We got Washington counted.
Now we’re making sure everyone counts.
We launched an unprecedented relational organizing campaign to ensure historically undercounted communities were counted in the 2020 Census. Now, our statewide coalition is working to make Washington State a true, representative multiracial democracy where everyone counts.
Strong statewide coalition
By joining together, we harness the power of each of our communities to fight for all of our communities.
We support our community organizations and trusted messengers, so they can take the lead in creating change for their community.
We’re building a hub for research, tools, and resources for our organizations to grow their work and get their new projects off the ground.
Policy advocacy and systems change
We fight for lasting policy change in our political and economic system that prioritizes working class communities of color.
Political power and representation
We support leaders of color and organize to close the representation gap at every level of government in Washington State.
April 26, 2022
WCA NEWSLETTER — Sure, April showers bring May flowers but it brings lots of events, too! Watch Washington for Black Lives’ town hall, learn about I-1929, union news in Washington, and 2022 May Day events.
In the US, May Day was officially made a national holiday after the 1886 Haymarket Massacre in Chicago, where police violently attacked labor protesters who were on strike to secure a maximum-8-hour work day…
May 26, 2022
WCA NEWSLETTER — Given the high community spread in most of Washington, we advise you take reasonable precautions like avoiding crowded places when possible, and wearing masks (N95s if you can!) in indoor areas with people and/or in places of poor air ventilation…
“Long COVID” is a term used to describe the experience of COVID-19 after-effects where often severe symptoms last months or years. It’s estimated to affect one in three people who contract COVID…
Feb. 11, 2022
WCA NEWSLETTER — 1) Our political ecosystem lacks a diversity of voices behind the scenes. 2) Legislators want to win reelection 3) The voters legislators prioritize tend to be the same old “high propensity” voters…The Legislature lacks any sort of rigorous polling, message testing, or feedback loops with constituents. Even worse, polling tends to be riddled with statistical errors and outdated practices. Legislators are nonetheless briefed on these unreliable polling results…
Over 90 organizations and tribes, led by and working in communities of color, came together from across Washington State to form Washington Community Alliance.
African Community Housing and Development
Amigos de Seattle
APIC – South Puget Sound
APIC – Spokane
APIC – Yakima
Asia Pacific Cultural Center
Community to Community
Congolese Integration Network
Eastside for All
El Centro de La Raza
Equal Rights Washington
Eritrean Association in Greater Seattle
Ethiopian Community in Seattle
Friends of the Black Lens / Carl Maxey Center
Federal Way Black Collective
Gambian Talents Promotion
Hazel Pete Institute of Chehalis Basketry
Health and Justice Recovery Alliance / Peer Navigator Training Program
Hispanic Business Professional Association
Hispanic Disability Support SWWA
I Did the Time
Iraqi Community Center of WA
Khmer Anti-deportation Advocacy Group (KhAAG)
Korean Community Service Center
La Casa Hogar
Latino Community Fund
Latinos Educational Training Institute
Latinos En Spokane
Latinx Unidos of South Sound
Living Well Kent Collaborative
More Equitable Democracy
Muslim Community and Neighborhood Association
Na’ah Illahee Fund
Native Action Network
Northwest Kenyan Community Association
Our Place – Nuestra Casa
Pacific Northwest Ugandan American Association
Para los Niños
People Empowerment and Renewal Services
People of Color Community Coalition
Political Destiny / Tacoma Ministerial Alliance
Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe
Raiz of Planned Parenthood
Rescue Mission and Prayer Network International / WSCACL
Somali Family Safety Task Force
South King Youth Engagement Coalition
Spokane Ministerial Alliance
Southwest Washington Communities United for Change
Tacoma Urban League
The Noble Foundation
Tri-Cities LULAC Council
Unidos of Snohomish County
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle
WA Sin Fronteras
WA Transitional Housing
Washington State Coalition of African Community Leaders
Working Families Party