Success StoriesFebruary 23rd, 2021
“Looking back, I see that I had the strength and resolve the whole time. Because of trauma, we tell ourselves we can’t do it. But in reality, we have overcome so much, and we will continue to overcome. I’m going to continue pressing forward to reach my dreams.”
NewsSeptember 25th, 2018
The Tahirih Justice Center is deeply concerned about the impact that the new rule expanding the definition of “public charge” will have on survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault, and related trauma.
NewsMarch 25th, 2014
The informational event, “Respect for Working People!,” will be held from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Saturday, April 5, 2014 at Patterson High School in Baltimore, Md.
NewsAugust 1st, 2009
Discussions are underway about how to strengthen the Violence Against Women Act to better protect survivors of violence, and Tahirih is a vital voice.
NewsFebruary 17th, 2009
Long-awaited regulations that govern the process by which survivors of certain serious crimes and human trafficking may apply to become lawful permanent residents went into effect Jan. 12, 2009.