CASA Commends Alejandro Mayorkas Nomination as Secretary of U.S. Department of Homeland Security

November 23, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden needs a qualified competent Secretary to undo a bevy of anti-immigrant & xenophobic immigration policies.

CASA Welcomes News of 95% Effective Rate of COVID Vaccine

November 16, 2020

“Communities of color, ravaged by this virus and have been at the forefront of finding a cure, must be at the front of the line when the vaccine is distributed.”

CASA applauds Cheverly Town Council in its Passage of a Charter Amendment to Allow Non-Citizens to Vote in Local Elections

November 16, 2020

Jenny Garcia, Micah Watson, Nicole Bryner, Kayce Munyeneh, and Amy Fry all voted to pass the charter amendment to the Cheverly Town constitution to allow non-citizens, regardless of status, to vote in local elections becoming the fourth city in Prince […]

CASA Pennsylvania to Dispatch More than 400 Voter Guardians to Polls in York, Lancaster, Dauphin, Montgomery, and Chester Counties to Guarantee Voter Protection for Eligible Voters on Election Day

November 4, 2020

WHAT: Today, CASA Pennsylvania will mobilize more than 400 volunteer ‘voter guardians’ to 126 polling places in York, Lancaster, Dauphin, Montgomery, and Chester counties, to ensure that local eligible voters are protected and able to freely exercise their right to vote. […]

CASA Celebrates Historically High Latino Voter Turnout After Year-Long Voter Mobilization

November 4, 2020

CASA Celebrates Historically High Latino Voter Turnout in the Battleground State After Year-Long Voter Education, Mobilization and Protection Efforts in Underrepresented Communities YORK, PA. – As millions of Americans await the final results of the 2020 elections, CASA is celebrating […]

Montgomery County’s Top Nonprofit Organizations Join Opposition to Question B

October 27, 2020

From leading business groups to anti-hunger activists and local Democratic clubs, Montgomery County’s community leaders agree on one thing: Ficker’s Question B is a dangerous idea. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, October 26, 2020 — The cross-county coalition that burst onto the Montgomery […]

Apartment Tenants March to Management Office, Deliver Final Letter asking to Meet, and Declare Rent Strike

October 27, 2020

For Planning Purposes Only: October 23, 2020 Media Contact: Jenna DeFosse,, 301-717-4492 (call/text) Tenants stage rent strike in desperate, last effort to reach apartment owners to discuss mutually beneficial agreement for tenants and the company   Hyattsville, MD — […]

CASA Denounces ICE Threats in Prince William County

October 21, 2020

“Arm-twisting the county into feeding Trump’s deportation force is just another example of how ICE bullies local and state governments, and this is unacceptable.”

Immigrant Detained by Howard County & Handed to ICE: HoCo Needs TRUST

October 13, 2020

Immigrant advocacy organization CASA demands justice for William Trejo Garcia, a father of a three-year-old U.S. Citizen daughter.

CASA Celebrates First Step in Kicking ICE out of Howard County

October 6, 2020

Immigrant Families Look to Calvin Ball to Approve CB51 Annapolis, MD – Executive Director Gustavo Torres issued the following statement after the Howard County Council passed CB51, a bill to limit the county collaboration with the U.S. Immigration and Customs […]

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