Eviction Moratorium Info Sheet
The moratorium has been extended through October 15.
On February 29, 2020, Governor Inslee issued Proclamation 20-05, proclaiming a State of
Emergency for all counties throughout the state of Washington as a result of the coronavirus
disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak in the United States and confirmed person-to-person spread
of COVID-19 in Washington State.
A temporary moratorium on evictions and related actions throughout Washington State helps
reduce economic hardship and related life, health, and safety risks to those members of our
workforce who are impacted by layoffs and substantially reduced work hours or who are
otherwise unable to pay rent as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Specifically, a temporary moratorium on evictions and related actions will (1) reduce housing
instability, (2) enable residents to stay in their homes unless conducting essential activities or
going to work in essential business services, and (3) promote public health and safety by
reducing the progression of COVID-19 in Washington State.
The full document is also available in 10 languages, including English.
National Resources (alphabetical order):
AAPI Civic Engagement Fund
Asian Americans Advancing Justice
Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Atlanta
Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP)
hollaback! Bystander Intervention Training
National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum
Red Canary Song
Stop AAPI Hate
Google document of COVID-19 community resources and response efforts:
Seattle public school will offer free meals start March 16th for more information please visit:
To the community at large,
The leadership and membership of Pride ASIA stand in solidarity with our Asian and Asian-American siblings in fighting against violence and hatred.
From the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, Japanese internment camps, to the "Chinese virus" and the murder of our community members in Atlanta, Georgia; the ongoing prejudice and discrimination that erupts into racism and violence must STOP.
It must end. NOW.
We cannot celebrate, empower nor nurture our communities if the ignorance, hatred and violence continue.
Thanks to our friends at the Seattle Foundation, please refer to the list here and reach out to our community organizations in the Seattle/King County area and nationally for various resources and information.
If you are an LGBTQ/AAPI individual and would like support, please contact us directly at email@example.com
Founder, Pride ASIA
Seattle-Area Resources (alphabetical order):
AAPI Coalition Against Hate and Bias
Asian Counseling Referral Services
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA)
Asian Pacific Islander Coalition (APIC of WA)
Cambodian American Community Council of WA
Cham Refugees Community
Chinese Information & Service Center
CID Community Watch
Coalition for Refugees from Burma
COFA Alliance of Washington
Education with Purpose Foundation for Pacific Islanders
Filipino Community of Seattle
Friends of Little Sàigòn
Indian-American Community Services
IDIC Filipino Senior and Family Services
InterIM Community Development Association
International Community Health Services
Japanese American Citizens League Seattle Chapter
Kandelia (Formerly Vietnamese Friends Association)
Khmer Community of Seattle King County
King County Coalition Against Hate and Bias
King County Coalition Against Hate Resource Page
Korean American Coalition
Korean Community Service Center
Lao Community Service Center
Marshallese Women’s Association
Pacific Islander Community Alliance of Washington
Pacific Islander Health Board
Refugee Women’s Alliance
Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda)
Seattle Mongolian Youth Center
United Tribes of Pacific Islanders Alliance (U.T.O.P.I.A. WA)
Vietnamese American Community of Seattle and Sno-King Counties
WAPI Community Services
White Center Community Development Association
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience