Advancing economic opportunity in South King County
Public policies and institutional practices have long influenced the health and well-being of our communities. Housing policies, public investments in education, and employment practices affect where we live and what jobs we have. But continued institutional racism and unequal access to education and employment opportunities have led to racial and regional inequities in household income.
In partnership with Communities of Opportunity, South King County residents are identifying and addressing income disparities by harnessing their collective power to create positive change and economic growth in their communities.