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On December 15, Civil Survival hosted its third full-day Workshop for 2018 at Highline College in Kent. Over 30 people attended, including three local elected officials. Our Workshops are designed to fulfill our mission to organize people who have been directly...read more
Several Civil Survival members recently traveled to Indianapolis to participate in the National Conference on Higher Education in Prison. The conference is a space where students, teachers, advocates and allies can meet to develop networks and share learning in...read more
Dr. Christopher Beasley Talks to the Tacoma Ledger About His Work at the University of Washington Tacoma
Dr. Christopher Beasley is a co-founder of the Formerly Incarcerated College Graduates Network (FICGN) and a Civil Survival board member. His work as a University of Washington Tacoma (UWT) professor was recently featured in the Tacoma Ledger. The article...read more
Civil Survival Co-Chair Chris Poulos recently spoke to the Epoch Times about his journey from incarceration to law school as well as finding his personal and professional passion to help justice involved individuals remove barriers to reentry. Mr. Poulos...read more
On October 6, Civil Survival hosted a very successful full-day Workshop event in Kitsap County at the new Marvin Williams Recreation Center. Over 40 participants attended along with several elected officials. Workshops are designed to fulfill our mission...read more
Civil Survival Executive Director, Tarra Simmons, was recently honored with the Washington Appleseed Bradley C. Diggs Outstanding Service Award. Washington Appleseed is a volunteer-based law and policy organization that works to disrupt cycles of poverty...read more