By filing amicus briefs, CLASP has helped fight several significant attacks on immigrant families.
On October 18, 2019 CLASP submitted these comments to the Federal Register in opposition to the Department of Housing and Urban Development's proposed rule on the implementation of the Fair Housing Act’s disparate impact standard.
CLASP comments on Tennessee’s proposed amendment (Amendment 42) to the TennCare II Demonstration waiver.
Statement from Olivia Golden on the College Affordability Act.
Olivia Golden explains how more than a quarter million public comments have halted the "public charge" rule for now.
Passage of the “Strengthening Career & Technical Education for the 21st Century Act” (Perkins V, which reauthorizes federal legislation funding career and technical education (CTE)), brings the opportunity to improve the quality and accessibility of CTE for adults with low incomes; English le
Mental health is a huge part of individual wellbeing. Systemic barriers like racism and stigma have blocked many people with low incomes and people of color from high-quality mental health care. Unaddressed mental health challenges undermine their ability to learn, work, and thrive. That’s why CLASP’s work in this area has dramatically deepened.
The future remains uncertain as DACA heads to the Supreme Court. In the meantime, there are a few things to keep in mind.
2019 marks 400 years since the first enslaved Africans were brought to what would become the United States. 2019 is also a year where our national conversation has struggled to reconcile the caging of young people in inhumane conditions and the separation of children from their parents on the Southwest border with our national narrative as a “nation of immigrants.” What does this historical inflection point and national crisis have to do with young minds?