RACE: Are WE so Different?

The King County Employee-Based EEO/AA Advisory Committee presents “Bravery in Equity: Are you brave enough to have a conversation about equity?”

Beginning in November 2014, this project will bring a selection from the Pacific Science Center’s “RACE: Are WE So Different?” exhibit to King County facilities for one year. Each location will host four educational panels that will be rotated every three months. These panels provide a brief history of equity and social justice facts in King County and surrounding areas.

We hope this exhibit challenges King County employees and patrons to begin a conversation about race, equity and social justice in their workplace, neighborhoods and homes.

Site Locations:

  • Administration Building, 500 4th Ave, Seattle — 4th Ave lobby
  • Bellevue Base, 1790 124th NE, Bellevue — 2nd floor lobby
  • Central/Atlantic Base, 1500 6th Ave S, Seattle — 2nd floor lobby
  • Chinook Building, 401 Fifth Ave, Seattle — main lobby entrance area
  • Elections Office, 919 SW Grady Way, Renton — main lobby
  • Kent Regional Justice Center, 401 4th Ave N, Kent — West entrance lobby
  • King Street Center, 201 S Jackson, Seattle — outside of 8th floor conference room,
  • Learning Center North, 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline — 2900 Annex Building 2nd floor at Shoreline Community College
  • North Base, 2160 N 163rd St, Seattle — North entrance across from lockers
  • Ryerson Base, 1220 4th Ave S, Seattle — main lobby
  • Renton Shop Administrative Support Building, 3005 NE 4th St, Renton — main lobby
  • South Base, 12100 East Marginal Way S, Seattle — main lobby
  • WorkSource Renton, 500 SW 7th St #100, Renton — main lobby

To learn more about Equity and Social Justice in King County, please visit: http://www.kingcounty.gov/exec/equity.aspx

To learn more about the Committee, please visit: http://ohrm.metrokc.gov/EEO/index.htm (Intranet site)

This exhibit was made available with funds provided by the Equity & Social Justice Opportunity Fund



Employee-Based EEO/AA Advisory Committee