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News tagged Houston
  • Journey to Justice: Progress & Perseverance

    August 3rd, 2022

    Please join us on Saturday, October 29, 2022 for Tahirih Houston’s annual in-person gala!

  • International Migrants Day

    December 18th, 2021

    For International Migrants Day 2021, Tahirih condemns the unjust detention of migrants and survivors who are seeking asylum.

  • Support Indigenous Liberation

    November 24th, 2021

         In the United States, November marks Native American Heritage Month, a time dedicated to celebrating the contributions, lives, and cultures of Indigenous people across the Americas.     […]

  • Uplifting Trans Immigrants on Trans Day of Resilience

    November 19th, 2021

    Trans Day of Resilience is an occasion for us to uplift and celebrate the trans community and the future we can build by breaking the chains of oppression. Tahirih and its supporters dream of and work to build a world that values and liberates those who have been oppressed by systems and institutions committed to maintaining a binary status quo.

  • End State Violence Against Trans & Queer Migrants

    October 28th, 2021

    This LGBTQ+ History Month, Tahirih’s Queer & Trans Caucus demands an immediate end to the state-sponsored violence that trans, nonbinary, two-spirit, and queer immigrants face at the hands of our immigration and criminal punishment systems.

  • Intersex Awareness Day 2021

    October 26th, 2021

    October 26 marks Intersex Awareness Day and uplifts the fight to end non-consensual infant genital surgeries. Today, we amplify the voices of intersex people and intersex advocacy organizations which call for the end of invasive, unnecessary forced intersex surgeries which are a form of institutionalized gender-based violence. Tahirih is committed to ending gender-based violence and reaching collective liberation, which includes fighting against these invasive, non-consensual procedures.

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

    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.