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Monthly Readings & Resources from Goosefoot’s Anti-Racism Task Force: Housing

Housing discrimination in the United States has a deep and debilitating history, with racist policies and programs sanctioned for decades by federal entities such as the Federal Housing Administration. Government mandated housing segregation policies were rampant at local and state levels as well, both in the north and the south.

Monthly Readings & Resources from Goosefoot’s Anti-Racism Task Force: Bystander Intervention

Have you ever wondered what to do if you witness public instances of bigotry, racism, or other forms of discrimination? This month's readings offer some concrete actions and interventions bystanders can take to stand up for a person being targeted and stop further harm.

Monthly Readings & Resources from Goosefoot’s Anti-Racism Committee: Indigenous Heritage Month

This November, we appreciate and recognize the tribes of the Lower Skagit, Swinomish, Suquamish, and Snohomish that call these lands home. Below are some readings that focus on the history and current status of local tribes.

Monthly Readings & Resources from Goosefoot’s Anti-Racism Task Force: It’s Not the Month That Should Matter

Indigenous People's Day is celebrated annually on the second Monday of October. Native American Heritage Month is recognized every November. Did these observations pass you by? That's okay. It shouldn't be the month or day that matters, but the actions you take and your commitment to learning. Here are three resources to motivate us to action, no matter what the time of year it is.

Let the Good Times Roll at Goosefoot’s 7th Annual Mardi Gras Party
Tuesday, February 21, 6-8:30 PM

After a long COVID-induced break, Goosefoot is pleased to announce the return of their annual Mardi Gras Party at Bayview Community Hall on Fat Tuesday, February 21, 6–8:30 pm. Admission is free and the event is family friendly.

Goosefoot and Island County’s Food System

Goosefoot supports our local agricultural community through marketing assistance and collaborative efforts aimed at strengthening the resiliency of our local food system.

From Seed to Stomach: Students Growing Their Own Food

Goosefoot helps educate children and cultivate community through funding of the South Whidbey School Farm program.