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The Rebecca Project for Human Rights, Washington, District of Columbia. 1,813 likes · 3 talking about this · 8 were here. http://www.rebeccaproject.org
NWLC and the Rebecca Project for Human Rights released the Mothers Behind Bars report, which explores the egregious practice of shackling women during childbirth and other important issues affecting pregnant and parenting women—the vast majority of whom are non-violent, first-time offenders. In the report, each state is graded on whether it has adequate policies—or any policies at all—on prenatal care, shackling, and family-based drug treatment as an alternative to incarceration.
Sitting in her Washington, D. C. , office last spring with two victims of sex trafficking, Malika Saada Saar could barely believe what she was hearing. "They described how they had been sold on Craigslist," says Saada Saar, founder of the Rebecca Project for Human Rights. "At that moment, I committed to do everything I could to end this. " In the months that followed, the Rebecca Project arranged for victims to speak before members of Congress, meet with the vice president and attorney general, and write open letters to Craigslist's founder.
The Rebecca Project for Human Rights is a legal and policy organization that advocates for justice, dignity and reform for vulnerable women and girls in the United States and in Africa. We believe that women and girls possess the right to live free of gendered inequity, sexual and physical violence; to heal from the injuries of violence, trauma and addiction. We believe that investment in their leadership creates healthy, safe, and strong communities.