CASA Pick: Yellow Wife

CASA staff holding Yellow Wife by Sadeqa Johnson

Our team at Henrico CASA loves to read… and there’s no better time to read than the summer! In upcoming weeks we’ll be highlighting some of our recent favorites in the hopes that you will enjoy the themes and connections to our work as child advocates. Synopsis Yellow Wife begins on a plantation in Charles…

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CASA Call to Action: Race Matters

Adult and child sitting on front porch together, blog header

Race matters. That is why at Henrico CASA we believe our volunteers, staff, and leadership should reflect the diversity of the population that we serve. We strive for all of our partners to feel safe and comfortable as people, and within their roles at our organization. It’s why we explore topics like equity, inclusion, and…

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