In a letter delivered to Washington state’s Congressional delegation today, we alleged that federal law enforcement provided disinformation to local officials during summer protests to obscure a federal role in stoking unrest.
We demand that interim Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz immediately fire any SPD officers who took part in last week’s insurrection at the Capitol Building in Washington D.C.
The Washington Black Lives Matter Alliance today released the Road Map to Liberation, its agenda of priorities for the Washington State Legislature’s upcoming session.
We sent a letter to Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan calling for the appointment of a special counsel to investigate the city’s police department and the Office of Police Accountability.
Our statement on U.S. District Judge Richard Jones finding Seattle Police Department in contempt of court for four uses of pepper spray and blast balls in recent months.
Now more than ever we need to support our local businesses, and we can start this holiday season by spending within our community. Here is a list of Black-owned businesses in Seattle that you can support.
Learn about our 2020 candidate rankings. Vote for candidates who will fight for Black Lives, and let candidates who didn’t respond know that your vote is for Black Lives, and you’re listening.
With you, we are creating seismic change for the whole of Black Life at the City, County, and State levels. Learn more about our recent activities.
We honor LGBTQIA2+ History Month, because the core of the Black Lives Matter movement and the very foundation of our chapter is seeded in the protection of LGBTQIA2+ people.