How to stop hate and value diversity
Graffiti in Seattle and King CountySeattle: Graffiti Prevention & Removal For removal of signs or graffiti inside the city limits of other cities, contact the local city public works office or street maintenance department.
IN THE COMMUNITY
(all of the following are external links)
Anti-Defamation League, 206-448-5349
One America With Justice for All, 206-723-2203, Grassroots non-profit organization established to coordinate and support critical efforts to make Washington State a hate-free zone.
National Center for Transgender Equality "52 Things You Can Do for Transgender Equality,"
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, "Q&A About Employer Responsibilities Concerning the Employment of Muslims, Arabs, South Asians, and Sikhs," "Q&A About the Workplace Rights of Muslims, Arabs, South Asians, and Sikhs under the Equal Employment Opportunity Laws" "Employment Discrimination Based on Religion, Ethnicity, or Country of Origin"
FOR PARENTS, TEACHERS and STUDENTSAnti-Defamation League, 206-448-5349 Empowering Children in the Aftermath of Hate: A Guide for Educators and Parents"
LGBTQ Friendly Colleges & Student Resources "Creating a Welcoming Campus and Community"
LGBTQ+ Student Resources "How to Find and Foster a Welcoming Campus and Community"
LGBTQ Student Resources & Support "Creating More Welcoming Environments for LGBTQ Teens and College Students"
Stop the Hate, Stop the Hate provides trainings and resources on how to prevent/respond to hate crimes and bias incidents at colleges and universities across the United States.
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To report harassment or discrimination, call:
King County Office of Civil Rights
206-263-2446 (TTY Relay: 711)
Seattle Office for Civil Rights
206-684-4500 (684-4503 TTY)
Tacoma Human Rights
253-591-5151 (253-591-5153 TTY)
Washington State Human Rights Commission
1-800-605-7323 (1-800-300-7525 TTY)
U.S. Department of Justice
Community Relations Service
Region X office