Survivor and activist

Amal Nourelhuda is a TASSC survivor from Sudan and an active participant in the struggle to build “a new Sudan.” Life has not been easy for Amal, but she has met its challenges with fierce determination and the support of family and friends. She became blind as a child but graduated from Khartoum University with degrees in economics and psychology. Amal fled Sudan in 2015 after being persecuted by the brutal military dictatorship headed by Omar al Bashir, who ruled the country for 29 years.

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AG Barr's Decision Revokes Bond for Asylum Seekers, Exacerbating Insecurities and Trauma

In yet another move by this administration to restrict the amount of people granted status in the U.S., Attorney General William Barr reversed a decade-old law impacting asylum seekers. In this post, TASSC comments on this decision, known as Matter M-S-, illuminating how inflammatory rhetoric and actions regarding immigration law and policy are impacting both TASSC survivors and the system at large.

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