Seattle King County NAACP Responds to Police Killing of Che Taylor Hold Press Conference to Outline Next Steps
For Immediate Release: Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016
Media Contact: Rachael DeCruz, email@example.com, 508-451-9455
Seattle King County NAACP Responds to Police Killing of Che Taylor
Hold Press Conference to Outline Next Steps
Seattle, WA--On Tuesday, February 23rd at 4:00pm, the Seattle King County NAACP will hold a press conference to respond to the police killing of Che Taylor. The Taylor family will join the local NAACP as they announce their next steps and react toSunday's shooting.
When: Tuesday, February 23rd at 4:00pm
Where: Seattle King County NAACP Office, 715 23rd Ave S, Seattle, WA. 98144
Who: Speakers at the press conference include local NAACP officers, the Taylor family, and community members
Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest nonpartisan civil rights organization. Its members throughout the United States and the world are the premier advocates for civil rights in their communities. More information about the Seattle King County NAACP can be found here: www.seattlekingcountynaacp.org
For Immediate Release: Wednesday, February 17th
Contact: Claude Burfect, firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-719-0728
Seattle King County NAACP Demands South Seattle College Address Discrimination on Campus
Press Conference to Reveal Toxic Campus Culture
Seattle, WA--On Friday, February 19th, at 12:00pm, the Seattle King County NAACP will join with the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE), and South Seattle College employees to expose the harassment, discrimination, and bullying taking place on South Seattle College campus. Both the administration and the Human Resources Department have been alerted of our concerns, but have chosen to be complacent about their toxic campus culture.
While this press conference will be tailored to incidents at South Seattle College, the NAACP sees this as just one example of institutional racism playing out in our communities. We see similar trends and acts of discrimination taking place across our city--we're calling for a holistic solution to ensure that all institutions are held accountable to the communities they serve.
What: Press conference
When: Friday, February 19th at 12:00pm
Where: 6000 16th Ave. SW (on the northeast side of the street directly in front of the neon signs at the front entrance)
Who: Local NAACP leaders and employees of South Seattle College. Speakers include: