Actions in DC, LA, Colorado, Seattle Coincide with Introduction of “Roadmap to Freedom” Resolution in Congress, Laying out Policy Vision  

January 25, 2021, Washington, DC – A week after the Biden-Harris administration took office, four years to the day after Pres. Trump signed the Muslim Ban executive order, immigrant and Muslim organizations flood the Washington Monument and across the country in this national day of action targeting Congress and the White House. The national day of action will consist of an anchor action in Washington DC, coupled with distributed actions nationwide and a social media takeover. The actions also coincide with the official introduction of the Roadmap to Freedom resolution by Rep. Pramila Jayapal, which provides a policy blueprint that organizations will measure Congressional and White House proposals.

WHO: Hundreds of immigrants and allies from CAIR, CASA, CASA in Action, CPD, Faith in Action/Congregation Action Network, FIRM Action, Community Change Action, MPOWER Change, MRNY, NAKASEC, New York Immigration Coalition, No Muslim Ban Ever Campaign


  • Short speaking agenda centering affected community members, including those affected by the Muslim ban, undocumented essential workers, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and TPS (Temporary Protected Status) holders, among other immigrants
  • Visual activation with hundreds spelling out “ALL OF US” with their bodies at the foot of the Washington Monument, with others wave banners and signs

WHERE: Foot of Washington Monument

WHEN: 27 January 2021 at 12 pm

MORE: The event comes days after the certification of Georgia’s Senate elections, signaling the opportunity for Congressional leaders to pass a permanent solution for the 11 million undocumented who call the country home. After President Biden rolled back the Muslim and African bans, issued a moratorium on deportations and detention, and started reversing Trump’s interior enforcement machine, the groups seek to repair the broken immigration structure.

The group supports Rep. Jayapal’s Roadmap to Freedom Resolution which will be introduced that day. It promotes full citizenship that is equitable and accessible and centering family unity and lifts up key elements of the immigration system that must be reformed. The groups will ask other Members of Congress to cosponsor the resolution and be advocates for immigration reform on the Hill.

With over 100,000 members across the states of Maryland, Virginia, and South Central Pennsylvania, CASA is the largest member-based Latino and immigrant organization in the mid-Atlantic region. Visit us at and follow us on Twitter at @CASAforall