Each project focuses on a specific topic and tackles challenges in simple innovative ways.
We want to help others, while sharing the foundation of organizing, so people can go out and create their own movements.
Any person can be part of Be:Seattle and our efforts to make Seattle a more equitable city. Are you with us?
...residents are still left with the question of where to access the basics: bathrooms, water, a place to charge electronics and so on. [Be:Seattle] is turning to businesses in Seattle to help provide an answer.
The beauty of The Pledge is that you can do as much as you want to do. If you can only offer a glass of water between the hours of 4 and 6, make that “water happy hour.” Why not? When you are homeless, you have this wall between you and the rest of the community. The Pledge is about taking that wall down.
Be:Seattle, the group organizing a series of "Tenant Rights Bootcamps" this winter, hopes to educate tenants about their legal rights amidst anxiety over the city's tightening housing market.