré, delved deep into CASA’s impactful work, capturing the personal stories and experiences of our members.