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Fall 2020 Newsletter

View the email version of the newsletter  New Partnership with the University of New Haven Casa de Esperanza is proud to announce that R. Lillianne Macias, Ph.D. of the University of New Haven is the National Latin@ Network’s next director of research and evaluation. In building her new role, Dr. Macias forged an innovative partnership [...]

10 Tips for Voting Safely

By voting, we make our voice heard and express ourselves, remembering that democracy asks us all to participate in a civil and respectful manner. With that in mind, we want to share with you these few tips to guide and support you through the 2020 election: Prepare yourself ahead of the voting day (bring your [...]

Statement on the Whistleblower Complaint of Abuses at ICE Detention Center

Non-consensual hysterectomies are a form of gender-based violence. The US has a long and sad history of forced sterilization, particularly of women of color, including enslaved Africans, Native women, Puerto Rican and Mexican women, people with disabilities, and others. We at Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network are deeply concerned by the recent reports of human rights [...]

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