and subsequent Sundays, - p.m., at the Brackett's Landing sign, to the left of the ferry station (as you face the ferry), on the corner of Main Street and Railroad Avenue, in downtown Edmonds; Would you like to rekindle the hope of a refugee child who has fled civil conflict or persecution?
We'll have some skill building especially for kids like learning how to sew a button, spin fleece, use a saw and hammer, peel a carrot, etc.
Orenstein, author of the bestseller Schoolgirls and Cinderella Ate My Daughter, examines the seemingly-retro trend toward the ultra-feminine, from Disney princesses to the color pink; the role the ubiquitous marketing machine plays in packaging and promoting it; and what it could mean for our daughters' identities and futures. and subsequent 3rd Thursdays, - pm, in City Hall, Boards & Commission Conference Room CH L280, 601 Fifth Ave between Cherry and James Streets, downtown Seattle, check website to confirm date, time and place; Learn about the history of the Fair Trade movement, the new Fair for Life certification, social responsibility, sustainability and ethical business practices.
Panelists include representatives from Ten Thousand Villages and Theo's Chocolates.
Clinic attorneys will answer questions and provide information in a variety of areas including family law, debt and bankruptcy, divorce/ dissolution, employment discrimination, and transgender legal issues.
Flame's presentation will touch off a wide-ranging discussion on challenges and gains for African American women in the arts and the intersection of today's movements for racial justice, women's equality, and lesbian /gay /bi/ transgender liberation.every Justice Works! orientation, organizer training, letters to the editor, connections with incarcerated people, updates on our projects, programs, campaigns, direct action planning; holds a Master of Divinity Degree from the University of Notre Dame.
To address this growing threat of intolerance, this event will focus on the teachings of tolerance and mutual respect.