Bay City News, 10/30/2014
A San Francisco resident, with the help of civil rights advocacy groups, filed a citizen complaint today alleging the San Francisco Police Department failed to provide an interpreter when responding to a report of domestic violence.…Read More »
Huffington Post | August 12, 2014
By Ariana Gil
For survivors of domestic violence, a driver’s license is a key tool for asserting independence from an abusive partner and building a new life.
And while most of us take the …Read More »
SF Examiner by Jonah Owen Lamb
When an elderly woman was fatally struck by a car in the heart of Chinatown in September, then-Supervisor David Chiu arrived to a disturbing scene.
Not only had 78-year-old Pui Fong Yim Lee been …Read More »
Every day at Mujeres Unidas y Activas (MUA), a Latina immigrant community based organization in California, I have the opportunity to witness immigrant women as courageous compassionate and effective leaders in our movements to end violence. The same woman who …Read More »