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Anti-Violence Project Condemns Travel Ban

MEDIA CONTACT: Eliel Cruz, Director of Communications ecruz@avp.org, 212-714-1184 The New York City Anti-Violence Project unequivocally condemns The United States Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the unjust, overtly racist travel ban from Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Venezuela and North Korea. This policy, enacted by Trump’s Administration through presidential proclamation,

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Words Matter

The AVP Action Brief tracks actions of the Trump administration that impact our communities’ safety and rights and offers concrete steps that we can take to stand up for safety and justice. We are here for you and we are in this together. Words Matter On Friday, in a meeting

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#DefendDACA

The AVP Action Brief tracks actions of the Trump administration that impact our communities’ safety and rights and offers concrete steps that we can take to stand up for safety and justice. We are here for you and we are in this together.  #DefendDACA  Today, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced

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#NoMuslimBanEVER

The AVP Action Brief tracks actions of the Trump administration that impact our communities’ safety and rights and offers concrete steps that we can take to stand up for safety and justice. We are here for you and we are in this together. #NoMuslimBanEVER Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed

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The NYC Anti-Violence Project Marches in NYC Pride

AVP Action Brief: #EqualityForward

The AVP Action Brief tracks actions of the Trump administration that impact our communities’ safety and rights and offers concrete steps that we can take to stand up for safety and justice. We are here for you and we are in this together. #EqualityForward Today, U.S. Representative David N. Cicilline

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#CANTERASEUS; License to Discriminate

2020 could have been the year that questions about sexual orientation and gender identity were included in the US Census. Instead, it was announced this week that the 2020 Census will not include questions about sexual orientation and gender identity. AVP has been tracking violence against LGBTQ people for 20 years,

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