Protesters have recently gathered again outside the T. Don Hutto Detention Center, calling for a detainee to be released from solitary confinement. What isn't seen is the army of volunteers with Grassroots Leadership who visit the women, and provide them a lifeline to the outside world.
For the nearly 500 women sitting in the Hutto Detention Center, Grassroots Leadership makes sure they can see at least one friendly face as part of their Amigas program.
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