Temple Beth Am is a Reform Congregation in the Northend of Seattle, WA
The Eastside Torah Center – Chabad of Bellevue (ETC) is your source for everything Jewish on the Eastside.
The ETC is a small and diverse community composed of Jews of all religious and cultural backgrounds located right in suburban Bellevue. We are open 365 days of the year, ready to facilitate your educational, social, and spiritual needs. Browse the website to learn more about the broad spectrum of programs and services we offer our. Welcome to the ETC!
Our Seattle synagogue is an inclusive, progressive, independent Jewish community deeply rooted in the enduring evolving wisdom of our ancient texts and traditions, yet unafraid to borrow and build from other sources in the service of offering a transformative personal spiritual encounter to all who come under our roof. We aren’t your old-school shul!
Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC)
MESO is a non-profit in Portland, OR that provides support/training to small businesses & improve the economic opportunities of underserved individuals through empowerment, education, & entrepreneurship for the benefit of families in the greater community.
Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), For All
206 Zulu is a Seattle-based community organization, established in 2004, that uses Hip Hop culture and the arts as platforms for community service, education and empowerment. Over the years, 206 Zulu’s diverse membership expanded throughout the Pacific Northwest and a wide array of programs flourished to include free and all-ages events, concerts, festivals, parades, dance competitions, workshops, classes, conferences, multimedia programs, and more.
Afro-Latinidad, Immigrant/Refugee, Mexican American, Hispanic, Indigenous, Latinx, Multicultural, Mexican, Spanish
Immigrants are part of our national fabric, bringing energy, skills, values, and vision that benefit all Americans. The Alliance works toward building a community that supports fairness, equity, and justice for immigrants and advances a prosperous future for all. We envision a society where human rights are guaranteed, all people have the right to migrate, full civic participation is supported, and everyone, including the most vulnerable, can flourish.
Afro-Latinidad, African American, Asian & Pacific Islander (API), Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Hispanic, Indigenous, Latinx, Native American, For All, Multicultural, German, Italian
The festival began in 2006 after Cyrus Khambatta, Executive Artistic Director for Khambatta Dance attended an Artistic Director Leadership training program with a grant from The Paul G. Allen Foundation and began to realize a long, stirring desire to connect audiences with dance through the festival environment. After a decade in which his own Khambatta Dance was invited to numerous international festivals, each with its own particular take on dance, he found the excitement and fervor with which audiences digested dance works to be a stimulating environment in which to create.
Indigenous, Filipino American, Filipino
Bainbridge Island, WA
The genesis of the Indipino Community of Bainbridge Island began when thirty-six Indigenous women from nineteen different tribes in Canada, Washington State and Alaska migrated to Bainbridge Island, Washington to pick berries for Japanese American farmers in late 1930s and early 1940s. There they met and married young Filipino immigrant bachelors and settled on the Puget Sound Island located in the traditional territory of the Suquamish people.
Mexican American, Hispanic, Latinx, For All, Multicultural, Mexican
The Portland Latin American Film Festival (PDXLAFF) serves the community as a non-profit cultural promoter under the guidance of the Hollywood Theatre. We are dedicated to showcasing perspectives of Latin American culture through an exploration of Latin film and increasing the visibility of Latin American cinema locally. PDXLAFF presents films with universal appeal that can be enjoyed by native Spanish, Portuguese, and English speakers, and other lovers of the Latin culture. To receive email notifications about upcoming screenings. We screen at the Hollywood Theater.
Afro-Latinidad, Asian & Pacific Islander (API), Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Indigenous, Latinx, Native American, For All, Multicultural
A state where Oregonians are able to access and engage in arts, culture, history, heritage, and humanities in their community without barriers; where students have equitable access to quality arts education throughout their academic careers; and arts and culture organizations are able to provide innovative, world-class programming that allows for the export of ideas, innovation, and creative work while contributing to Oregon’s economy and quality of life.
People with Disabilities, Gender Non-Conforming, LGBTQ, Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Queer, Trans, Two Spirit, Indigenous, Latinx, For All, Multicultural
Destiny City Film Festival’s mission is to use the power of vibrant cinematic storytelling to curate an engaged community audience for independent film. Part of that mission is providing a safe space for stories that have not historically received equal representation. We strive to be inclusive, welcoming, accessible and encouraging of all BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and Disability communities and all marginalized voices as we continue to evolve and learn.
For All, Multicultural
We believe we write our future with the stories we narrate, and we are committed to co-creating a more inclusive, connected, and just world. We envision a local community that honors, seeks out, and is shaped by the many histories, identities, and stories that reflect the people we are in this place.
Hispanic, Indigenous, Latinx, For All, Nicaraguan
We are a community library and online bookstore with books focused on social justice, ethnic studies, and liberation movements. We invite everyone to use our library space as a community center; come cozy up with a book, learn about social justice, and connect with likeminded people. The space and books at our library are free to everyone and anyone.
African, African American, Black, Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), For All
Delbert Richardson is the Founder and Curator of the American History Traveling Museum: The Unspoken Truths. The Museum chronicles the rich history of Africans in Africa prior to American Chattel Slavery, the experiences and impact of American Chattel Slavery and of the Jim Crow Era, while also detailing the many contributions African Americans have had on scientific, cultural, and technological inventions/innovations in the U.S., and the world.
The Museum’s mission is to re-educate learners of all ages, in a manner that leads to self- restoration and community healing, with the eventual goal of implementing its teachings into school curricula, institutions, and organizations committed to cultural competence and social justice.
The Swedish School Association in Seattle offers education in Swedish for Swedish speaking students from preschool through high school.
Federally Recognized Tribes of Washington, Indigenous, Native American, Skokomish
We are committed to providing educational programs, information advocacy and referral, including referral to different forms of financial assistance. We will also provide positive emotional encouragement and support that promotes personal growth, enrichment , empowerment, self-esteem, and pride in our cultural heritage, economic independence and self-sufficiency. We will work in the community to provide educational avenues and to create a more positive environment for life-long learning.
LGBTQ, Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC)
Group Health Foundation is now Inatai Foundation. New name, same mission for equity and justice.
African, African American, Immigrant/Refugee, Black, Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC)
Wakulima USA is a farming and food business cooperative that advances small business development and food sovereignty for low income immigrants and people of color in the Puget Sound region. Wakulima means “Farmers” in Kiswahili the most widely spoken language in Africa
Asian, South Asian
We are a non-partisan, grassroots, secular group of individuals who seek to ensure that the voices of the South Asian American community are represented at local, county, and state levels in Washington State.
The Idaho Latino Scholarship Foundation (ILSF), was founded in 2008 to ease the financial burden Idaho Latino students face when striving towards a higher education. Working alongside our generous community members, corporate sponsors, and volunteers, we provide deserving students an opportunity to radically change their lives.