Multiply Your Contribution to Racial Equity!
Most employers, large and small, corporate and government, recognize giving as an important employee benefit. These employers understand and support their employees’ time, money and skills to help nonprofits achieve their missions.
Open Discussion - The State of Racial Equity in Seattle Public Schools
Join us on Monday September 18, 2023, 5 PM Pacific Time, to learn what programs are in place in several Seattle Public Schools to address racial equity.
Connections 201 Walks Through Indigenous History at the University of Washington
After learning practical skills for engaging with people of different backgrounds at their home schools, Roosevelt and Garfield High School students came together for an Indigenous Walking Tour.
The Seattle Times Looks Back At Seattle’s Efforts to Desegregate
The Seattle Times ran an extensive two-part story detailing the Seattle School District’s efforts to desegregate what was in 1960, and has again become, a highly segregated school district.
Beyond the Screen: RARE’s Film Outreach Making a Difference
RARE’s film outreach efforts are going strong! This spring, we made great progress in our film outreach efforts. Since the film was produced, it has been screened with positive reviews at many schools and several religious organizations
After a 50 Year Fight, the Supreme Court Has Ended Affirmative Action In College Admissions
“The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race.” — Chief Justice John Roberts, in Parents v Seattle (2007), on whether or not race should be a factor in school admissions.