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Northwest African American MuseumCentral Area"NAAM’s mission is to spread knowledge, understanding, and enjoyment of the histories, arts and cultures of people of African descent for the enrichment of all..."http://www.naamnw.org/ED: LaNesha DeBardelaben <lndebar@naamnw.org>Merlin has relationships with folks at the museum; Museum has sponsored a Jimi Hendrix Ride and connected me with groups wanting Red Line tours.
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Friends of Jimi Hendrix ParkCentral Area"Fundraise to support the development of Jimi Hendrix Park
Coordinate the design process
Organize innovative and inspiring programming
Ensure community goals are met
Support long-term maintenance of Jimi Hendrix Park"
https://www.jimihendrixparkfoundation.org/index.phpMaisha Barnetthave helped publicize each other's events
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Powell Barnett ParkCentral Area(206) 684-4075
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Central Area CollaborativeCentral Areacreate and sustain a framework for commercial vitality, leadership development and cultural legacy preservation that inspires and attracts investments in high-quality strategies and tools, resulting in wealth creation for historical, present, and future residents, reflective of the brilliance of a culturally diverse and respectful community. (more recently, becoming an EcoDistrict as well)CACSeattle.orgDennis Comer 140 23rd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98144
206-799-1942
CentralAreaCollaborative206@gmail.com
Brie has met with Dennis, discussed Bailey Gatzert safe routes to school and challenges on 23rd Ave, especially at Main
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Byrd Barr PlaceCentral Areahuman services, racial equity, community-building, food bankThey have space to host public meetings upstairshttps://byrdbarrplace.org/Leon Garnett <leon@byrdbarr.place>
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Casa Latinahttps://casa-latina.org/Marcos Martinez <marcos@casa-latina.org>
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AfricaTownhttps://africatownseattle.com/Wyking Garett <wyking@gmail.com>Merlin has introduced herself to Wyking in context of Redline tours
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Africatown Land Trusthttp://www.africatownlandtrust.org/TraeAnna Holiday <admin@africatownlandtrust.org>
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First AME Churchhttps://www.fameseattle.org/Sister Pauline (I don't know last name) <pauline@fameseattle.org>Merlin has several friends who attend
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Mt Zion Churchhttps://mountzion.net/info@mountzionseattle.orgMerlin has several friends who attend
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Entre Hermanoshttps://entrehermanos.org/Omar Aguirre <omar@entrehermanos.org>
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Historic Central Area Arts & Cultural District"The Arts District is organized around three foundational pillars:
Preserving an African and African-American legacy in the Central Area
Sustaining and strengthening the physical identity and sense of place for cultural relevancy
Establishing continued support of artistic creation, economic vibrancy, livability, affordability, desirability, and artistic vitality"
https://www.seattle.gov/arts/programs/cultural-space/arts-and-cultural-districts#centralareaMatthew Richter <matthew.richter@seattle.gov>Merlin has attended a meeting and tried to get on mailing list...
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Washington Hall"Washington Hall is a historic, non-profit, community building that is available for events, performances, meetings, classes and rehearsals."http://www.washingtonhall.org/
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Yesler Community CenterYesler Terracehttps://www.seattle.gov/parks/find/centers/yesler-community-centerGary Alexander <gary.alexander@seattle.gov>
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Garfield Community CenterCentral Districthttps://www.seattle.gov/parks/find/centers/garfield-community-centerTianna Scott <tianna.scott@seattle.gov>
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Seattle Central College
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Garfield High Schoolhttps://garfieldhs.seattleschools.org/Principal: Ted Howard II <trhoward@seattleschools.org>
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Washington Middle School
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GirlTrekcitywide/national"Our Mission:
Pioneer a health movement for African-American women and girls grounded in civil rights history and principles through walking campaigns, community leadership, and health advocacy."
http://www.girltrek.org/
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InterIm/SCIDPACIDAndrew Tran <atran@interimicda.org>, Tom Im <tim@interimicda.org>CSG and SNG have worked with InterIm on various projects; SCIDpda is interested and engaged with our Gatzert work
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Brake the CycleCapitol HillRides every Wednesday for POC from Cal Anderson Park (hiatus in winter)Operates primarily via a GroupMe chat. Also on FB: https://www.facebook.com/Brakethecyclesea/?ref=br_rsClara in GroupMe chat.Not super responsive to non-ride-related things, often.
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Central Area Anti-Displacement ProjectCentral DistrictRuby Holland: keepyourhabitat@gmail.com, Leah Martin leah@allied8.comhttps://crosscut.com/2019/01/where-are-black-people-central-district-residents-get-creative-fight-displacement
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Seattle Indian Center1265 South Mainhttp://seattleindian.org/about-the-sic/great group, overwhelming work load
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Japanese Cultural and Community Center1414 S Weller St, Seattle, WA 98144gathering place and destination for sharing and promoting Japanese and Japanese American culture and heritagehttps://www.jcccw.org/has hosted racial equiy events
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Nisei Veteran's Hall/ Internment Memorial Wall 1212 S King St, Seattle, WA 98144Never Again is Nowhttp://nvcfmemorialwall.org/
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Odessa Brown Clinic?
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Carolyn Downs Family Medical CenterCentral DistrictProvides healthcare to the community
https://countrydoctor.org/carolyn-downs-fmc/
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James and Janie Washington FoundationCentral District 1816 26th Ave.The mission of the James and Janie Washington Jr Foundation is to promote and preserve the art and legacy of James and Janie Washington Jr. to inspire creativity and build community.Hosts monthly Sit and Sip events with local artistshttps://jameswashingtonculturalcenter.org/home/Merlin is friends witih Board president Rev. Dr. LaVerne Hall
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Central Area Chamber of Commerce22nd and MadisonOrganizes Juneteenth celebration and other community events
http://centralareachamberofcommerce.com/
Lawrence Pitre, president pres.lp.cacc@gmail.comMerlin has discussed Redline Rides with Lawrence
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Wa Na Wari House911 24th Ave.Wa Na Wari creates space for ​Black ownership, possibility, and belonging​through art, historic preservation, and connection. Gallery space, evening cultural eventshttps://www.wanawari.org/Organized by Inye Wokoma, Elishiba Johnson, Jill Friedberg, Rachel KesslerMerlin has attended several events.
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Meredith Mathews East Madison YMCA 1700 23rd Ave.Historically Black YMCA offering wide range of recreational opportunities Rents space to community events
https://www.seattleymca.org/locations/meredith-mathews-east-madison-ymca
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Cortona Cafe25th and UnionCafe and gallery spacehosted CSG, sponsors 25th Ave. parklethttp://cortonacafe.com/#homeowner Isolynn (Ise) Dean isolynndean@gmail.com
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Tougo Coffee18th and Union, Broadway and YeslerBlack-owned cafeowner Brian Wellshas donated coffee for Bike Everywhere Day events
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