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Sponsored by Repro Health Happy Hour Seattle
It has been a long time! Let’s catch up over drinks and appetizers.
This event is a great chance to catch up with old friends and meet new, like-minded repro health champions. Open to all — bring a friend. Look for us in the atrium.
I would love your help organizing these happy hours so that they happen monthly (rather than quarterly). Even if you can’t make it to this event, please message this page to let me know you’d be interested in helping out.
-Tyler (March host & RHHH Seattle organizer)
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Sponsored by Coalition of Anti-Racist Whites – CARW and BAYAN USA Pacific Northwest
**Space is limited! Please sign-up with this form** https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfddSGy3QSgCf7T4_9d9mF9Mla9ya81iZXhNuJaCW3f3ugt8w/viewform
BAYAN organizer and leftist scholar Joaquin Uy will lead a Walking Tour of Filipinx History in Seattle in the International District. Uy’s tour will focus on local leaders, organizers, revolutionaries, authors, and martyrs from the Filipinx community and their relationship to this historic neighborhood, block by block, from the turn of the century to today. The tour provides an opportunity to learn about the current and critical movement to stop the killings in the Philippines (https://www.facebook.com/MalayaMovement/). We’ll meet at Eastern Hotel, 506 1/2 Maynard Ave S (Maynard & King) at 12:45am. The tour will begin at 1pm, SHARP!
DONATIONS: We ask that you make a donation to BAYAN for hosting and leading the tour. We suggest a donation of $10-$35, or any amount that feels meaningful for you. Donations can be made with cash, check or credit card. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Your donation will fund the work of Filipinxs in Seattle and the Philippines doing community organizing for social justice.
PRESENTED BY: This walking tour is organized in collaboration between BAYAN Pacific NorthWest, an alliance of progressive Filipinx groups, and the Coalition of Anti-Racist Whites (CARW), a Seattle organization of white people working for racial justice. Get information about BAYAN from member organizations Gabriela Seattle (www.gabrielaseattle.org) and Anakbayan Seattle (anakbayanseattle.tumblr.com). For information about CARW, visit www.carw.org.
ACCESS: *PLEASE EXPECT TO WALK AND STAND FOR ROUGHLY 2 (TWO) HOURS.* There are some steep inclines, and folks who use wheelchairs can do the tour. *WE ASK THAT YOU DO NOT WEAR SCENTED OR FRAGRANCED PRODUCTS (e.g. perfume, hair products, essential oils) the day of the event in order to make the event accessible to those with chemical injury or multiple chemical sensitivity. For more info: http://thinkbeforeyoustink.com/howtogofragrancefree.html
TRANSIT AND PARKING: The tour will begin in the International District/Chinatown at the Eastern Hotel (506 1/2 Maynard Ave S). Street parking is free on Sundays, but may be difficult to find so please plan accordingly. There is a pay lot underneath the I-5 overpass off of Jackson. Many bus routes and the light rail are easily accessible in the area and at the International District Station.
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Sponsored by The Seattle Public Library and Office of Arts & Culture Seattle
Join activist and author Adrienne Maree Brown for a reading centered on her book “Emergent Strategy” and a celebration of community-led organizing in Seattle.
This event is made possible with support from The Seattle Public Library Foundation and the Seattle Office of Civil Rights.