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Action Alerts and Upcoming Events for Justice (Sept. 21, 2018)

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Action Alerts and Upcoming Events for Justice
 

Sept. 21, 2018

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NETWORK NEWS

  • JUUstice Washington Summit Oct. 20 This year’s all-day summit in Edmonds launches the joint evolution of Northwest UU Justice Network and Washington UU Voices for Justice.  This year childcare will be provided by Edmonds UU Congregation staff from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. We can accommodate children through age 12, including infants and toddlers. Learn more  A new Justice Fair will feature exhibits, information kiosks and presentations. Register for the summit
  • Legislative Conference, Nov. 18 Online – The legislative conference sets priorities for the coming legislative session in Olympia, based on discussion of major issues by members of Unitarian-Universalist congregations. Each church convenes a group to take part in the online meeting from 1:00 to 4:30 pm. More

NEW AND NOTEWORTHY

  • New Online School for Activist Organizers and Trainers – PeoplesHub, created by the founding editor of YES! magazine, will offer online programs with skilled facilitators and organizers to support activists working to create a better world. Three programs are scheduled in October. More
  • Backbone Campaign Needs Help – The Backbone Campaign took part in the recent "Free the Snake" protest. But on the way, their boat trailer broke down so they had to buy a new $1,400 trailer, then the truck broke down in Idaho costing $1,500 in repairs to its fuel injector and alternator. This equipment is crucial for Backbone’s solidarity actions; the truck made four trips out to Standing Rock to deliver supplies, has toured the country and was instrumental in the Shell No and Break Free campaigns. More
     

ADVOCACY ALERTS

  • Help Low-Income N.C. Hurricane Victims Democracy Now! provides links to North Carolina activist organizations that need donations to support their work with people of color, immigrants, and below-poverty communities who are disproportionately impacted by the hurricane. More
  • Sign Petition re: Immoral Policies Affecting Children The Poor People's Campaign, along with denominational and national faith leaders, are fighting back to protect children from detention facilities, cuts to food stamps and the gutting of children's health insurance. Sign a letter to congressional leaders calling for a stop to policy violence against children and for a hearing to address this moral emergency. More
     

ONGOING IMMIGRATION VIGIL

  • First Sundays (Everett, Wash.) – Everett in Solidarity with Immigrants and Refugees holds a monthly march at noon at Walter E. Hall Park (1226 W. Casino Road.) More
     

ONGOING PEACE VIGILS

  • Sundays (Edmonds, Wash.) – The Edmonds Women in Black hold a weekly Sunday 12:30-1:30 p.m. Vigil for Peace at Brackett’s Landing (Main Street and Railroad Ave.) Participants don’t have to be female or dress in black. Information
  • Sundays (Eastside Locations, Wash.) The East Shore Black Lives Matter Flash Stance group conducts midday actions in various cities. Bring signs that support Black Lives Matter or say “Side with Love” or other appropriate phrases. More
    • First Sundays (Bellevue, Wash.) Gather at 11:30 a.m. on the corner by Dacels Jewelers (3500 Factoria Blvd. S.E.)
    • Second Sundays (Issaquah, Wash.) Gather at noon at the corner of S.E. 56th St. and East Lake Sammamish Parkway S.E. by MacDonald’s.
    • Fourth Sundays (Kirkland, Wash.) – Gather at noon at the northwest corner of Peter Kirk Park (202 3rd St.)
    • Fifth Sundays (Woodinville, Wash.) – This Flash Stance happens four times per year on the fifth Sunday of the month. The next Flash Stance happens Dec. 30. Gather at noon at the corner by Jamba Juice (13804 N.E. 175th St.) across from Starbucks.
  • First Tuesdays (Seattle) – The First Tuesday War Protest happens from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the downtown Federal Building (915 2nd Ave.) sponsored by Veterans for Peace, West Seattle Neighbors for Peace and Justice, EarthCare Not Warfare and the Downtown Peace Vigil. Information: email or call Dan Gilman at 206-499-0226.
  • Wednesdays (Olympia, Wash.) – The Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation holds a weekly Wednesday noon to 1 p.m. Peace Vigil at the northwest corner of Sylvester Park, at the corner of Legion & Capitol Way. Information: email Glen Anderson or call him, 360-491-9093. More
  • First Thursdays (Seattle) – Women in Black, a group in the tradition of women who vigil in Israel and Palestine, stand in silent vigil from 5-6 p.m. near the Westlake Park arch (4th and Pine) on the first Thursday of each month for peace, justice, and nonviolent solutions to conflict. More
  • Fridays (Olympia, Wash.) Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation holds a weekly Friday 4:30-6 p.m. Peace Vigil at the southeast corner of Percival Landing (W. 4th and Water) with the Rumble Arkestra street band. Information: email Glen Anderson or call him, 360-491-9093. More
  • Fridays (Olympia, Wash.) Olympia Women in Black hold a weekly Friday vigil from 5-6 p.m. on the south side of 4th Ave. near the fountain, west of Water Street. Information: email Rosemary Barnhart or call her at 360-866-7589.
  • Fridays (Bellingham, Wash.) – Bellingham Fellowship of Reconciliation holds a weekly Friday 4-5 p.m. Peace Vigil in front of the Bellingham Federal Building (104 W. Magnolia St.) More
  • Saturdays (Centralia, Wash.) – Fire Mountain Fellowship of Reconciliation holds a weekly Saturday noon to 1 p.m. Vigil for Peace and Education along George Washington Park at Pearl Street at Locust in front of the library. Information: email Larry Kerschner. More
  • Saturdays (Lake Forest Park, Wash.) – Lake Forest Park for Peace holds a weekly 11 a.m. to noon Saturday vigil at Ballinger Way and Bothell Way. More
     


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EVENTS

  • Fri. Sept. 21 (Online) – Conversation/Global Days of Listening Afghan Peace Volunteers invite us to the next Global Days of Listening, at 4:30-7:30 a.m. Pacific time. You may just listen, join the conversation or listen to previous events. More
  • Sat. Sept. 22 (Kirkland and Tacoma, Wash.) – Immigration/Civil LibertiesJoin the fourth-Saturday-of-the-month Interfaith Eastside Vigil at Tacoma NW Detention Center (1623 E. J St.) Carpools from Northlake UU Church in Kirkland leave at 10:45 a.m. Contact Fran Wessling at 425-345-1237 to join; meet them at the front gate at noon.
  • Sat. Sept. 22 (Seattle) – Discussion/Workers Rights Garfield Community Center (2323 E. Cherry St.) hosts “Million Worker March, Where Do We Go from Here?” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. regarding universal health care, living wages, workers' rights to organize and more.
  • Tues. Sept. 25 (Olympia, Wash.) – Meeting/Death PenaltyThe Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation’s Committee for Alternatives to the Death Penalty meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church (1515 W. Harrison.) More
  • Tues. Sept. 25 (Olympia, Wash.) – Forum/County ProsecutorJustice not Jails hosts a moderated forum with the candidates for Thurston County prosecuting attorney, Jon Tunheim and Victor Minjares, at Olympia UU Congregation (2315 Division St. N.W.) The forum will feature questions by moderator Carol McKinley and an opportunity for questions from the audience.
  • Wed. Sept. 26 (Online) – Webinar/Climate JusticeThe Environmental Justice Practitioners Network, developed by the UUA Green Sanctuary Program in partnership with UU Ministry for Earth, has launched a monthly series of 4:30 p.m. webinars. This month features Prophetic Imagination with Pamela Sparr, Justice on Earth essay author. More
  • Sat. Sept. 29 (Mercer Island, Wash.) – Conference/Interfaith JusticeThe Church Council of Greater Seattle presents Weaving Our Strengths: Narratives of Hope from 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. at Mercer Island Presbyterian Church (3605 84th Ave. S.E. ) More
  • Mon. Oct. 1 (Online) – All IssuesToday is the deadline for submitting news for the early October issue of this Events and Alerts e-blast. Alerts and Events come out Friday of the same week. Submit your event, action alert or other information here. Email Diane Brooks, News Coordinator, with questions.
  • Wed. Oct. 3 (Online) – Training/Good MeetingsPeoplesHub, created by the founding editor of YES! magazine, is a new online school offering programs with skilled facilitators and organizers to support activists working to create a better world. This 4 p.m. session is with Halima Cassells and Jeanne Rewa; explore ways to have productive, creative meetings and distribute power. More
  • Thu. Oct. 4 (Online) – Organizing Event/Young Adults for Climate JusticeParticipate in this first-Thursday-of-the month 9 a.m. UU young adults’ meeting by joining online or by phone (408-638-0968.) More
  • Sat. Oct. 6 (Bellevue, Wash.) – Workshop/JusticeEast Shore Unitarian Church (12700 32nd St.) hosts an all-day introduction to Restorative Practices, which support people to step into important and difficult conversations in ways that increase connection and understanding. It provides true community-based solutions, accountability and transformative change while deepening trust. More
  • Sun. Oct. 7 (West Seattle, Wash.) – Meeting/PeaceWest Seattle Neighbors for Peace and Justice meet on the first Sunday of each month at 6 p.m. at Alki Congregational Church (6115 S.W. Hinds) with a 7 p.m. potluck. Send an email to be added to the listserv or call 206-932-9522. More
  • Tues. Oct. 9 (Phone) – Phone Banks/Voting RightsThe UU Association and UU Justice Florida have joined the Second Chances Campaign to get Amendment 4 passed this fall to make nearly 1.4 million people eligible to vote who are currently excluded because of past convictions. Florida is one of four states with a lifetime ban on voting stemming from Jim Crow-era voting restrictions. UUs across the country will join from 2:30 - 5:30 p.m. Pacific, to urge Florida voters to Vote Yes. More
  • Wed. Oct. 10 (Seattle) – Meeting/HomelessnessThe Interfaith Task Force on Homelessness meets from 12-1:30 p.m. every second Wednesday at University Congregational United Church of Christ (4515 16th Ave. N.E.) More
  • Wed. Oct. 10 (Online) – Roundtable/Climate ActionThe UU Climate Action Roundtable happens on the second Wednesday of each month at 5 p.m. PDT. UUs, CATs, activists, and friends come together online or by phone for conversation about spiritual resources, current events, stories, questions and struggles, and calls for action and solidarity towards climate justice. You can join by phone or web, by yourself or with your congregation. More
  • Thu. Oct. 11 (Seattle) – Conversation/RaceJoin a series of inter-race conversations from 6-8 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month, at Tougo Coffee (1410 18th Ave.) More
  • Thu. Oct. 11 (Online) – Webinar/Public BanksUUs for a Just Economic Community hold a 5 p.m. webinar on the second Thursday of each month. This month’s topic is “Bail Reform.” More
  • Thu. Oct. 11 (Olympia, Wash.) – Forum/County CommissionerJustice not Jails hosts a 7 p.m. moderated forum with the candidates for Thurston County commissioner, Bud Blake and Tye Menser, at Olympia UU Congregation (2315 Division St. N.W.) The forum will feature questions by moderator Carol McKinley and an opportunity for questions from the audience.
  • Sat. Oct. 13 (Mt. Vernon, Wash.) – Rally/Planned ParenthoodSkagit UU Fellowship members are among activists who plan to spend one hour, 11 a.m. to noon, in front of Planned Parenthood waving at people and showing support signs. If the weather is too miserable, this month’s event will be called off. Responses have been very positive from the people driving by on this busy road. More information: call Pat Young at 360-757-3286
  • Sat. Oct. 13 (Tacoma, Wash.) – Immigration/Civil LibertiesJoin other UUs for a second-Saturday-of-the-month "vigil/visitor support" from 8:45-11:45 a.m. at the Northwest Detention Center (1623 East J St.) This Washington New Sanctuary Movement project is supported by the Vashon Island Unitarian Fellowship. Email Melvin Mackey for more information.
  • Sun. Oct. 14 through Sun. Oct. 21 (Global) – Action Week/Food Faith Action Network is partnering again with Presbyterian Hunger Program to be one of 57 national co-sponsors of this international effort for celebration and action, Global Food Week of Action. We celebrate the abundant and precious world that we inhabit, whose diverse ecosystems provide everything we need to thrive. We also acknowledge the inequality and threats to life brought about by human greed and systems that reward a few and neglect or harm the rest. More
  • Sun. Oct. 14 (Bellevue, Wash.) – Cluster Meeting/FAN Faith Action Network gatherings are a place to connect in small groups geographically, to discuss the current issues we all are working on and strategize for 2019 legislative session. This one happens at 2:30 p.m. at First Congregational Church (11061 N.E. 2nd St.) More
  • Mon. Oct. 15 (Online) – All IssuesToday is the deadline for submitting news for the last issue of this Events and Alerts e-blast. We will take a six-week hiatus as we reevaluate our communications as a  new organization. If you have wants, needs or preferences for a new communications vehicle, or just want to say you value the A&E (or don't,) we welcome your input. Feedback
  • Wed. Oct. 17 (Woodinville, Wash.) – Cluster Meeting/FAN Faith Action Network gatherings are a place to connect in small groups geographically, to discuss the current issues we all are working on and strategize for 2019 legislative session. This one for the Kirkland and Bothell areas happens at 6:30 p.m. at Congregation Kol Ami (16530 Avondale Road N.E.) More
  • Thu. Oct. 18 (Tukwila, Wash.) – Cluster Meeting/FAN Faith Action Network gatherings are a place to connect in small groups geographically, to discuss the current issues we all are working on and strategize for 2019 legislative session. This one for the South King County area happens at 7 p.m. at Riverton Park United Methodist Church (3118 S. 140th St.) More
  • Fri. Oct. 19 (Bellingham, Wash.) – Training/Climate Initiative Join Yes on 1631 activists at 3 p.m. at ReSources for Sustainable Communities, above the ReStore at 2309 Meridian St., for training on door-to-door canvassing for the carbon-fee initiative. I-1631 would assess a $15 per ton fee on carbon emissions, levied primarily at refineries, utilities and factories that emit carbon. The revenue collected by the state would pay for renewable energy, forestry and water projects; about 35% would be dedicated to projects in low-income communities.
  • Sat. Oct. 20 (Edmonds, Wash.) JUUstice Washington Summit This year’s all-day summit in Edmonds launches the joint evolution of Northwest UU Justice Network and Washington UU Voices for Justice. This year childcare will be provided by Edmonds UU Congregation staff from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. We can accommodate children through age 12, including infants and toddlers. Learn more A new Justice Fair will feature exhibits, information kiosks and presentations. Register for the summit
  • Sat. Oct. 20 (Tacoma, Wash.) – Immigration/Civil Liberties Join Tacoma UUs for a third-Saturday-of-the-month vigil at the Northwest Detention Center (1623 East J St.) from 8:30-11 a.m. If you care about the injustice in U.S. immigration policy, join us. We bring coffee, sandwiches, juice and special snacks and toys for children. Contact: Nancy Farrell.
  • Sun. Oct. 21 (Online) – Conversation/Global Days of Listening Afghan Peace Volunteers invite us to the next Global Days of Listening, at 4:30-7:30 a.m. Pacific time. You may just listen, join the conversation or listen to previous events. More
  • Sun. Oct. 21 (Vancouver, Wash.) – Cluster Meeting/FAN Faith Action Network gatherings are a place to connect in small groups geographically, to discuss the current issues we all are working on and strategize for 2019 legislative session. This one for the Southwest Washington area happens at 2 p.m. at Vancouver United Church of Christ (1220 N.E. 68th St.) More
  • Mon. Oct. 22 (Seattle) – Cluster Meeting/FAN Faith Action Network gatherings are a place to connect in small groups geographically, to discuss the current issues we all are working on and strategize for 2019 legislative session. This one for the University District happens at 7 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church (4548 Brooklyn Ave. N.E.) More
  • Tues. Oct. 23 (Olympia, Wash.) – Meeting/Death PenaltyThe Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation’s Committee for Alternatives to the Death Penalty meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church (1515 W. Harrison.) More
  • Tue. Oct. 23 (Online) – Training/Community RightsPeoplesHub, created by the founding editor of YES! magazine, is a new online school offering programs with skilled facilitators and organizers to support activists working to create a better world. This 6 p.m. session is with Paul Cienfuegos; learn how communities can create legal protections from corporate and governmental harm. More
  • Wed. Oct. 24 (Shoreline) – Cluster Meeting/FAN Faith Action Network gatherings are a place to connect in small groups geographically, to discuss the current issues we all are working on and strategize for 2019 legislative session. This one for the North Seattle area happens at 7 p.m. at Shoreline UU Church (14724 1st Ave. N.E.) More
  • Thu. Oct. 25 (Online) – Webinar/Climate JusticeThe Environmental Justice Practitioners Network, developed by the UUA Green Sanctuary Program in partnership with UU Ministry for Earth, has launched a monthly series of 4:30 p.m. webinars. More
  • Thu. Oct. 25 (Seattle) – Reception/ImmigrationThe Northwest Immigrant Rights Project plans a 5:30 p.m. reception at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience‚Äč (719 S. King St.) Explore the museum and celebrate the many ways this community is defending and advancing immigrant rights during this pivotal moment in history. Cost: $65. More
  • Sat. Oct. 27 (Kirkland and Tacoma, Wash.) – Immigration/Civil LibertiesJoin the fourth-Saturday-of-the-month Interfaith Eastside Vigil at Tacoma NW Detention Center (1623 E. J St.) Carpools from Northlake UU Church in Kirkland leave at 10:45 a.m. Contact Fran Wessling at 425-345-1237 to join; meet them at the front gate at noon.
  • Sat. Oct. 27 (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) – Talk/ImmigrationCedars UU Church (1270 Madison Ave. N.) presents activists Helen Nissani and Katherine Niall at 7 p.m. with an up-close view of American deportation and detention centers. Learn the realities of border crossing and deportation, and how close to home the realities of immigration exist. More
  • Mon. Oct. 29 (Online) – Training/Community SolutionsPeoplesHub, created by the founding editor of YES! magazine, is a new online school offering programs with skilled facilitators and organizers to support activists working to create a better world. This 4 p.m. session is with Rachel Plattus and Elandria Williams; learn how people are building local solidarity economies and participatory governance and how to build our own thriving communities. Every segment of the training is interactive, using popular education methodologies. More
  • Tue. Oct. 30 (Seattle) – Cluster Meeting/FAN Faith Action Network gatherings are a place to connect in small groups geographically, to discuss the current issues we all are working on and strategize for 2019 legislative session. This one for the Downtown Seattle area happens at 7 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church (1215 Thomas St.) More
  • Sun. Nov. 4 (Bellingham, Wash.) – Cluster Meeting/FAN Faith Action Network gatherings are a place to connect in small groups geographically, to discuss the current issues we all are working on and strategize for 2019 legislative session. This one happens at 3 p.m. at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church (2600 Lakeway Dr.) More
  • Thu. Nov. 8 (Tacoma, Wash.) – Cluster Meeting/FAN Faith Action Network gatherings are a place to connect in small groups geographically, to discuss the current issues we all are working on and strategize for 2019 legislative session. This one for the Pierce County area happens at 7 p.m. at Bethany Presbyterian Church (4420 N. 41st St.) More

 

 

MOVIES FOR JUSTICE

This newsletter no longer lists specific films.
The following Washington State venues screen Meaningful Movies®.
Some feature regular monthly offerings, others are more sporadic.
Click to see their upcoming schedules.
 

  • Ballard (Seattle) – Meaningful Movies: Sustainable Ballard presents a free monthly film (donations welcome) on Sundays at Bauhaus Strong Coffee (2001 Market St.) More
  • Beacon Hill (Seattle) – Beacon Hill Meaningful Movies presents a free film (donations welcome) on second Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at Centilia Cultural Center (1660 Roberto Maestas Festival St.) More
  • Bellevue – Meaningful Movies on the Eastside presents a free film (donations welcome) on third Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church (4228 Factoria Blvd. S.E.) More
  • Edmonds – Sno-King Meaningful Movies presents a free film (donations welcome) at 6:30 p.m. on the second Saturday of odd-numbered months at Edmonds UU Congregation (8109 224th St. S.W.) More
  • Everett – Everett Meaningful Movies presents a free film (donations welcome) at 6:30 p.m. on second Saturdays at Our Savior's Lutheran Church (215 Mukilteo Blvd.) More
  • Gig Harbor – Meaningful Movies in Gig Harbor presents a free film (donations welcome) on second Fridays at 6 p.m. at Agnus Dei Lutheran Church (10511 Peacock Hill Ave. N.W.) More
  • Issaquah (Downtown) – Meaningful Movies usually presents a free (donations welcome) film on fourth Fridays at 6:30 p.m. at Issaquah Depot Museum (78 First Ave. N.E.) More
  • Issaquah Highlands – Meaningful Movies of Issaquah presents a free (donations welcome) film on fourth Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. at Issaquah Highlands’ Blakely Hall (2550 NE Park Dr.) More
  • Kirkland – Meaningful Movies in Kirkland presents a free film (donations welcome) on third Fridays at 7 p.m. at Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church (308 4th Ave. S.) More
  • Mt. Baker (Seattle) – Mt. Baker Meaningful Movies presents a free film (donations welcome) on fourth Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at Mt. Baker Community Club (2811 Mount Rainier Dr. S.) More
  • Olympia – Meaningful Movies of Olympia presents a free (donations welcome) film on third Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at Olympia UU Church (2315 Division St. N.W.) More
  • Port Townsend – Meaningful Movies Port Townsend presents a free film (donations welcome) on second Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (2333 San Juan Ave.) More
  • Queen Anne (Seattle) – Queen Anne Meaningful Movies presents a free film (donations welcome) on second Saturdays at 7 p.m. at Queen Anne United Methodist Church (1606 5th Ave. W.) More
  • Renton – Meaningful Movies of Renton presents free films (a $5 donation is suggested) on first Mondays at 7 p.m. at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church (1700 Edmonds Ave. N.E.) More
  • Ridgefield – Meaningful Movies in Ridgefield presents a film followed by a forum for respectful discussion on fourth Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at Old Liberty Theater (115 N. Main Ave.) More
  • Snohomish – Maltby Meaningful Movies presents a free film (donations welcome) on a quarterly schedule on Fridays at 22105 East Lost Lake Road. More
  • Tacoma – Meaningful Movies Tacoma presents a free film (donations welcome) on third Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at The Grand Cinema (606 Fawcett Ave.) More
  • Vancouver – Meaningful Movies at Cascade Park presents a free film (donations welcome) on third Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. at Cascade Park Library (600 N.E. 136th Ave.) More
  • Vashon Backbone Meaningful Movies on Vashon presents a film on second Tuesdays at 6 p.m. at Vashon Theatre (17723 Vashon Highway S.W.) More
  • Wallingford (Seattle) – Meaningful Movies in Wallingford presents a free (donations welcome) film and discussion on first Fridays )7 p.m. at Keystone Congregational Church (5019 Keystone Pl. N.) More
  • Wedgewood (Seattle) – Wedgwood Meaningful Movies offers a free (donations welcome) film on second Fridays at 7 p.m. at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church (8900 35th Ave. N.E.) More
  • West Seattle – West Seattle Meaningful Movies presents a free (donations welcome) film on first Saturdays at 7 p.m. at High Point Neighborhood House (6400 Sylvan Way S.W.) More
  • Woodinville Woodinville Meaningful Movies presents a free film (donations welcome) at 7 p.m. on second Fridays at Northshore United Church of Christ (18900 168th Ave. N.E.) More

 

 

 

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