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Asur New Mexico partnered with women living on the streets to design the Diamond Fist, a one-of-a-kind personal safety item made from 100% recycled plastic.


The Diamond Fist has been distributed for free to almost a thousand at-risk women who have used it successfully in hundreds of situations.


Now, it’s available to the public.


In Albuquerque, NM, you can find it at Quirky Books, 120 Jefferson St NE, open 10 am to 6 pm, Monday through Saturday.


For online purchases, please visit our Shopify store.

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Perfecting the Diamond Fist took quite some time — years, in fact. Our process involved developing a design, crafting a clay model, and then gathering feedback from women on the street to refine it. Once we settled on a design, we created a plastic prototype and handed it to a select group of women for real-world testing on the street. After a few weeks, they would get back to us with notes about how it operated in actual emergencies. We repeated this process several times until we got to the final version.


But the street is cruel. Two of our consultants were gone before they could see their work come to fruition.

Nicole Mulroy

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Even in her mugshots, Nicole is always smiling. And that's the way we will forever remember her. 

Nicole was shot and killed on Jan. 3, 2018. Her murder is still unsolved.

Angie Romero

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Angie has been missing since Oct. 15, 2018. She was last seen by her boyfriend, who said she left his house to go for a walk around 5:30 am. She hasn't been seen since.

Height: 5'4"

Race/Ethnicity: Hispanic

Hair: Brown, curly shoulder length

Eyes: Hazel

Distinguishing marks: Scar on right cheek, multiple tattoos

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