Connecting People

We support members of our community who may feel threatened or marginalized. We support those who may need others to stand with them in the face of uncertainty or fear.

Supporting You

If you need advice on your rights, you can join the ACLU of WA e-activist network or the ACLU of ID e-activist network.

Find social justice related resources on the Palouse.

Supporting and Connecting to Others

Welcome all neighbor sign

A local Palouse mother/daughter team has created a sign for you to post in your yard to welcome everyone. Read their story and support their cause.


Support your community by volunteering!  You can find local volunteer opportunities through JustServe and through the city of Moscow.

You can start or follow a social network with neighbors in Pullman and in Moscow.

If you want to start community organizing around a cause important to you, check out the group Organizing for Action (OFA), which is sponsors online training for such organizing. You can even become an OFA Fellow.

Want to know how supportive your community is of LGBTQ people? Check out the Human Rights Commission Municipality Equality Index for your city in WA or ID.

Don't Be a Bystander: 6 Tips for Responding to Racist Attacks

from Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW) and Project NIA (Building Peaceful Communities)