Black and Brown Communities Reeling After Trump Coup D’Etat at the Capitol

January 7, 2021

Congress should impeach Trump and immediately remove him from office. While yes, political leadership disappointed us, most biting was the police.

CASA Announces 2021 Maryland Legislative Priorities to Protect Immigrant and Working Families

January 4, 2021

With a membership of 100,000 lifetime members, CASA advocates for laws to limit partnership with ICE and laws to implement COVID protections.

Ahead of Texas v. U.S. Court Case: “DACA is Right”

December 22, 2020

“Over 200,000 DACA recipients work front-line jobs in health care, education, and food industries to keep us safe, fed, and healthy.”

CASA Outraged that COVID Stimulus Checks Exclude Noncitizen Families

December 22, 2020

“These frontline workers brave the risks of the virus – usually without health care – and yet they receive no thanks for sacrificing their health and their jobs.”

Immigrant Groups Pledge Continued Fight After Trump Anti-Immigrant Census SCOTUS Decision

December 18, 2020

“President Trump’s census order is anti-immigrant and unconstitutional, and CASA is disappointed the Supreme Court decided to dismiss the case on technical grounds rather than affirming the right of our communities to be counted.”

Mayor Brandon M. Scott Announces Initiative to Mitigate Disproportionate Impact of COVID-19 on Latinx Community

December 18, 2020

“We are grateful to see Baltimore City leadership step up, particularly when we have felt abandoned and betrayed by federal programs.”

Apartment Tenant Open House for “We Can’t Pay” Rent Campaign

December 15, 2020

Tenants of Bedford and Victoria Station Apartments hold open house to expose substandard living conditions. Ahead of the national eviction moratorium end date of December 31, tenants will share how the COVID-19 pandemic has crippled their ability to pay rent and how maintenance requests for the substandard conditions of the apartments frequently go ignored.

CASA congratulates Howard County Council on passage of the Liberty Act

December 8, 2020

“We congratulate Howard County Councilmembers for embracing immigrants and rejecting overreach by a federal agency that has a long and sordid history of civil and human rights abuses”

Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Trump Anti-Immigrant Census Order Challenged by CASA and Others

November 30, 2020

“Trump’s memo attempting to exclude undocumented immigrants from the apportionment count is simply unconstitutional. Immigrants are a critical part of our communities all across this country.”

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.

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