Domestic-abuse victim says she was evicted for reporting crime -- latimes.com
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CARA is a Seattle-based 501(c)(3) grassroots organization that promotes a broad agenda for liberation and social justice while prioritizing anti-rape work as the center of our organizing. We use community organizing, critical dialogue, artistic expression, and collective action as tools to build safe, peaceful, and sustainable communities. Our blog provides a Black feminist analysis of contemporary politics, debates & local Seattle issues.
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There are additional legal protections for survivors of domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault or unlawful harrassment in Washington State. Tenants have the right to break their leases or change their locks with a copy of a protection order or a report from a qualified third party. See RCW 59.18.575 or info from Washington Law Help at www.walawhelp.org under Housing/Tenants Rights.ReplyDelete