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"White Like Me" Film Being Shown Nov. 14 by Sno-King Meaningful Movies Last Updated on 2015-11-06 23:39:24 Acclaimed anti-racist author and educator Tim Wise explores race and racism in the U.S. through the lens of whiteness and white privilege.  This movie will challenge some of your most basic assumptions about race in America.   Follow-up discussion about the film with Daniel VanArsdale, Snohomish County Field Organizer for the League of Education Voters.   Sat., Nov. 14, 2015, 7:00 p.m., Edmonds UU Church 8109 224th St. SW Edmonds, WA 98026 Free admission (donations welcomed)   Sno-King Meaningful Movies are presented bi-monthly at the Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Church, by a partnership of the Shoreline UU Church's Social Action Ministry, the Edmonds UU Church Peace & Justice Committee, and the Snohomish County Peace Action Committee. More »
"Princess Angeline" film about Chief Seattle's daughter at Sno-King Meaningful Movies, Oct. 3 Last Updated on 2015-09-29 12:43:36   Learn the story of the Duwamish tribe and its on-going struggle to gain federal government recognition through this locally produced film about the life of Chief Seattle's daughter. Treaty promises broken, tribal recognition finally granted in 2001 by one administration only to be withdrawn by the next. A complex, tragic, and infuriating story told in a 53 minute documentary film by award-winning Seattle filmmakers Sandy and Yasu Osawa.   Follow-up discussion about the film and the Duwamish Tribe's struggle for Federal recognition with filmmaker Sandy Osawa and Edie Loyer Nelson, Duwamish elder and Shoreline UUC member.   Sat., September 12, 2015, 7:00 p.m., Edmonds UU Church 8109 224th St. SW Edmonds, WA 98026 Free admission (donations welcomed)   Sno-King Meaningful Movies are presented bi-monthly at the Edmonds... More »
Save the Date - 2014 Justice Summit - October 11, 2014 Last Updated on 2014-07-28 21:17:26 SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, October 11, 2014, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm at Olympia UU Congregation, Olympia WA Homestays available THE JUSTICE SUMMIT Co-sponsored by: DOWNLOAD THE FLYER KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Rev. Paul Benz, Co-director of the Faith Action Network, and an ordained minister of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Rev. Benz has long been a social justice leader and advocate. Meet with UUs from the Pacific Northwest collaborate on the justice issues that move you. ECONOMIC JUSTICE IMMIGRATION, HOMELESSNESS ADDRESSING: CLIMATE CRISIS UNDOING INSTITUTIONAL RACISM GET THE MONEY OUT OF POLITICS and many other topics Share and learn effective ways to organize, advocate, and influence legislation. More »
(140625) NWuuJN Alerts and Events June 25, 2014 Last Updated on 2014-07-23 16:52:28 Action Alerts and Upcoming Events for Justice From the Northwest UU Justice Network June 25, 2014 Download this document NETWORK OFFICE NEWS Did you intend to give but forget? So close! The Network has just $100 in gifts to receive before June 30 to fully use up all $3000 of our matching funds. So now is your chance to double your gift and take us over the top. Click here to give by Credit Card or PayPal. Let’s get every dollar we can for justice. Online match contributions have been extended thru June 30. NEW AND NOTEWORTHY 10th Circuit Court of Appeals upholds same-sex marriage – The Denver federal appeals court ruled TODAY (June 25) that states outlawing same-sex marriage are in violation of the U.S. Constitution. By upholding a Utah judge’s decision, the panel of three became the first appeals court in the nation to rule on the issue, setting a historic... More »
Volunteers Needed for Project Homeless Connect Last Updated on 2014-06-14 19:27:33 United Way of Snohomish County seeks volunteers to assist with Project Homeless Connect, an annual event that brings volunteers and community service providers together to give individuals and families experiencing homelessness access to a comprehensive range of services in one location.  Project Homeless Connect served over 1,200 people last year. Many services are available immediately, such as on site medical dental and veterinary care.  Other services include haircuts, vouchers for eyeglasses and a hot meal served at the event.  Participants take home backpacks filled with hygiene items and a plan for on-going services.  For example, service providers screen for eligibility for housing programs, public assistance and  resources for veterans and children. Backpack donations are needed immediately to put together hygiene kits, but it also... More »