Seattle is a Bright Spot

by Diane Douglas, Executive Director I just returned from the National Conference on Citizenship in Washington D.C. where I had the honor of speaking on a panel with political scientist, Robert Putnam, author of Bowling Alone, an iconic 2001 study of American civic engagement. Citing evidence from his newest research,…...

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Guest Blog: 3 Ways You Can Turn #MeToo Into Lasting Change for Survivors

Reposted from King County Sexual Assault Resource Center, written by Mary Ellen Stone, Executive Director Ten years ago, #MeToo was developed by Tarana Burke to empower young women of color who had been sexually assaulted. Relatively few people had heard of the #MeToo movement until two weeks ago when the…...

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