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Tour to End Forced Marriage Headed to New York City

Posted: 8/27/2014

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Quintupling Our Impact, Nearly $13 Million Received in Donated Services in 2013

Posted: 9/23/2014

Today, we are thrilled to announce that, in 2013, the value of pro bono services donated to Tahirih and our clients reached nearly $13 million, a 23% increase from the previous year and a historic record. This means that we turn every dollar you donate into $5.00 dollars of impact!

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MEDIA STATEMENT: Tahirih Deeply Concerned That Survivors of Gender-Based Violence in Immigration Detention Are Facing Wrongful Deporations

Posted: 9/23/2014

Tahirih Justice Center is deeply concerned that survivors of gender-based violence from Central America currently being held in detention centers in Texas and across the country are facing wrongful deportation due to a lack of appropriate, humanitarian services and denial of due process under immigration law.

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Deputy Criminal Chief Receives Advocacy Award for Efforts to Stop Human Trafficking

Posted: 9/20/2014

Edward Gallagher has been recognized with Tahirih Houston’s 2014 Advocacy Award for his efforts to combat human trafficking in Houston. He received his award on Saturday at the Houstonian Hotel during the 2014 Houston Gala, “Saving Lives, Celebrating Courage.”

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BP America Honored as Tahirih Houston Community Partner of the Year

Posted: 9/20/2014

BP America, Inc., received Tahirih Houston’s Community Partner of the Year Award on Saturday at the 2014 Tahirih Houston Gala, “Saving Lives, Celebrating Courage,” for its generous financial support of Tahirih’s mission to protect courageous immigrant women and girls who have rejected violence.

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Hearst Foundations Receives Tahirih Houston Founder’s Award

Posted: 9/20/2014

The Hearst Foundations are dedicated to funding outstanding nonprofits to ensure that people of all backgrounds in the United States have the opportunity to build healthy, productive, and inspiring lives.

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