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Do you have news for NYSCASA to share in our next digest? Email submissions with “Newsletter” in the subject line to Chelsea Miller, Communications Director, at cmiller@nyscasa.org.   Coalition News Advocates in Action: Campus Advocates of the Western NY Region Campus Advocates from the Western Region enjoyed their...

For Immediate Release: July 13, 2019; updated July 18, 2019 to include new sign-ons Contact: Selena Bennett-Chambers, Director of Public Policy / 518-482-4222 ext. 302; Chelsea R. Miller, Communications Director / 518-482-4222 ext. 300 See also: NYSCASA Statement on US Immigrant Detention: Close the Camps, Bear Witness, Reunite Families,...

General Nature of Position The Grants Compliance Director has overall responsibility for ensuring NYSCASA and its grantees effectively fulfill funding requirements and expectations. This is a full-time, exempt position.   Qualifications The ideal candidate has strong project management skills, excellent attention to detail, and excels in building relationships. The...

  Announcements from NYSCASA   Statement on US Immigrant Detention: Close the Camps, Bear Witness, Reunite Families, and End the Violence [caption id="attachment_2935" align="alignright" width="291"] Madhuri Shukla, Immigration Detention Is Deadly, justseeds[/caption] As an organization committed to ending sexual violence while addressing oppression and injustice, NYSCASA condemns the violence and...

  General Nature of Position The Campus Projects Director is responsible for ongoing development of NYSCASA’s initiative that addresses improved communication between campus personnel, rape crisis advocates, local law enforcement, community partners, students, and county prosecutors to allow for a coordinated statewide and community specific response to...

For Immediate Release: July 9, 2019 Contact: Selena Bennett-Chambers, Director of Public Policy / 518-482-04222 ext. 302; Chelsea R. Miller, Communications Director / 518-482-4222 ext. 300   NYSCASA STATEMENT ON US IMMIGRANT DETENTION Close the Camps, Bear Witness, Reunite Families, and End the Violence The New York State Coalition Against Sexual...

On June 19, 1865, Union troops arrived in Galveston, TX, to announce the end of the American Civil War and to free the last enslaved people in the US, two years after Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Although slavery wouldn't legally end in all...

  [ez-toc]   Announcements from NYSCASA   2018 Annual Report NYSCASA’s 2018 Annual Report, which outlines our activities during 2018, is available! Many thanks and kudos to our 2018 donors, members, board members, and staff.   NYSCASA Honors Pride Month This LGBTQ Pride Month marks 50 years since the June 28, 1968, uprising at the...