Tiffany Williams

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Tiffany Williams

Tiffany Williams is the Senior Human Trafficking and Labor Rights Specialist for the Global Economy project of the Institute for Policy Studies. She also serves as the coordinator for the Beyond Survival campaign of the National Domestic Workers Alliance.

Tiffany’s work focuses on the connections between immigration, gender, and labor rights to human trafficking of low-wage women workers. Before joining the Global Economy project, she directed the Break the Chain Campaign project and provided counseling and case management for domestic workers who survived human trafficking and labor exploitation in the Washington metro area.

Tiffany graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelors Degree in Political Science, and from Columbia University with a Master’s Degree in Social Work. She is a licensed social worker in the District of Columbia.

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Georgia on My Mind

Thoughts, expectations, and plans for the We Belong Together delegation travels to Georgia to bring attention to the ways in which unjust immigration laws affect women, children and families.

Break The Chain Heads to Georgia

A delegation of women leaders will travel to the Peach state to hear about the negative impacts that immigration enforcement has on immigrant families.

Scrapping America’s Bootstraps

Entitlements include many of the basic programs that have raised the U.S. standard of living since the FDR administration and before.

A New National Movement Forms to Protect and Expand Care

On Tuesday, July 12, over 700 people from across the country, Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, and national human rights leaders will launch the Caring Across Generations campaign, supported in part by the Institute for Policy Studies.

The New Caregiving Movement

With Medicare and Medicaid on the chopping block at the state and federal levels, the crisis for seniors and people with disabilities is becoming as urgent as the crisis facing the workers who are caring for them.
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