I-1000, an Initiative to the Legislature to repeal I-200, submitted 350K signatures on Friday, January 4th, 2019. Governor Jay Inslee immediately issued a statement and placed passing I-1000 by the Legislature on high priority in the upcoming session. The upcoming fight against I-1000 and for I-200 will be a tough one. We need all the help we can get. If you are willing to participate in the fight, please sign up using the form below and we’ll contact you with details. Thanks!
Members of American Coalition for Equality (ACE) have filed a lawsuit challenging the certification of I-1000. If you’d like to help out the lawsuit financially, you can visit their site and make a donation.
I-1000 lawsuit update: PRESS RELEASE – THE SECRETARY OF STATE FAILED TO COMPLY WITH WAC REQUIREMENT AND HAS NO VALID BASIS TO CERTIFY I-1000 .
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The unholy trinity of “diversity, equity, and inclusion” exist as liberal dog whistles for engaging in race-obsessive behavior under the guise of fairness. The “historical” disadvantage faced by certain racial groups is just that–historical–it ended with I-200. I-1000 is antithetical to western values of fairness and freedom and represents a marked step in the direction of discrimination and race-based preference which America has worked so hard since its inception to quash. I want to follow in the footsteps of WA Asians for Equality as well as generations of Union soldiers and MLK supporters in the fight against racial discrimination in the US government.
I am stongly against I – 1000. People should have equal opportunity for getting to university / company. Their nationality, age, race …shouldn’t be the factors affecting them for getting the equal opportunities. I believe 1000 will make talented students/employees escape from our state. We will lose them and lose the chance of building a great place for people to live, study and work.
Some liberal Dem. in South Tacoma is removing reject R1000 signs along so. 56th and I-5.
In 1986 the City of Seattle Human Resouces did not allow me to even look at job postings. The Lady at the desk barred me Physically and told me, honey, yous da wrong colla.,”. I asked what she meant as I do have a hearing difficultly. She said I was wrong color. I had a Masters degree and ideas about water use and recycling before their time. I could have helped a great deal. But no, I was da wrong color. Why, I am a very colorful person. I found out after many other job seekers were not allowed to work in Seattle. You had to know someone.