The Washington State Coalition of African Community Leaders
Our committees bring WSCACL objectives to life by proactively working to fulfill our goals. Each committee has its own leadership that includes one or more co-chairs to ensure their work stays in line with our mission. Each committee is focused on one of the six most important aspects of a thriving community.
Census 2020 – Washington State counts
Census 2020/COVID-19 – Our communities count
Independence Celebrations (AZISWA) – Seattle
Background The Washington State Coalition of African Community Leaders provides a platform for African community organizations and businesses to share resources and information to enable collaboration and to be the voice on all common issues affecting us. There was a need recognized to gather data and compile information around the areas of economic empowerment issues […]
Beginning in mid-March, households received their invitation letter to complete the 2020 Census in three different ways- online (my2020census.gov), by phone (1-844-330-2020), and by mail in multiple languages Hilltop Journal April Edition (250-700 words limit- Currently 699) Martha Lucas, Census Project Manager, Washington State Coalition of African Community Leaders It’s here…Beginning in mid-March, households received […]
The theme for the 3rd Annual Washington State Coalition of African Community Leaders was “TAKING ACTION THROUGH LEADERSHIP FOR A BETTER FUTURE.” About 100 African community leaders from all around Washington State attended the summit which took place at Seattle City Hall on 4th Avenue. The summit had the following guess speakers: Mike O’Brien (former […]