Stand with Immigrant Businesses

Please protect 16 immigrant-owned businesses at risk of displacement by construction of a new police station. The following action has been provided by Coalition for the Fair Treatment of Tukwila Businesses, MLK Working Families Party, One America, Puget Sound Sage.

Action: Stand with Tukwila Immigrant Businesses Monday June 11 at 5:30 p.m. at Tukwila City Hall.

Take action Monday June 11 at 5:30 p.m. to support Tukwila immigrant businesses. The Tukwila City Council wants to erect a police station and displace the 16 immigrant businesses that are thriving on that land.   We will let City Council know we want them to
1) Delay the police station;
2) Support our immigrant businesses and don’t displace them;
3) Don’t raise our taxes;
4) complete smaller projects that are within the budget - such as a fire station.

Monday June 11 at 5:30 p.m. at Tukwila City Hall, at 6200 Southcenter Boulevard, Tukwila, 98188, City Council members will be reviewing the financing of the Public Safety Project including the police station. The City of Tukwila admits that they don’t have the funds to do all the projects, including the police station and courthouse. The City of Tukwila should delay the police station and focus on financially doable projects; and not displace these vital immigrant businesses.


Flip the 8th Canvasses TODAY

There's still time to help with these canvasses TODAY:

Sunday June 10
When: 10:30-2:30
What:  Flip the 8th Canvas Auburn (30th LD)
Where: Jump Start Espresso
29005 Military Rd S
Federal Way, WA 98003
Sponsor: Washington State Democratic Party
Sign up:

When: 1-5
What:  Flip the 8th ISSAQUAH HIGHLANDS
Where: Café Ladro
1200 10th Ave NE
Issaquah, WA 98029
Sponsor: Washington State Democratic Party
Sign up:

Volunteer for Climate Justice

We want you to help us get Initiative 1631: Clean Air, Clean Energy on the ballot this November. This initiative will provide investments in a healthier future for everyone, and a clean energy economy that works for everyone. This initiative was developed with a focus on environmental justice, and is the product of a coalition of organized labor, environmental groups, small business, faith communities, and groups representing communities of color. This is a big deal - even Governor Inslee has endorsed!

You can sign up to help gather signatures at Use the "Find Events" button to find a signature gathering event near you, or use the "Volunteer" button to become a Climate Justice Steward and organize your own signature gathering events.

More about I-1631:
Campaign Website:
From The Stranger: New Carbon Fee Initiative Drafted with More Color and Less White Supremacy:
From South Seattle Emerald: Initiative Seeks Environmental Justice Through Racial Justice:

Resist Trump Tuesday This Week

Tuesday, June 12 11:45am, 915 Second Ave, Seattle

Come to this week’s Resist Trump Tuesday rally to hear speakers and engage in Q&A on how to get your preferred candidate elected this November. Ask a friend or neighbor to join you in learning the best techniques for phone banking, post carding, raising political donations, voter registration, a close look at door-to-door canvassing, and useful tips for how to talk to friends, family, and neighbors to encourage them to vote.

Immediately following our rally, we will meet with Sen. Murray's and Sen. Cantwell’s staff from 12:30-1:30PM. Come hear firsthand what your senators are doing and share your thoughts and concerns.

Join us every Tuesday for Seattle Indivisible’s Resist Trump Tuesday rally followed by our weekly meeting with Senate staff. All are welcome. We need your voice, your passion and your amazing energy.

We are Indivisible, and We Will Persist.

Weekly Meeting this Tuesday

ALL are invited to join us as neighbors and concerned citizens to fight back against unjust political policies based on exclusion, inequality, hate, lies, and fear.

We oppose the Trump/GOP agenda and we support policies that promote inclusion, fairness, truth, and respect for all.

Our goal is to unite ALL Americans regardless of party affiliation behind principles that transcend party politics. And we are committed to holding ALL elected officials accountable for failing to uphold justice for all.

We are Indivisible.

This meeting venue is wheelchair accessible, and can be reached by King County Metro buses 7, 14, 27, and 106, and the First Hill Streetcar.