Civil Survival Board Co-Chairs Omari Amili and Chris Poulos recently spoke on a panel hosted by Governor Inslee in Olympia that addressed the many issues and challenges surrounding reentry following […]
Civil Survival Board Co-Chair Omari Amili’s second book, entitled In Search of Role Models, introduces young readers to the importance of finding positive role models in their lives. The book […]
On Friday April 13, 2018, six members of Civil Survival traveled to Washington State University to give a rousing panel discussion about the transformative power of higher education at the […]
Pierce College recently announced the selection of four exceptional former students to honor during this year’s Distinguished Alumni celebration, including Civil Survival board co-chair Omari Amili. The announcement explains that […]
Join the Foley Institute for a panel discussion on how higher education can help people find more productive lives after serving time in prison. Featuring Omari Amili, University of Washington, Tacoma; Christopher Beasley, University of Washington, Tacoma; Gina Castillo Perez, Washington State University; Christopher Poulos, Statewide Reentry Council; Tarra Simmons, Public Defender Association; and Noel Vest, Washington State University.
Several Civil Survival members were among the many people who recently testified before legislators in Olympia in support of the New Hope Act, House Bill 2890. The bill seeks to […]