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Huy Lifts Hands to DOC Secretary Sinclair For His Service

Yesterday Washington State Department of Corrections (DOC) Secretary Steve Sinclair announced his retirement. As we wrote to Governor Jay Inslee in 2019 regarding our collaboration with Secretary Sinclair: “We have…

Huy Urges Prayer For Inmates

Indigenous inmates in Washington State have not seen family in person or been allowed to engage in group sweat-lodge worship since March. Advocates worry even more about them now that…

Indigenous Prisoner Religious Rights Organization Urges Prayer For Inmates

Indigenous inmates in Washington State have not seen family in person or been allowed to engage in group sweat-lodge worship since March. Advocates worry even more about them now that…

Indigenous Partnerships in 2020

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Huy, State Corrections Department Develop Indigenous Medicines Program

The Washington State Penitentiary (WSP), and Huy, an Indigenous non-profit advocacy organization, have collaborated to help incarcerated Indigenous people find spiritually rehabilitation, while providing skills and resources that can be used both…

Washington State Prisons Create Sacred Space for Indigenous Medicines

Our hearts are full. After three years of advocacy, we are grateful that two Washington State prisons have helped create sacred Indigenous space, where our imprisoned relatives are now growing and…

Why Families and Advocates of the Incarcerated Are Scared to Death

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Huy Urges Wash. State House Democrats: Vote On Private Prison Ban Now

On Wednesday, Huy wrote this letter to the House Democratic Caucus: February 12, 2020 VIA EMAIL Re:      SHB 2576 Dear Members of the House Democratic Caucus: We support SHB 2576, which…

Huy Supports Washington Legislation To Ban Private Prisons

Huy has joined the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington, Latino Civic Alliance, Washington State Labor Council, and Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in support for two Washington State bills that…

Huy Helps Create New State Juvenile Rehabilitation, Religious Rights Policy

Effective October 4, 2019, the Washington State Department of Children, Youth & Families adopted its new Juvenile Rehabilitation (JR) Policy 4.11, “Accessing Religious & Spiritual Activities,” after consulting and collaborating with Washington…

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