A Road Map Towards an Equitable and Inclusive Seattle

The recent report A Community-Centered Road Map Towards an Equitable and Inclusive Creative Economy in Seattle presents overarching goals "that address the question of how the City of Seattle can grow, support, and retain creatives while reducing disparities and inequities within the creative economy."

Authored by community engagement and research consultants Vivian Phillips and Aline Moch Islas, as the announcement states, the report focuses on information gathered from focus groups and interviews with 151 creatives in the Seattle area, most of whom are people of color.

The findings from these conversations were then synthesized to offer the following goals and accompanying action plans on how the City can work to better the conditions under which all creatives in Seattle, especially creatives of color, pursue their careers.

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