CLASP provided testimony to the New York City Council Committee on Civil Service and Labor regarding the proposed amendment to allow employees to receive up to eighty hours of personal time in a calendar year.
Isha Weerasinghe's article about the importance of providing culturally relevant mental health services to mothers of color was republished.
Olivia Golden was quoted about a memo President Trump signed ordering federal agencies to expand attacks on immigrants and their family members, by targeting U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents who sponsor their relatives.
Child Care and Early Education Equity: A State Action Agenda outlines the important role state policymakers can play to ensure equity in their states’ early education efforts. CLASP’s action agenda describes key state early education programs, significant challenges such as racial disparities and underinvestment, and recommendations for how state leaders can meaningfully improve policies and programs.
CLASP--a co-chair of the Protecting Immigrant Families Campaign--responded to an effort by the Trump Administration to expand attacks on immigrants and their family members by targeting the U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents who sponsor their relatives.
CLASP hosted a webinar explaining the basics of SNAP, how the EBT card works, and shares how retailers on college campuses can accept SNAP at their stores.
Olivia Golden was quoted about President Trump's harmful proposals that would impact immigrant families.
CLASP/NILC joint statement about Trump's attacks on immigrant families was cited in this article, and was picked up by numerous outlets.
The Dream Act of 2019 and American Promise Act of 2019 would support economic security and wellbeing for DACA beneficiaries, TPS holders, and Dreamers as well as their families.
Rebecca Ullrich wrote an op-ed for MomsRising about "safe spaces" for children in immigrant families.