The Youth of Color Needs Assessment, a project of the NW Network, is a county-wide, systematic examination of homelessness among youth of color to clarify their experiences, strengths, and needs regarding housing. The project illustrates opportunities and barriers for King County’s ongoing efforts to prevent disproportionate rates of homelessness among youth of color.
Join us for a full-day summit featuring:
- a morning plenary and discussion of practice implications
- youth of color led panel discussion about experiences navigating systems and support in King County
- afternoon presentation and discussion of policy implications of the project
Not Just Common is free and open to people involved in policies, services, or funding affecting homeless youth of color.
Co-sponsored by the Seattle University Wismer Gender and Sexuality Center
Questions? Feel free to connect with Marci at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interpretation and adapted materials
Interpreters are available and happily provided. Please let us know ASAP if you need an interpreter or adapted materials (for example, large print or braille).
Low-to-no scents/fragrance free
Not Just Common will be hosted in an accessible space and we ask that folks come to the series with low-to-no scents to keep everyone welcome and present throughout the day. For more information on being scent free we urge you to check out:
Location and building
Wyckoff Auditorium is inside the Bannan Engineering Building and is located just off 12th/Columbia in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. The summit will be held in Wyckoff Auditorium (2nd floor). The room is accessible via building elevator and stairs. Seating in the room and access to the outside space will be available.
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Nearby bus routes: Metro 2, 3, 4, 9, 12, Broadway Street Car
Disability Parking, available to read on Seattle U Disability Resources site: https://www.seattleu.edu/disabilities-services/information-and-resources/campus-resources/
- Seattle University provides accessible parking in several locations on campus. Please refer to the Public Safetywebsite for more information.
- For assistance, please contact Parking Services by phone at 206-296-5992 or by email at email@example.com. For further information on campus accessibility, see the map above or contact Disabilities Services at (206) 296-5740
For more information, accessibility questions or additional space details contact James at: 206.568.7777 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
EVENT IN A SNAPSHOT
Topic: Not Just Common: Responding to the Unique Experiences of Homeless and Unstably Housed Youth of Color
Date: Thursday, December 14th | 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Location: Seattle University | 901 12th Avenue | Wyckoff Auditorium | Seattle, WA 98122
Wyckoff Auditorium is inside the Bannan Engineering Building and is located just off 12th/Columbia in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. The summit will be in Wyckoff Auditorium. The room is accessible via building elevator and stairs.
Parking: Street parking is available. Click here for Seattle University Visitor Parking Information.
Food: We will provide a robust selection of light snacks.