Registration Open for June 2017 32-Hour Victim Advocate Training

May 31 2017 - Press Releases
Registration Is Open for MCASA's  Comprehensive 32-Hour Victim Advocate Training June 26-29, 2017 Baltimore, Maryland   Register now to attend the

Save The Date: 2017 MWOCN Conference

May 12 2017 - Press Releases
SAVE THE DATE The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault Women of Color Network (MWOCN), with support from the Maryland Department

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

May 09 2017 - Press Releases
MCASA joins over 900 local, state, and national organizations in a letter to Senators Richard Shelby, Jeanne Shaheen, Roy Blunt, and

Netflix Series “13 Reasons Why” Criticized for Graphic Depictions of Suicide and Rape

May 03 2017 - Press Releases
Advocates are concerned that Netflix's popular series "13 Reasons Why" may be triggering for people with a history of sexual violence

Cosmopolitan Magazine: Maryland Fails to Pass Rape Survivor Family Protection Act

April 28 2017 - Press Releases
A recent Cosmopolitan OpEd jointly authored by Maryland Delegate Kathleen Dumais and MCASA's own Executive Director Lisae Jordan discusses the

Children Conceived Without Consent

April 27 2017 - Press Releases
A recent Baltimore Sun editorial criticizes Maryland's legislature for its failure to pass the Rape Survivor Family Protection Act for

Changes to Maryland’s Outdated Rape Definition Means Victims No Longer Have to Prove Physical Resistance

April 20 2017 - Press Releases
A recent Huffington Post article highlights upcoming changes to Maryland’s sexual assault statutes, modernizing the state’s law to

NYT: Another Long Delay for Rape Custody Bill in Maryland

April 20 2017 - Press Releases
A recent New York Times article explains that bipartisan support in the General Assembly and Governor Larry Hogan's (R) support

All-Male Panel Determines the Fate of Women Who Become Pregnant as a Result of Rape

April 17 2017 - Press Releases
All-Male Panel Determines the Fate of Women Who Become Pregnant as a Result of Rape The Maryland General Assembly made

2017 Legislative Priorities – Final Report

April 14 2017 - Press Releases
2017 Legislative Priorities – Final Report One of MCASA’s most important responsibilities is to advocate for strong public policies to support

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