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Informe de Incidentes 

Declaración de la Misión del Concejo Asesor de Diversidad de la Ciudad de Wenatchee:
"El Consejo Asesor de Diversidad aboga por el reconocimiento, el respeto, la inclusión y la celebración de las diversas personas del área de Wenatchee".

El Consejo Asesor de Diversidad de la Ciudad de Wenatchee aconseja al Alcalde y al Concejo Municipal sobre actividades y asuntos relacionados con la diversidad. Regularmente encuestamos y celebramos reuniones de comités públicos para comprender el clima de nuestra comunidad.

Si desea compartir su experiencia con el Consejo Asesor de Diversidad, use este formulario anónimo o llame al (509) 888-3604. Comprenda que este no es el proceso para una queja formal, revisaremos sus comentarios y haremos los esfuerzos necesarios para abordar el problema. El objetivo del Alcalde y del Consejo Asesor de Diversidad es garantizar que nuestra comunidad cumpla verdaderamente con la intención de la misión de nuestra organización.

Si desea presentar una queja formal ante las autoridades gubernamentales correspondientes, haga clic en uno de los siguientes sitios web para obtener instrucciones o información de contacto:



Washington State Human Rights Commission

Melbourne Tower #921
1511 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101-1626
www.hum.wa.gov
(800) 233-3247
*Enforces Washington State laws against discrimination of any kind

Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I)
Olympia, WA
www.lni.wa.gov
(800) 547-8367
In Wenatchee: (509) 886-6500
*Enforces Washington State laws governing wages and working conditions

Service Animals

Guide to Service Animals and the Washington State Law Against Discrimination

Federal Law Resources

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Federal Office Building
909 First Avenue, Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98104-1061
www.eeoc.gov/seattle/index.html
(800) 669-4000
*Enforces federal anti-discrimination laws in employment

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Seattle Federal Office Building
909 First Avenue, Room 205
Seattle, WA 98104-1000
(206) 220-5170
(800) 877-0246 (Washington)
(800) 669-9777 (National)
TTY (206) 220-5185
www.hud.gov/complaints/housediscrim.cfm
*Enforces federal anti-discrimination laws with regard to housing discrimination

U.S. Office for Civil Rights
US Department of Education
915 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98174
www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/index.html
*The mission of the Office for Civil Rights is to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence throughout the nation through vigorous enforcement of civil rights.

Other Resources

Washington Law Help
Washington Law Help provides information on legal issues in Washington State. This website covers many topics of civil law, including housing, employment, immigration, family and consumer issues. Washington Law Help is provided as a public service by the Northwest Justice Project in collaboration with other legal aid providers in the Alliance for Equal Justice and Washington courts.
www.washingtonlawhelp.org

Landlord-Tenant Laws
www.rentlaw.com
STATE LAW: www.apps.leg.wa.gov RCW 59.18 - Residential Landlord-Tenant Act

General Informational Resource
Diversity Central – Resources for Cultural Diversity at Work
www.diversitycentral.com

National Trainers
The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond
www.pisab.org
Diversity/anti-racism trainings

Western States Center
www.westernstatescenter.org
Western Institute for Organizing and Leadership Development (WILD)
Research and Action for Change (RACE)
Research, education and action on social justice issues at the community level

Crossroads Ministries
(773) 638-0166
crossroadsantiracism.org
Education, training and organizing to build anti-racist multicultural diversity, and anti-racist team building in organizations

YWCA
www.ywca.com
Training to facilitate community "Dialogue on Race"
Roberta Madden Baton Rouge YWCA (225) 215-1326, (509) 662-3531

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)
PFLAG National Office
1828 L Street, NW
Suite 660
Washington, D.C. 20036

By phone: (202) 467-8180
By fax: (202) 467-8194
General email: info@pflag.org

Website: http://community.pflag.org/Page.aspx?pid=194&srcid=-2

Washington Council of the Blind
1-800-255-1147
Email: info@wcbinfo.org
Website: www.wcbinfo.org

Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center
PO Box 3391
Wenatchee, WA 98807

Phone: (509) 888-0957
Email: wvdrc_info@wvdrc.org
Website: www.wvdrc.org

Local Diversity Trainers

North Central Washington Coalition to Dismantle Racism (NCWCDR)
One-day trainings for schools, businesses, churches, and agencies.
In-depth 2 ½ day and five day team-building trainings for organizations, in collaboration with the Crossroads Institute:

Karen Strom: (509) 548-4319, Diane Groody: (509) 663-8409
Alex Schmidt, Faith Lutheran Church - White antiracism trainer: (509) 548-7012
Jesus Hernandez - Diversity/cultural competence training - Wenatchee School District (509) 663-8161
Marco Azurdia - Diversity/cultural competence training - Wenatchee Valley College (509) 662-1651
Jorge Chacon - Diversity training and consultation: (509) 860-2471
Gil Sparks, Attorney at Law – employment/personnel law: (509) 662-1954