But it has also been a year that showed us the best of ourselves and who we can be as a community. When the cavalry isn’t coming and we have only each other to depend on, we rise to meet the needs of the most vulnerable and we raise our voices to ensure no one is forgotten.
What can we learn from this year about ourselves that we can take to build a stronger foundation for 2021 and beyond? That’s the question I asked four Puget Sound community and thought leaders; here’s what they said.
By Paulina López
We all know 2020 has been a year of incredible hardship. Hardship reminds us to reflect on what is important and to prepare for what tomorrow may bring. While many have not rested in the fight for justice, Black, brown, Indigenous and people of color and low-income communities continue to reel from the health, economic and social…