NewsJune 27th, 2020
Isabela Dias of Truthout reported on the significant delays that immigrant survivors face on pending cases for legal relief. Julie Carpenter, Tahirih Senior Litigation Counsel, spoke to Dias about Tahirih’s […]
NewsJune 4th, 2020
The Tahirih Justice Center joined more than 400 immigrant justice organizations and ally groups to express our solidarity with Black communities. Read the full text of the letter below: […]
NewsMay 29th, 2020
It’s time for us to rise up, support, advocate, witness, change, and heal.
NewsApril 23rd, 2020
Last night, the administration issued an executive order that will temporarily suspend some immigration to the United States. The Tahirih Justice Center condemns this order, which comes at a time– […]
NewsApril 21st, 2020
Yesterday, the administration announced a proposed executive order that would temporarily suspend all immigration to the United States. The Tahirih Justice Center is deeply concerned by this news and continues […]
NewsMarch 23rd, 2020
This brief analysis examines the gaps in the immigration, health care, and public benefits systems that make immigrant survivors especially vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NewsMarch 19th, 2020
As daily activities have ground to a halt in the United States to slow the spread of COVID-19, Americans have been pushed into an unprecedented state of isolation, unemployment, and stress. For immigrant survivors of gender-based violence, many of whom are living with the effects of trauma or coping with ongoing abuse, this is an especially difficult time.