Introducing the Tahirih Justice Center’s refreshed logo!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.
For some young people, summer isn’t a vacation at allJuly 19th, 2021
For some children and young adults, this time out of school can also carry with it the risk of an unwanted engagement or marriage.
Congratulations, Graduates!July 9th, 2021
At Tahirih, we’re honored to celebrate alongside several clients who graduated from high school this year amid other challenges.
Forced Marriage Affects All of UsJune 30th, 2021
As advocates working to end forced marriage in the United States, we are very familiar with the many misconceptions about the issue. Even among other anti-violence advocates, forced marriage remains under-recognized and poorly understood.
Showing up for trans and queer communitiesJune 28th, 2021
On the anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, Tahirih’s Queer & Trans Caucus shares a message of solidarity.
Tahirih Celebrates Vacated Matter of A-B- DecisionJune 16th, 2021
Today, the Department of Justice vacated Matter of A-B-, a decision that cruelly denied access to asylum for thousands of survivors of domestic violence and dramatically limited their access to […]
Tahirih Statement on Work Permits for U-Visa PetitionersJune 14th, 2021
USCIS announced the implementation of a policy that allows U-visa petitioners within the U.S. who submit complete applications and pass a background check to receive a work permit and protection from deportation almost immediately, rather than waiting years in a backlogged system.