NewsMarch 7th, 2014
Like many criminals, Eva’s boss thought he would get away his abuse of Eva because she was an undocumented immigrant. He threatened to have Eva deported if she went to the police, and Eva kept quiet out of fear.
NewsFebruary 25th, 2014
Our 2014 Courageous Voice Honoree, Mercy Cooper, broke free of an abusive relationship, and today, helps train police officers to recognize and respond to domestic violence. The former Tahirih client will be honored at our 17th Annual Greater DC Gala.
NewsJanuary 29th, 2014
Clinic will set the wheels of justice in motion for a group of immigrant survivors of domestic violence hoping to rebuild their lives.
NewsJune 28th, 2013
Tahirih Justice Center praises the United States Senate’s passage yesterday of S. 744, the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act.
NewsAugust 5th, 2009
Twelve Tahirih clients are among the first in the nation to receive U visas, a vital legal protection for immigrant women and girls who face numerous obstacles in fleeing violence.
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.