PubsJuly 7th, 2021
Institutional Injustice analyzes the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic affects people jailed by ICE. In particular, this report emphasizes the ways in which existing systems along with ICE’s pandemic response endanger people in detention and facilitate the further spread of the virus.
NewsAugust 21st, 2019
Tahirih Bay Area Executive Director Morgan Weibel commented on the administration’s move to extend detention times for immigrant families, as well as its overall policy of deterrence.
PubsMarch 1st, 2019
Tahirih Chief of Policy Archi Pyati issued a statement in response to reports of abuse of children in detention.
NewsJanuary 19th, 2019
Vilma Carrillo Carrillo fled with her daughter from Guatemala to escape severe domestic violence. She didn’t know that when she would enter the U.S. she would be detained and separated from her daughter for 246 days.
NewsSeptember 14th, 2018
Tahirih Atlanta Executive Director, Shana Tabak, was on the advisory committee to the mayor of Atlanta in her decision to terminate the relationship between Atlanta and ICE.
PubsSeptember 14th, 2018
This brief analysis summarizes the main points of a proposed rule which would lengthen the time a child can be held in detention.
This Immigrant Returned To Her Dangerous Home Country — Where She’d Been Raped — After Having A Miscarriage In A US Detention Center
NewsJuly 20th, 2018
BuzzFeed News spoke to Tahirih’s Irena Sullivan about the consequences of the Attorney General’s decision on Matter A-B- for women.