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Seattle-Limbe Sister City Association

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge the lands that we live and work on are the stolen lands of the Coast
Salish people, including the Duwamish. They are the original peoples in this space
that we call home. Many Coast Salish still live on their unceded aboriginal territory,
which includes the towns now called Seattle, Burien, Tukwila, Renton, and Redmond.
Prior to the coming of the white colonizers, the Coast Salish people lived in villages in
the foothills, along the rivers, creeks, prairies and islands of what is now called the
Puget Sound. They extended their hands in friendship and assisted many who were
seeking refuge and a better life in the west. In return, the U.S. government
encouraged the colonizers to push the indigenous peoples out of their ancestral
lands, abuse and even murder them to claim this land for themselves.   We

acknowledge that we have inherited that legacy and stand in solidarity with the Coast
Salish people who still fight for their rights as indigenous people today.

Limbe, Cameroon

More about us...

Seattle Times 

"Hygiene project for African schoolgirls forges ties among Seattle volunteers"

Seattle Medium

"Pilgrimage to Bimbia exhibit to be held at First A.M.E."


"Sewing group changes lives of young women in Africa"

South Seattle Emerald

"31 Days of revolutionary women: LueRachelle Brim-Atkins"

Seattle Times - Pacific Magazine

"Meet LueRachelle Brim-Atkins, who joyfully builds and bridges communities in Seattle and beyond"

Seattle-Limbe Sister City Association (SLSCA) is a nonprofit citizen outreach network whose mission is to create and strengthen partnerships, promote cultural understanding, and stimulate economic development between Seattle, USA and Limbe, Cameroon. We promote the spirit of people-to-people diplomacy in forging relationships as citizens of a global community. 
Seattle-Limbe Sister City Association has...
  • delivered 4,653 feminine care kits to Limbe and surrounding communities

  • led classes on reproductive health for schoolgirls

  • launched a drive in partnership with Rotary International to provide wells to two community schools

  • trained women in Cameroon to create kits for sale and distribution

  • organized exchanges, humanitarian projects, and trips

  • furnished books and magazines to the Limbe Public Library

  • secured pharmaceuticals for the Limbe Clinic

  • organized a bike tour led by Seattle residents

  • hosted visitors from Cameroon

  • worked with the government of Limbe to improve senior center services

  • welcomed Cameroonians living in Seattle to our community

  • Partnered with six Seattle Rotary Clubs and the Limbe, Cameroon Rotary to install a borehole and a 30,000-liter water system at the Limbe Regional Hospital, benefiting five nearby neighborhoods.

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