Get Involved

Step one is showing up! Below are a few ways to get involved, from group events to volunteer positions.

Sign our petition to support our Shoreline area BIPOC youth!

Have you posted the words “Black Lives Matter” lately? Wondering how you can make an impact on someone’s life? Sign our petition and join us in supporting our BIPOC youth right here in Shoreline so that kids can be kids instead of targets.

Sign the petition here!: https://redirect.is/soarpetition

Black Lives Matter Sign Waving @ Meridian & 155th St, Mondays 5-6PM Note new Location

Join us for Monday evening Black Lives Matter sign waving on Mondays from 5-6 PM at Meridian and 155th St! Pick one of four corners for a socially distanced awareness campaign: Black Lives Matter!

Volunteer Positions

We are always looking for more volunteers (local students preferred, but not required) to help us hone and grow our efforts at Shoreline Organized Against Racism. See below for some current areas where we need help. If you don’t see something that fits your skillset, please don’t hesitate to contact us with ideas! More help is always welcome!

IT Generalist

SOAR has officially launched, and we need help building and maintaining our digital footprint! We are looking for someone interested in learning or with expertise in a general Information Technology skillset. This includes WordPress, HTML, Linux, cloud/web hosting technologies, and more.

Open Source Researcher

SOAR is looking for help researching and publishing educational resources on anti-racism, Shoreline’s history, local government laws, processes, and practices, and more. We need volunteers to help us conduct open source research and write annotated summaries of source material for easy consumption by community members. Our goal is to help to make local government more transparent and accountable to local residents.

Journalist/Editor

Interested in a career in journalism? Passionate about anti-racist work? SOAR is looking for you! We are working to publish a new, ongoing series titled “1000 Cuts.” This series will focus on collecting, cataloging, and publishing stories of racial injustice and discrimination in Shoreline. As our journalist and editor for 1000 Cuts, you will work with raw source material from victims of hate crimes and publish them in a storytelling format for local residents to help answer their questions about how racism affects local residents here in Shoreline every day.

Contact us at unitedshoreline@gmail.com