Who We Support

Native American Prisoner Caucus

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Promoting Unity Among All Native and Non-Native Prisoners. Supporting Native Prison Circles with  culture, spiriturality, sobriety and ceremonies. 


 Native American Prisoner Caucus  supports those who are struggling to follow the "Red Road," and to eventually reintegrate back into their communities and  build successful lives.  

 Native American Prisoner Caucus also  supports cultural activities and traditional teachings within the prisons providing Native inmates with a sense of identity, contributing to  successful reentry back into their communities.

 In our Indigenous core system, punishment for a crime is healing for everyone.  

El Calvario Church

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All Relations United is helping our indigenous  brothers and sisters mostly from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua who are suffering  persecution from gangs, drugs, addiction, extortion and extreme poverty in their homelands.


We are assisting El Calvario United Methodist Church in Las Cruces which is providing food, water, shelter and sanctuary.


Our Executive Director recently obtained a freezer and fifty cases of water which All Relations United donated to El Calvario. He also welcomed and did a blessing ceremony for new arrivals.


Our Managing Director volunteers her services daily to assist with processing, travel packages, meals and in whatever capacity may be needed. 

Cruces Creatives

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 All Relations United supports Cruces Creatives which is a non-profit makerspace. 


It is committed to fostering economic development, furthering education, supporting the arts, protecting the environment, strengthening social connections, and advancing science and technology. 


It is located  in Dona Ana County, New Mexico.


Cruces Creatives connects people with the tools, training, and community to make practically anything.


Cruces Creatives provides education along with tools for the public to use. It integrates tools, space and human skills for projects that promote economic development, protect the environment and enhance quality of life.

 

People reentering our communities after incarceration

Inipi Reentry is helping those reentering our communities.

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Our Inipi Reentry Program is helping formerly incarcerated individuals to follow the Red Road when they reenter our communities.


We provide tools for healing on mental, physical and spiritual levels, including our sweat lodges  to physically detox from any drugs that may still be in the body's system. This  along with counselling and reconnecting on a spiritual level is powerful in healing and  not only enabling individuals to successfully integrate on the outside, but to be  examples of success to others and benefits to our communities.




We support Robert Ponce and others establishing a good vision for their lives

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All Relations United's Inipi Reentry Program also assisted Robert Ponce who had been incarcerated for 15 years since the age of 17 to post bond after a relapse landed him back in jail.  A former gang member, he is now set to begin studies at National American University in Rapid City, South Dakota. 


Robert will also be a future speaker at All Relations United's events.


Please see the following letter that he wrote to us.

A letter from Robert Ponce

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"I'm writing to thank All Relations United for giving me this bond so I may have a new start and a fresh opportunity at life. I am currently attending school at NAU (National American University). I am an ex-gang member looking to begin a new life and putting all ties to my former gang  and criminal life behind me. I have kids  who look up to me and need me in their lives. I want to use my experiences  to speak to young kids about the negative consequences of the gang lifestyle and to tell them that it's never too late to change your life.  I want to give back to the community in a positive manner by being an advocate, and to use this bond in a good way to build a better life for my kids and my loved ones."

We helped Tristan Kills the Enemy

Tristan Kills the Enemy says, "Never really asked for help before. But I would like to thank All Relations United for helping me. Being behind bars while trying to fight my case with a public defender who has 100 other cases is hard. Having a little help and belief in me as a person has really helped. I was asked, "What do you plan to do with your freedom?" Well if I can pass it forward and help others...

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