ASAP in the News
The Texas Tribune
September 25, 2018
Co-founder Liz Willis explained long-standing challenges faced by asylum seekers and recent actions by the current administration that are exacerbating an already broken system.
July 31, 2018
Co-founder Liz Willis spoke to Univision at the send-off for "Grannies Respond" in New York, discussing the illegality of the administration's border policies. (Spanish Video.)
Women's Media Center
July 25, 2018
ASAP was highlighted for work providing legal assistance to formerly detained mothers, while co-founder Dorothy Tegeler called for continued public resistance.
July 11, 2018
Coverage of ASAP's new report highlighted systemic failures leading to unjust deportation orders after asylum seekers missed court hearings they were never notified of.
July 9, 2018
Co-founder Swapna Reddy was featured alongside other women working within the fields of law, advocacy, and organizing to defend the rights of immigrants.
Sprudge Media Network
July 3, 2018
ASAP was proud to receive an outpouring of support from local coffee shop owners nationwide who organized fundraisers to sustain ASAP's work.
June 26, 2018
Co-founder Dorothy Tegeler explained ASAP's founding as an organization aimed at addressing the gap in legal representation available to asylum seekers and their families.
BBC World Service Radio
June 25, 2018
Co-founder Swapna Reddy spoke about the challenges of reuniting families in the face of the administration's egregious family separation policies. Link to interview currently unavailable.
The Arts Paper
June 23, 2018
Co-founder Dorothy Tegeler spoke at New Haven's World Refugee Day about changes in border policies and asylum law, calling for all families to be together and free.
June 22, 2018
ASAP was the proud recipient of donations from local businesses in Chicago who organized fundraisers to support asylum seeking-families impacted by recent family separation policies.
June 22, 2018
Co-founder Liz Willis discussed Trump's executive order on family separation and its impact on asylum-seeking families. Link to interview currently unavailable.
June 21, 2018
Co-founder Liz Willis addressed how Trump's recent executive order will impact asylum seekers and fails to end the violent practice of family separation and family detention.