Values

Each individual has an inherent right to dignity and to the skills and education that allows for effective engagement in society.

Purpose

To mobilize and empower the formerly-incarcerated, and their friends and families, to improve their quality of life through participation in the political process.

Mission

Educate and motivate marginalized populations through workshops and Game Changer Groups that teach basic legal concepts and provide tools for effective civic engagement.

Goals

Individuals understand how the system negatively impacts their ability to secure work, housing, and healthcare. They eliminate these impacts through civic engagement, including voting, political activism, and serving in public office.

Convening of the Board

On August 24, Civil Survival invited potential board members to an information session. Amanda DuBois reports that the meeting was a success and that “it's a great group of people and I’m thankful they came and shared their time.” Tarra Simmons shared...

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Changing the Game in Auburn

August was a very busy month for Civil Survival in Auburn, Washington! On the 19th we held our first workshop in Auburn with nearly 50 people attending, including many supporters from the Kitsap County Game Changer group. On August 30, Michelle Jenkins...

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Signs from a Solar Eclipse?

On Monday, August 21st, much of North America enjoyed seeing a solar eclipse. While many of us donned special protective glasses to glimpse the moon obscure the sun, the eclipse was not the only big news of the day… Civil Survival is proud to let you know...

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