Seattle: What are your stories on environmental justice?

A sign at Duwamish Waterway Park warns in nine languages against eating most fish caught in the river. (Photo by Alex Stonehill)
A sign at Duwamish Waterway Park warns in nine languages against eating most fish caught in the river. (Photo by Alex Stonehill)

We want to know: how has the environment affected communities of color and immigrant communities here in Seattle?

Has the lack of trees and unpaved spaces affected the well-being of your neighborhood — or the health of your family?

Do you know people who are transforming Seattle’s communities, waterways or environment for the better?

We’re working on a project seeking out underreported Seattle stories related to environmental justice. Please fill out the following form, record a video and tag us on Instagram or Twitter, or send us an email at editor@seattleglobalist.com to nominate stories from your neighborhoods and the people you know. We’ll publish the stories later this year. This project is funded by the City of Seattle Equity and Environment Initiative.

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