CASA and the University of Maryland School of Medicine Team Up for Latino and Black Outreach for COVID-19 Vaccine Trials
“The COVID-19 vaccine trials must include communities of color who have been the most affected by the virus. After serving selflessly on the frontlines, our communities deserve the best medicine science can offer.”
CASA Statement on Recent Public Charge Decision
Imposing a wealth test on people striving to gain lawful immigration status in this country, deterring them from accessing medical care and potentially leading to the further spread of COVID-19 is both sad and reckless.
As Census Deadline Looms, CASA Ramps Up Outreach Efforts via Community Event for Langley Park Residents
The events will mobilize CASA members and local volunteers in canvassing efforts to help community members fill out the census form and learn more about the importance of participating in the decennial count.
CASA Victory after Howard County Executive Order on ICE
“Today is very important to me because Executive Ball has made the decision to introduce an order that would have prevented the deportation of my husband in Jessup,” said Laura Arroyo.
CASA Denounces Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Ruling Terminating the Legal Status of TPS holders
“The racist motivations of Trump’s appeal will not win in the end. We take this fight to Congress now,” Elsy Alfaro, CASA member and TPS holder September 14, 2020, Hyattsville, MD – CASA condemns today’s ruling from the Ninth Circuit […]
Federal Court Blocks Trump Anti-Immigrant Census Order, Challenged by CASA, Others
“Everyone living in this country should be counted in the census. The Trump administration’s scare tactics only serve as fuel for the fight for justice. We won’t stop until the cen-sus — and the political representation and resources it offers — are protected.”
CASA Celebrates CDC Eviction Moratorium During Coronavirus Pandemic
After Months-Long “Cancel the Rent” Campaign, Rent Relief in Sight
As Eviction Machine Roars Awake, South Central PA Tenants Petition Court to Protect COVID-Ravaged Communities
On the day that courthouses across Pennsylvania start accepting eviction cases, tenants impacted by the COVID crisis will rally outside the York District Court demanding that judges side with communities by refusing to grant evictions.
CASA: Governor Hogan’s School Reopening Announcement Dangerous and Shortsighted
“To protect families from Governor Hogan’s actions, a special session urgently needed,” said CASA Director of Education Maritza Solano.
CASA on Eviction Protection Bills in Virginia Special Session
“Rent relief during the pandemic is a matter of life and death,” says CASA Video statement in English and Spanish Community Member statement in Spanish and English subtitles Richmond, Virginia – In response to the latest actions around the eviction […]