Posts tagged with Black History Month Archives - SDOT Blog

Best of the Month | Extending outdoor dining and retail permits, completing pavement and safety improvements, helping students, and celebrating Black History Month

In case you missed it, we’re sharing highlights from the SDOT Blog each month. Here are some of our top blog posts from February. SDOT Blog Monthly Highlights – February 2022 1) Thank you to the 10,000+ people who took our outdoor dining and retail survey. Here’s what we heard…. [ Keep reading ]

Celebrating several Black community members in Seattle and beyond – and their dedication to build stronger, more connected communities – join us to learn more!

Editor’s Note (February 24, 2022): This Blog post was developed in close partnership between our Communications Team and our Black Employees Support Team (BEST) Employee Resource Group (ERG), to directly center the voices of our Black colleagues while reflecting on the significance of Black History Month and how it relates… [ Keep reading ]

Honoring Black History Month 2022

Editor’s Note (February 1, 2022): This Blog post was developed in close partnership between our Communications Team and our Black Employees Support Team (BEST) Employee Resource Group (ERG), to directly center the voices of our Black colleagues while reflecting on the significance of Black History Month and how it relates… [ Keep reading ]

As we round out Black History Month at SDOT, conversations about Black history and culture will continue.

If you haven’t already, check out our Black History Month posts: From the SDOT Archives | Black innovators who have shaped transportation SDOT centers Black lives This week we’re sharing books and resources to help broaden our understanding of how racism in America has shaped our cities and influenced urban design. One of the first steps to undoing institutional and systemic racism is through knowledge and education. … [ Keep reading ]