To address this growing threat of intolerance, this event will focus on the teachings of tolerance and mutual respect.
If you live in King/Snohomish County you could become a foster parent with LCSNW's Refugee and Immigrant Children's Program.
Oly FOR.org, Puget Sound, Women in Black Vigils in Gig Harbor, Bellevue, Edmonds, Seattle, Bellingham Eugene Oregon Montana San Francisco Bay Area to 2 members from an organization may bring a RFP, application guidelines, draft proposal or a proposal not funded and an experienced grant writer will give you one-on-one guidance! Mac Kinnon, author of Consent of the Networked, argues that it's time for us to demand that our rights and freedoms are respected and protected before they're sold, legislated, programmed, and engineered away.
and subsequent Tuesdays, -9 a.m., at Woodland Park Aurora pedestrian overpasses, meet on the northernmost pedestrian overpass in Woodland Park 2 blocks south of N 59th St., Seattle, Access from Green Lake Way (turn by tennis courts) to the Upper Woodland parking lot;, Author of Food Rebels, Guerilla Gardeners, and Smart-Cooking Mamas shares stories of folks all over the country who are fighting back to restore our precious food systems.
How we look at girls and women have serious consequences to the global crisis of human sex trafficking.
Partnering with Bald Solidarity, we will be showing this film with a panel discussion. policy in Afghanistan, Palestine/Israel, and Iraq with silent / visible presence, leaflets, and info table, by Women in Black, Women wear black; men welcome to stand at the sidelines or to leaflet; Bring your questions for the panel of students and policymakers and learn how the City of Seattle and Seattle Public Schools are partnering to help ensure arts learning can be a part of a basic education for all students.