July 26, 2017

From the Archives: What is Transformative Justice and Community Accountability (TJ/CA)?

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Category: Equity, Gender-Based Violence

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  **This post originally appeared in a Coalition 2014 eNewsletter, and was updated by the author July, 2017.**   Kiyomi Fujikawa is a Seattle-based, trans-feminine, mixed-race organizer who has been involved in the anti-violence movement since 2001. She worked as the Queer Network Program Coordinator at API Chaya until 2016.  Community Accountability and Transformative Justice are […]

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You, Too, Can Be a Member

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Category: Newsletter

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Did you know? You don’t have to be a part of an organization to become a member of the Coalition. You can be a member all by yourself! In between jobs? Work for yourself? Now’s the perfect time to join the Coalition as an individual member. What does membership include, you ask? For starters, access […]

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The Trans Resource Guide is Here!

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Category: Newsletter

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The 2017 King County Trans Resource and Referral Guide is an updated, comprehensive community tool for trans and gender nonconforming individuals, their families and local health and human service providers. We want YOU to know about the guide, check it out, and spread the word! The Guide highlights trans-friendly services and resources with over sixteen […]

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The Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services Levy is going to the ballot!

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Category: Newsletter

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This November, King County voters will vote on the Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services Levy.  This levy is a renewal and expansion of original Veterans and Human Services Levy, which will sunset on December 31, 2017. King County Council politics coupled with strong advocacy from the veterans, seniors, and human service communities made for an […]

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What’s on Our Minds?

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Category: Newsletter

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We want you to stay connected! We know not everyone who supports the Coalition works every day in this field, and we want you to be in the know. With that in mind, here are just a few of the things that Coalition folks have been thinking about the last little while. First, we were […]

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