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OneAmerica Sends Letter to Mayor Durkan and Seattle City Council in Solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement Demands

On June 10, 2020, OneAmerica sent a letter to Mayor Jenny Durkan and Seattle City Councilmembers standing in solidarity with Seattle’s Black and Black immigrant community. Read the full letter below. June 10, 2020 To Mayor Jenny Durkan and Seattle City Councilmembers, OneAmerica writes to affirm our solidarity with Seattle’s Black and Black immigrant community.   Specifically, we call on the …

OneAmerica Stands with Black Lives

Our liberation is tied to one another. When Black communities suffer – we all suffer. In a country built by white supremacy, racism and anti-blackness, we have hit another tipping point in history. We have witnessed the death of one too many Black men and women at the hands of those meant to protect us. We can no longer wait …

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Join us: OneAmerica Power Building Institute 2020 (virtual) / Inscríbase: OneAmerica Instituto 2020 – Impulsando & Creando Poder

Para español haga clic aqui. There are so many challenges facing our communities.  Challenges that will only be solved when WE become more powerful.  OneAmerica’s 2020 Online Power Building Institute can help take you there.  The institute is a series of trainings focused on 4 areas: Team and Power-Building, Political Education, Issue Campaigns, and Electoral Campaigns. Check out the amazing …

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Letter: Philanthropic and Community Based Organizations Join Call to Support Immigrants and Refugees in Washington State

Washington’s philanthropic and community based organizations have come together to request that Governor Inslee take immediate steps to protect and support immigrant and refugee Washingtonians amid the COVID-19 public health crisis. They submitted the following letter to Governor Inslee on May 4, 2020. Dear Governor Inslee: Thank you for your leadership in addressing the novel coronavirus pandemic in Washington State, …

#GiveBIG to OneAmerica

While most of our lives have been dramatically impacted by COVID-19, our experiences and the threats we face are not all the same. COVID-19 has laid bare the structural inequities in our society, and these inequities have only worsened because of this pandemic. Immigrant communities have been hit especially hard. OneAmerica leaders are organizing to pass both state and federal policies …

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Letter: Coalition Demands $100 Million to Support Undocumented Workers in Washington State

Click here for PDF of Letter April 20, 2020 Dear Governor Inslee, Majority Leader Billig, and Speaker Jinkins: We are writing to ask you to take urgently needed action to ensure the health and stability of Washington’s immigrant community. While the coronavirus pandemic has impacted us all, undocumented immigrants are uniquely at risk. Undocumented immigrants and their families are completely …

2020 Census: What you need to know to be counted.

UPDATED 10/16/2020: In the week of 10/12 the Supreme Court ruled in favor for the Trump Administration to end Census outreach early. The Census closed on October 15th. There is so much at stake that we all have to participate in the 2020 Census and make our voices heard. The deadline to complete the Census is October 31st! Click here …