WASHAA joins communities throughout our country who are grieving, angry, sad and wanting to work together to enact change. We stand with our brothers and sisters who are fighting to make sure that the multiple areas of inequity in our country are transformed and re-formed.  
We feel like we cannot and should not be silent about George Floyd's death and the pain of families, friends and communities who have lost loved ones senselessly due to racism.  
We respect and support the right to protest. We must allow all voices to be heard. However, we do condemn the violence that is detracting from these important messages and endangering people.

At WASHAA, we are committed to empowering everyone to have a voice in their own health care, and to have their wishes and concerns heard and followed.  We stand committed to change our system. We hope you will add your voice.


Robin Shapiro
WASHAA Board Chair

Washington State Health Advocacy Association
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