Governor Tom Wolf announced today that 15 new commissioners and 18 returning commissioners of the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs were sworn in during a ceremony at the state Capitol. “Pennsylvania is built on a foundation of inclusion and diversity and the Latino community is an important part of our commonwealth’s history and our…
The Pennsylvania Commission for Women, Commission on Latino Affairs, Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, and Commission on African American Affairs stand together in denouncing the Trump Administration’s policy that has resulted in the long-term separation of children from their families at the southern border.
Governor Wolf announced that his administration is holding One-Stop-Shop: Traveling Resource and Information Fairs for individuals and families who have fled the devastation in Puerto Rico caused by Hurricane Maria in September 2017.
Governor Wolf, First Lady Frances Wolf and the Governor’s Advisory Commissions sent a joint letter to members of Congress from Pennsylvania in support of young undocumented Americans who entered the country as minors and obtained protection from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Governor Wolf and his advisory commissions on African American Affairs, Asian Pacific American Affairs, and Latino Affairs, and the Pennsylvania Commission for Women stand united in condemning the hatred and bigotry of white supremacists demonstrated in the Charlottesville, Virginia, rally.