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Celebrating diversity, working to end racism

Celebrating diversity, working to end racism

The Seattle Housing Authority is committed to promoting diversity, advancing race and social justice, and ending racism. As part of a larger community conversation, SHA is sharing an evolving selection of stories and resources compiled by our Race and Social Justice Initiative Committee, newsletter editors, community partners and others. We welcome contributions that deepen understanding, center the voices of Black, Indigenous and People of Color, and help develop anti-racist action among white people. 

Asian American and Pacific Islander community resources 

Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation

APIChaya

Asian Counseling and Referral Services

Stop AAPI Hate 

Asian American and Pacific Islander literature and history 

Asian Americans and Seattle's Civil Rights History

Seattle Public Library: Staff-created list of books for AAPI month 

The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience: Here Us Rise walkthrough 

Together you can redeem the soul of our nation, by John Lewis

Representative John Lewis, the civil rights leader who died on July 17, wrote "Together you can redem the soul of our nation" shortly before his death, to be published upon the day of his funeral.

Learning tools for understanding and helping to end racism 

Seattle Public Library: A Toolkit for Anti-racism Allies

Books for kids and teens about race, racism and police violence, The Seattle Times

How to be an Antiracist, The Seattle Times 

The Four Bodies: A Holistic Toolkit for Coping with Racial Trauma

Animation Series: Something Happened In Our Town

Black arts, literature and history 

158 Resources for Understanding Systemic Racism in America

Black Lives Matter Instructional Library

Seattle Channel: A list of powerful black voices in the community

JuneBaby Encyclopedia 

SHA board resolution relating to Representative John Lewis

Black-led community organizers 

Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County 

King County Equity Now 

WA State Commission on African American Affairs 

Washington Building Leaders of Change

The Village of Hope Seattle

Youth Undoing Institutionalized Racism 

Black-owned businesses 

Black-owned restaurants in Seattle