NewsAugust 22nd, 2019
Bloomberg quoted Tahirih Senior Immigration Policy Counsel, Irena Sullivan, in an article about the administration’s plan to change a rule regarding how long migrant families may be detained for.
NewsJune 4th, 2019
Tahirih and a coalition of national organizations issued this statement after releasing the eye-opening results of a survey of advocates working with immigrant survivors of violence.
Despite the #MeToo Movement, Roll-Backs in Protection Endanger Immigrant Women: It is Time for #ImmigrantWomenToo
NewsMarch 27th, 2019
Tahirih SF Bay Area Executive Director Morgan Weibel wrote about the importance of recognizing the plight of immigrant survivors of violence.
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.
NewsJanuary 18th, 2019
NBC News speaks to Tahirih client Vilma Carrillo following being reunited with her daughter.
After 247 Days, Vilma Carrillo, an Immigrant Woman Separated from Her Daughter, Has Been Released from ICE Custody.
NewsJanuary 11th, 2019
Pacific Standard spoke with Tahirih Atlanta Executive Director Shana Tabak after ICE released Tahirih client, Vilma, from detention in Georgia.
Penn Badgley is Teaming Up with the Tahirih Justice Center to Help An Immigrant Mom Separated From Her Daughter
NewsDecember 21st, 2018
Teen Vogue interviews Tahirih Atlanta Executive Director, Shana Tabak, and actor Penn Badgley about visiting Tahirih client Vilma Carrillo Carrillo in detention.