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Conditions at the NWDC: Reporting of Sexual Abuse and Assault

May 16, 2022

Advancing Human Rights at Home: Annual Report 2020-2021

October 29, 2021

Two views of the Salish Sea: Left, an undeveloped shoreline. Right, March Point near Anacortes, WA. The Shell Puget Sound Refinery daily processes about 145,000 barrels of crude oil shipped from Canadian via the Trans Mountain Pipeline. If completed, the Trans Mountain Expansion would triple the amount of oil processed, transported, and burned, which will also multiply numerous threats including oil spills, toxic fumes and fires. Photos: Jessica Rose

Student Experience: The Great FOIA Relay Race

October 29, 2021

Conditions at the NWDC: COVID-19 and Health Standards

December 16, 2020

Graphic depicting fenced in yard at NWDC, with drawing of virus particles. Photo courtesy La Resistencia, logo created by Wan HD from Noun Project

Members of WA Congressional Delegation Request DHS OIG Investigation of NWDC

December 3, 2020

Lots of Advances, Despite a Challenging 2020: UWCHR Project Updates

December 1, 2020

Detention managert Steve Jones stands at the intake door of the Cowlitz County Youth Center in Longview, January 31, 2020. (Photo credit: Courtney Talak, the Daily News.)

Conditions at the NWDC: Solitary Confinement

November 30, 2020

Photo courtesy La Resistencia, logo by Eucalyp from Noun Project

Collective Justice: “Healing happens in relationship”

October 28, 2020

CJ staff and facilitators celebrate a successful meeting. Teddy McGlynn-Wright says that the role of a facilitator is to model the belief that everyone has worth and value: "Part of what we’re doing is making that political stance a reality through our interpersonal actions."