As we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, King County is going through a period of huge forced change. But that can be a good thing. This three-part series “12 Arguments for Change | Shaping King County’s Post-COVID Future” explores one burning question: How can we make our region’s post-COVID future more equitable and more sustainable? Join King County Executive Dow Constantine and twelve local leaders to explore this question and what we can do to address issues including: economic inequality, racism, access to healthcare, climate change, unemployment, small business recovery, education, housing, childcare, food access, and transportation. More info: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/12-arguments-for-change-shaping-king-countys-post-covid-future-tickets-118368807289
- Session 1, Thursday, September 10, 5-6 PM. Framing the Problem. Identifying and agreeing on the gaps our region needs to focus on in recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic
- Session 2, Tuesday, September 15, 5-6 PM. Unlocking Solutions. Brainstorming solutions to the gaps identified in Session 1 to create the change that King County needs to come back from COVID-19 stronger than ever
- Session 3, Thursday, September 17, 5-6 PM. Making It Happen. Identify the roles of government, corporations, and citizens in turning the solutions identified in Session 2 into action.
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