CBP One App May Do More Harm Than Good for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence
NewsMarch 15th, 2023
Senior Litigation Counsel at the Tahirih Justice Center, Rachel Sheridan, explains why the CBP One App is problematic for survivors of violence seeking asylum.
“Contar mi historia me ayuda a sanarme”: hispana habla de cómo logró salir del tráfico humano
NewsNovember 14th, 2022
Tahirih’s client, Brenda Rincon, shared her story with Univision Atlanta reporter, Ana Herrera. Brenda says sharing her survival story helps her heal.
You can see the full interview in Spanish here.
Survey of Advocates Reveals Immigrant Survivors Fear Reporting Violence
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.
Take Action and Ask Your Representative To Support VAWA!
Action AlertsMarch 25th, 2019
Tell your Representative that you support the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act!
Investigation – Fear Drives Forced Labor Underground Along U.S.-Mexico Border
NewsJune 11th, 2018
Tahirih Attorney Libby Hasse speaks with Reuters about her experience for this story on how fear drives human trafficking survivors into hiding in the Rio Grande Valley.
‘It Feels Horrible and Lonely:’ A Victim of Human Trafficking Describes Her Ordeal
NewsJanuary 23rd, 2017
The Washington Post tells the story of a courageous Tahirih client who survived human trafficking.