The purpose of this site is to examine the issues that have proven problematic to so many residents of the Pacific Northwest including homelessness and housing, access to adequate nutrition, unemployment, underemployment, access to health care and economic inequality. The underlying assumption is that true peace and social justice will only come when all members of the culture are treated with compassion, concern and come to believe and trust that all will be treated equitably.
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Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Thought provoking, informative, nuanced, candid, charged....fascinating panel discussion with Alison Eisinger (Seattle King County Coalition on Homelessness) and Timothy Harris (Real Change)...discussing political advocacy, charity downstream and justice upstream: housing inequality and advocating for the homeless and moderated by Shannon Thomas.