Who We Are

Honoring humanity creates an equitable and just society.

Washington, with beautiful landscapes from the beaches of Neah Bay to the rolling fields of Asotin and every place in between, is home to a beautiful tapestry of people seeking to make a life for themselves and a better future for their children, grandchildren, and generations to come.  Yet, veterans still do not have the same opportunities to thrive as their nonmarginalized counterparts across nearly every measure including education, wealth, employment, health, and more. Inequities continue to be deep, pervasive, and persistent, and they come at a great economic and social cost. The Washington State Office of Equity partners with numerous internal and external stakeholders to receive anti-racist, decolonized, disaggregated data in order to produce relevant information that result in veterans having full access to the opportunities, power, and resources they need to flourish and achieve their full potential.

Question the answers, I repeated every class. Reevaluate your conclusions when the evidence changes. Craig M. Mullaney