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Title: Centering black women, girls, gender nonconforming people and fem(me)s in campaigns for expanded sanctuary and freedom cities
Contributors: Ritchie, Andrea J.
Morris, Monique W.
Keywords: Asylum, Right of—United States
Undocumented immigrants—Government policy—United States
Women immigrants—United States—Political activity
African American women—Political activity
Issue Date: Sep-2017
Publisher: National Black Women's Justice Initiative
Place of Publication: Brooklyn
Description: This report discusses concepts of "sanctuary" and "freedom" through a policy lens that centers Black women, girls, gender nonconforming people and fem(mes). Offering a policy platform that amplifies the work of the Ms. Foundation Safety cohort, this report offers a policy framework that expands constructs of freedom and offers anti-criminalization strategies to uplift safety.
URI: http://arks.princeton.edu/ark:/88435/dsp01bc386n456
Related resource: https://www.nbwji.org/_files/ugd/0c71ee_612c8b592b4d4b93ba60d932fbd8b71c.pdf
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