Despite claims of thousands, here’s how many improper voter registrations Skagit County Elections has found
350 Seattle is building a passionate grassroots movement for climate justice. We believe that climate change is a problem so overwhelming that only people power can begin to solve it. Using tools ranging from policy and advocacy to direct action, we inspire people to fight for the deep and lasting changes necessary to ensure a thriving planet.
End the Prison Industrial Complex is a community group working to stop the construction of the proposed new youth jail in King County, Washington. EPIC operates with staff support from American Friends Service Committee and includes members of Youth Undoing Institutional Racism, the People’s Institute Northwest and the community at-large."
"Our mission is to ensure and promote dignity, safety, and equality for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Washingtonians."
"Disability Rights Washington is a private non-profit organization that protects the rights of people with disabilities statewide. Our mission is to advance the dignity, equality, and self-determination of people with disabilities. We work to pursue justice on matters related to human and legal rights."
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project promotes justice by defending and advancing the rights of immigrants through direct legal services, systemic advocacy, and community education.
OneAmerica advances the fundamental principles of democracy and justice at the local, state and national levels by building power within immigrant communities in collaboration with key allies.
The Coalition on Homelessness is a coordinating force on budget and policy decisions which directly affect the lives and futures of people who are homeless and the kind of community we all live in.
With over 40,000 members, Washington CAN! is the state’s largest grassroots community organization. Together we work to achieve racial, social, gender and economic justice in Washington state and our nation. We believe that we can only achieve our goals when people become involved and take action for justice.
In this virtual tour, participants will learn Detroit’s history of systemic racism through past events and policies. participants will also learn about how to be a part of the solution…
Visit anytime between 10:30 am – 12:30 pm on Saturdays to practice with a volunteer tutor. Learn basic skills: English language (including ESOL), reading, writing, and math. Work towards educational…
You are cordially invited to a unique and inspiring event, the Celebrating Neurodiversity Art Showcase. The event will be held on Monday, December 4th from 6:30PM-8:30PM at Link Lee Mansion…
The Veterans of Color Pathfinders Program at El Centro de la Raza provides outreach, advocacy, and service pathfinding to all veterans with an emphasis on assisting veterans of color and…
Finding Sequins in the Rubble by Eddy F. Alvarez Jr., Ph.D., is a metaphor for how members of the jotería community in Los Angeles find joy, love, and healing in…
STG’s Broadway Inclusion Program provides theatre arts programming to neurodivergent and/or disabled community members and their families and caregivers. Participants tend to be between 8-50 years old, but all ages…
Local Hero Spotlight
Members can nominate a local hero for recognition on their local LoveJustice.com city page!
Anyone and everyone can make an impact, and at LoveJustice we believe that they deserve to be recognized for their good, necessary work!