I Am an Educator–The website of Jesse Hagopian, dedicated to defending the humanity of the educator and a vision of education that contributes to creating a socially just society.
MLK Celebration Seattle Celebration–The Martin Luther King Celebration Committee is composed of dozens of grassroots, labor, business, minority, and progressive community organizations and volunteers from throughout the Puget Sound region. Annually, these groups come together and organize our community’s largest tribute to the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Race and Social Justice Initiative–A citywide effort to end institutionalized racism and race-based disparities in Seattle government.
Seattle Globalist–The Seattle Globalist is a daily online publication dedicated to elevating diverse voices through media.
Seattle Human Services Coalition–A coalition of organizations that advocates together on issues affecting the residents of Seattle and King County and their abilities to meet their basic human needs; collaborates to shape public policies that promote racial equity and social justice, and also allow our residents to have food when in hunger, access to affordable housing and shelter, safety and affordable healthcare; encourages investment in people in order to secure resources that allow our residents to survive, advance, and build healthy communities; and educates policy-makers and the community, sharing information on current issues related to meeting basic human needs and revealing the face of people described by to statistics.
Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness–A coalition working collaboratively to ensure safety and survival for people while they are homeless, and to end the crisis of homelessness in our region.
Seattle Young People’s Project–a youth-led, adult supported social justice organization that empowers youth to express themselves and to take action on the issues that affect their lives.
Social Equality Educators–A rank-and-file organization within the Seattle Education Association (SEA) that is dedicated to strengthening progressive values inside SEA, promoting quality and culturally relevant pedagogy to provide the best possible education for Seattle’s students, and building a strong SEA that can fight for the rights of our membership.
Solid Ground–An organization working to end poverty and undo racism and other oppressions that are root causes of poverty.
The Washington Bus–An organization that engages tomorrow’s leaders on their own terms, and empowers them through education, civic and cultural engagement, and hands-on democracy.
Youth Undoing Institutional Racism (YUIR)— A multi-racial, youth focused, intergenerational community organizing group committed to promoting meaningful and sustained youth engagement in civic society.