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    The Kojo Nnamdi Show: Ripple Effect of Immigration Enforcement

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    Michelle Brané spoke on the effects of immigration enforcement on the community, specifically on family separation and parental rights issues, Monday Feb. 6th, on The Kojo Nnamdi Show.

    To read the entire transcript click here.

    To listen to the entire segment click here.

    Detained and Abused

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    Michelle Brané, Director, Detention and Asylum Program, was quoted in this National Journal article on protecting immigrants held in detention from rape and sexual assault.

    Dignitaries to attend Shafallah Forum

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    Sarah Costa, executive director, Women’s Refugee Commission, among the dignitaries to attend the Shafallah Forum.

    Utah Bishop Wester Calls on State Legislature to Push Congress to Reform Nation's Immigration Laws

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    Emily Butera, senior program officer of the Women's Refugee Commission, is quoted in this KCSG.com article by Marjorie Cortez.

    Organizations Call for End to Detaining Immigrant Families

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    The Women's Refugee Commission is cited in this Texas Civil Rights Review.

    Immigration Detainees Seek Prison-Rape Protection

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    Michelle Brané, director of our detention and asylum program, was interviewed for a piece on NPR's All Things Considered on the need to protect immigration detainees from rape. Listen here.

    Can ICE Police Itself?

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    Emily Butera, senior program officer, detention & asylum program, was quoted in “Can ICE Police Itself?” in The Crime Report, about the need to ensure that the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) apply to immigration detainees.

    Abuso sexual en cárceles de ICE enfrenta a las agencias

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    Michelle Brané, director of our detention and asylum program, is quoted (in Spanish) in "Abuso sexual en cárceles de ICE enfrenta a las agencias" in La Opinion.

    Abuso sexual en centros de detención preocupa al Congreso

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    Michelle Brané, director of our detention and asylum program, is interviewed (in Spanish) for "Abuso sexual en centros de detención preocupa al Congreso" on Univision. Watch it here.

    Children’s “Wish for the Holidays” - Keep Our Families Together

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    The Women's Refugee Commission is mentioned in this New America Media article by Elena Shore.

    Sex Abuse in Immigrant Detention at Center of Political Storm

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    Michelle Brané, Director, Detention and Asylum, is quoted in this New America Media piece originally published in La Opinión, News Report by Antonieta Cádiz, now translated by Elena Shore.

    Activists call for more alternatives to immigrant detention

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    Michelle Brané, Director, Detention and Asylum, is quoted in this Columbia Journalist article by Dervedia Thomas.

    Immigrant Detainees: The New Sex Abuse Crisis

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    The Women's Refugee Commission is mentioned in this New York Review blog by David Kaiser and Lovisa Stannow.

    Children of deported immigrants languish in foster care – as the Obama administration fights itself

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    Emily Butera, Senior Program Officer, Detention and Asylum, is quoted in this New York World article by Sasha Chavkin.

    Jump in US Deportations Leaves Moms Stranded

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    Michelle Brané, Director, Detention and Asylum, is quoted in this Women's eNews article by Amy Lieberman.

    The children left behind: Dad's deportation lands son in foster care

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    Emily Butera, Senior Program Officer, Detention and Asylum, is quoted in this Deseret News article by Elizabeth Stuart.

    U.S. Deports 46K Parents With Citizen Kids in Just Six Months

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    Emily Butera, Senior Program Officer,Detention and Asylum, is mentioned in the Colorlines article by Seth Freed Wessler, "U.S. Deports 46K Parents With Citizen Kids in Just Six Month."

    Why It's Crucial to Keep Immigrant Families Together

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    The Women's Refugee Commission is mentioned in this article in Colorlines, by Rinku Sen, "Why It's Crucial to Keep Immigrant Families Together."

    Let's Not Give up on Immigration Detention Reform Quite Yet

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    Michelle Brané, Director, Detention & Asylum, writes about the need for reforming the U.S. immigrant detention system in this Huffington Post piece.

    Report: Widespread Border Patrol Abuse Goes Unchecked

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    Jennifer Podkul, Program Officer, Detention and Asylum, is quoted in Julianne Hing's Colorlines article, "Report: Widespread Border Patrol Abuse Goes Unchecked."