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For women who survive acts of violence, finding refuge shouldn't be this difficult

Despite surviving multiple traumas in their home countries, enduring criminalization in Mexico, and being denied asylum by the United States, these women stuck at the US-Mexico border teach us what it means to joyfully resist. It’s time fix the US asylum process to provide lifesaving refuge to people fleeing persecution because of their gender.

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