Know Your Rights

Have you ever asked yourself, "What are my rights?" We have answers. What do I do if I'm stopped by the police? What if ICE comes to my house? What are my rights as a student in school? Where can I protest? Learn about your rights before you need them. Download our free guides and resources.
Parents' Guide to Public School Discipline in Washington

School Discipline Guide

This pamphlet provides nuts-and-bolts advice for parents whose children are facing disciplinary proceedings at a public school. It is designed for those who intend to advocate for their children in meetings with administrators, hearing officers, and school boards.

How to Get Government Records

Access to government records is an important right of citizenship. You have the right to inspect and copy a wide variety of government records. This applies to many types of documents, as well as any files maintained on you, unless they are specifically exempted from disclosure by law.
The Rights of Transgender People in Washington State

The Rights of Transgender People in Washington State

This brochure is designed to help transgender persons understand their legal rights in Washington State. It answers many common questions about practical legal issues encountered by transgender individuals.

Requesting Public Records from Governmental Agencies

There are two primary ways to request public records from state or federal governmental agencies. This guide will review what you can request in both a FOIA and PRA request, how to make each type of request, and provides a general template for creating a successful request.