February 27, 2020If you want to be a judge, there is still time to sign up for the judicial institute events in Yakima and Spokane next month.
February 7, 2020We are excited to announce the hiring for a Community Coordinator to help launch a new initiative as part of the MacArthur Foundation Safety and Justice Challenge for the Spokane regional justice system. The Safety & Justice Challenge is supporting Spokane area governments to safely reduce the jail population, increase community engagement, and reduce racial and ethnic disparities across the criminal justice system.
October 17, 2019The latest Trump administration attack on civil rights protections could allow landlords, lenders and insurance companies to discriminate without consequences. Tell @HUDgov we won’t allow this by making a comment here. #DefendCivilRights #FairHousingForAll
September 9, 2019Trans Advocacy in Rural Places (TARP) in partnership with Gonzaga University's Center for Civil and Human Rights will host monthly transgender ID assistance clinics at Gonzaga Law School. Open to the public-no need to be a student to attend!
May 31, 2019The City of Spokane is currently in the process of updating its 2014 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing (AI). Please take a few minutes to provide input on your experiences with any discrimination in accessing and maintaining housing in the City of Spokane.
May 7, 2019http://www.thegsba.org/about-us/blog/gsba-blog/2019/05/06/member-spotlight-disability-rights-washington
DRW and Allies Speak Out Against Violent Incident Involving Spokane Public Schools School Resource OfficerFebruary 13, 2019Update: Officer Audie has resigned from his position. Links to news coverage are at the bottom of the page. Disability
September 5, 2018This report out of Australia documents the effects of systemic discrimination on the health and well being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people with disability.
June 29, 2018The Department of Education chose to delay a regulation intended to help prevent racial disproportionality in special education, which was widely supported by students, parents, school administrators, and the civil rights community. Read more.
January 21, 2018Rooted in Rights hosted the "Digital Storytelling: How Disabled Womxn Advocates Amplify their Activism" panel discussion on Sunday, January 21, 2018 during the Womxn Act on Seattle.
December 11, 2017We will be attending the Crosscut Festival at Seattle University from February 2-3, 2018. Please stop by our table and say hi!