Charitable organizations are putting their resources into initiatives designed to reduce racial inequality during the coronavirus crisis and beyond.
In King County, Black and African American people make up 25% of the homeless population, despite being just 7% of the overall population.
COVID-19 left many families across the region wondering when, or if, their next meal would come.
COVID-19 created a series of challenges we will continue to face in 2021 and beyond. Disparities that existed before the pandemic have widened, leaving many...
In light of the effects of COVID-19, the need for affordable homes has been greater than ever.
When disaster strikes, it’s usually the communities that were already vulnerable that get hit hardest.
Many struggle with housing security during emergencies like a serious illness, a death in the family or a temporary job loss.
Within the next five years, 740,000 job openings will be available in Washington state, and one-third of them will be jobs in the STEM field.
The Seattle area is estimated to have more than 50,000 open tech-sector jobs. Sixty percent of our high schools don’t even offer introductory computer science...
Hour of Code is a grassroots movement founded by national nonprofit Code.org to make coding more accessible.