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Posts tagged family separation
  • As Legal Status Options Narrow for Immigrants, Domestic Abuse Reports Rise

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    November 14th, 2018

    Tahirih Houston’s Anne Chandler spoke to the Houston Chronicle about rising domestic violence reports since 2017.

  • Asylum Seekers Have a Legal Right to Ask for Help

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    November 2nd, 2018

    The Tahirih Justice Center is concerned about recent anti-immigrant rhetoric, not based in fact, seemingly being used to justify upcoming policy shifts that would undermine U.S. obligations under international and domestic law.

  • We are All the Women of Hutto

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    September 26th, 2018

    Lynn Pearson, Staff Attorney at Tahirih Atlanta, shares her reflections from her visit to a detention center in Texas.

  • Tahirih Atlanta’s Shana Tabak: Atlanta Will Not Be Complicit in Family Separation

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    September 14th, 2018

    Tahirih Atlanta Executive Director, Shana Tabak, was an adviser in the decision to end the incarceration of ICE detained immigrants at the Atlanta City Detention Center.

  • City Ends Lucrative Agreement with ICE

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    September 6th, 2018

    Tahirih Atlanta Executive Director, Shana Tabak, is featured on CBS46 during the announcement of the termination of the relationship between ICE and the city of Atlanta.

  • Witnessing Cruelty at the Border

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    August 23rd, 2018

    Tahirih Bay Area’s Executive Director, Morgan Weibel, recounts her experience at a detention center in Texas, and calls for assistance for relocated families trying to rebuild their lives.

  • Letter from Archi: Tahirih Staff at the Border Give Me Hope

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    August 9th, 2018

    Members of the Tahirih staff have witnessed first-hand how recent policies are impacting individuals and families seeking protection. Help us ensure our justice system honors our nation’s proud history, enshrined in U.S. law, of offering protection to women, men, and children fleeing persecution and violence.