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Governor Hogan vetoes the Healthy Working Families Act (HB1)

Governor Larry Hogan turned his back on victims of sexual assault in Maryland this week when he vetoed the Healthy Working Families Act (HB1). As a result of this heartless decision, victims of sexual assault will not have access to earned, paid safe and sick leave. MCASA calls on the Maryland General Assembly to overturn this veto. This […]

Save The Date: 2017 MWOCN Conference

SAVE THE DATE The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault Women of Color Network (MWOCN), with support from the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH),  announces its 2017 Annual Conference:  Building Healing and Resilience: Untangling the Web of Trauma’s Impact Thursday, November 9, 2017 at Bowie State University  Keynote Speakers: Tonier Cain, Author of Healing Neen […]

MCASA Joins Letter to Congress Supporting Robust Funding for Sexual and Domestic Violence Programs

MCASA joins over 900 local, state, and national organizations in a letter to Senators Richard Shelby, Jeanne Shaheen, Roy Blunt, and Patty Murray and Representatives John Culberson, José Serrano, Tom Cole, and Rosa DeLauro calling for increased funding for programs that address sexual assault and domestic violence under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), Victims […]

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