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A grateful Native American inmate

"I’d like to thank you for the service you and those who work at Humanity for Prisoners often put in. I’m sure you’re overwhelmed with requests at this time, and yet when we as human beings begin to work together, when we take away the labels placed upon us, we must know that in order for the tribe, the human tribe, to carry onward we must learn to work together. I feel you and your group have done many great things and we natives at this facility would like to thank you for the manner o have always assisted us in our plight."

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