We are thrilled to announce the release of a new study: “Creating an Equitable Future for Black Washingtonians”. About a year ago Centerstone formed a coalition which commissioned this report to research the major ways our social, economic, and political systems in Washington State intertwine to create barriers that impede progress within the Black community. The report identifies multiple solutions for improving opportunities for Blacks in our state. These solutions would not only help to improve the well-being of Blacks as individuals and as communities, but they would also serve to strengthen our state’s economic and civic future. Visit http://www.BlacksWA.org to learn more about the research findings, how this report can help our community, and how you can get involved.
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Centerstone has partnered with United Way to become a drop site for United Way’s Free Tax Prep Campaign. Income-qualifying individuals and families are eligible to receive free tax assistance and filing. Read More »
A true “child of the 60s,” 72-year-old Lorraine Campbell is a warm, upbeat, free-spirited woman with a wealth of life experience. She is a three-time cancer survivor. She’s also a published author, and is currently working on a memoir which she hopes to fund through an Artist Trust Fellowship. Yet despite living life to the fullest, Lorraine can barely afford to eat. She lives on only $710 a month in Supplemental Security Income with $100 a month in food stamps. She can afford to spend $1 on each meal. Read More »