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Survivor Solidarity

Survivor Solidarity

Survivor Solidarity Community support -- including financial support for legal defense and basic needs, and public demonstrations of support through petitions or court watches -- is an act of solidarity and can make a HUGE difference for survivors who are punished by...

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Events in Mar-Apr 2019!

Events in Mar-Apr 2019!

Join Survived & Punished members at the following upcoming community events:   Free Them All: Defending the Lives of Criminalized Survivors of Violence (NYC) March 19 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Brooklyn Law School, Subotnick Center 250 Joralemon Street Brooklyn, NY This...

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#FreeLiyah

#FreeLiyah

Liyah Birru, a Black immigrant from Ethiopia, was prosecuted and incarcerated for defending herself against her abusive husband who had subjected her to beatings, sexual assault, verbal abuse, threats, and racial slurs. After serving her sentence, she now faces the...

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Cyntoia Brown Granted Clemency! Analyses & Interviews

Cyntoia Brown Granted Clemency! Analyses & Interviews

After 15 years of incarceration for defending her life, Cyntoia Brown will finally be released. Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam commuted her sentence following ongoing public support for her freedom. She will be eligible for release on August 7, 2019, and she'll be on...

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Mar 2, NYC: Survived & Punished 2nd National Convening

Mar 2, NYC: Survived & Punished 2nd National Convening

Join Survived and Punished for a day of panels, strategy sessions, and community building -- all with a focus on launching defense campaigns and organizing to free criminalized survivors of racialized gender-based violence. The goals of the national...

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