Welcome to the Resident Action Project!

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The Resident Action Project is a statewide network in Washington led by people who have experienced housing injustice. Together, we are building power to change state policy through storytelling, organizing, and civic action.

Our aim is to build a statewide network of people who are directly impacted by housing and homelessness issues who are leading the charge for social change. These issues do not exist in a vacuum. We know that too many of the people with lived experience are people of color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, and single parent families, and housing is one part of a larger system of oppression that we hope to address in our organizing work.

By becoming a Resident Action Project friend and member, you will gain organizing, advocacy, and policy skills.  We are connected to the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance, where we have access to the resources we need to bring about justice to all Washington-ians. We welcome anyone with a lived experience and non-profit staff!

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Visit this page to learn more about how to bring RAP to your community and to download the Resident Action Project Toolkit for Organizing
Storytelling is one of the most crucial and effective ways for shaping the narrative around housing justice and ending homelessness. Do you want to share your story and help create a narrative of resilience and empowerment? Use this link to tell us more and get connected to our communication specialist.
Miss a statewide call? No problem! Check out our resource page for notes or videos from past RAP activities.