Strong communities, healthy families, opportunities to thrive: these are the kinds of things we all want for every Washingtonian. A person's opportunity to thrive should not be determined by their race, ethnicity, or zip code. Yet statewide data make it clear that economic prosperity is not being shared equitably by everyone, in part because of policies that continue to advance structural racism. Join the Washington State Budget & Policy Center to hear from Glenn Harris, president of Race Forward and publisher of Colorlines, and a panel of local leaders moderated by Michael Brown, vice president of community programs at the Seattle Foundation. Register here.