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Posts tagged Atlanta
  • Creating a safer world for Indigenous women and girls—together.

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    October 10th, 2021

    October 11 marks both International Day of the Girl and Indigenous Peoples’ Day, observances that illuminate the ways gender-based violence particularly impacts those who live at the dangerous intersections of sexism, racism, and xenophobia.

  • Tahirih Statement on Treatment of Haitians at the Border

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    September 23rd, 2021

    The Tahirih Justice Center strongly condemns the administration’s racist and brutal mistreatment of Haitian refugees at the U.S. southern border.

  • Giving Tuesday: A Day of Global Giving

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    September 21st, 2021

    When you donate or create your own online fundraiser for Giving Tuesday, you provide vital support for immigrant survivors of gender-based violence on their path towards justice.

  • REPORT: “Ensuring Equal and Enduring Access to Asylum”

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    September 9th, 2021

    To ensure equal and enduring access to asylum for survivors of gender-based violence, the U.S. must add gender as a protected ground for asylum.

  • Supporting Afghan Refugees

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    September 1st, 2021

    Hundreds of organizations around the country are mobilizing to support the thousands of Afghans seeking refuge in the U.S. in the wake of the crisis in Afghanistan. Check out this short list of resources for those who want to help the relief efforts.

  • An analysis of the Biden Administration’s new proposed asylum rules

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    August 19th, 2021

    While the proposal has some positive impacts on immigrant survivors of gender-based violence, some aspects of the proposed rule will also be harmful.

  • Introducing the Tahirih Justice Center’s refreshed logo! 

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    August 18th, 2021

    Tahirih has been engaged in consultation to reimagine our visual identity in alignment with our values. We see our refreshed logo as one step toward better embodying the just and equitable world we seek.