Centilia Cultural Center 1660 S Roberto Maestas Festival St, Seattle, WA 98144

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Future Events

Sunday
Apr
7
2019
Sunday, April 7, 2019 from 2-8pm
2-8pm
Repeat Series: Fill in any you missed before, or start the series now! The second of three workshops to advance us on ending racism in our work supporting climate justice. Led by Tara Villalba, Sweetwater, and others from the Mangrove Collective Overall Goals: 1. Co-create and co-keep a space that is safe enough to have some charged conversations about ending racism 2. Build relationships with other participants as we learn and commit to ending racism, genocide, and war, in our environmental justice work. 3. Build a practice around convivio and encuentro Save these dates! Solidarity with Natives—April 7 Allies to Immigrants—May 12 Solidarity with Natives: Indigenous sovereignty, broken treaties, settler colonialism, genocide, dignity, and respect Domestic, Dependent Nations, removal policies, no empty lands Allies to Immigrants: Displacement and migration, deportation, privatization, bracero, war, and colonization, family trees, languages, resilient relationships, refugees Cost: sliding scale, scholarships available Register in advance to guarantee your space: http://350seattle.org/people-gonna-rise/. Registration link will be working soon! Contact kara@350seattle.org to get on the interest list, or get more info. Come to all three if you can as they build on each other! These 6-hr workshops will be a mix of short presentations of how oppressions and oppressive systems work, and how individual experiences can intersect along axes of different oppressions, small group storytelling (longer times with opportunities for deeper sharing and deep listening), large group sharing (shorter and mostly of highlights from small group discussions), and time for individual creative reflection. Nearby public transit: Beacon Hill Light Rail Station: .1 mile, 2 minute walk. (East on S. Lander and its at the first corner, with 17th Ave. South.) Bus 36 the 60 and the 107 go to Beacon Hill Station as well. Carpool site for this date: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/y8csvg Sign up to drive or ride. There is not a lot of street parking, so please take public transportation or arrive early.
Sunday, April 7, 2019 from 3-9pm
3-9pm
Repeat Series: Fill in any you missed before, or start the series now! The second of three workshops to advance us on ending racism in our work supporting climate justice. Led by Tara Villalba, Sweetwater, and others from the Mangrove Collective Overall Goals: 1. Co-create and co-keep a space that is safe enough to have some charged conversations about ending racism 2. Build relationships with other participants as we learn and commit to ending racism, genocide, and war, in our environmental justice work. 3. Build a practice around convivio and encuentro Save these dates! Allies to Immigrants—April 7 Solidarity with Natives—May 12 Allies to Immigrants: Displacement and migration, deportation, privatization, bracero, war, and colonization, family trees, languages, resilient relationships, refugees Solidarity with Natives: Indigenous sovereignty, broken treaties, settler colonialism, genocide, dignity, and respect Domestic, Dependent Nations, removal policies, no empty lands Cost: sliding scale, scholarships available Register in advance to guarantee your space: http://350seattle.org/people-gonna-rise/. Registration link will be working soon! Contact kara@350seattle.org to get on the interest list, or get more info. Come to all three if you can as they build on each other! These 6-hr workshops will be a mix of short presentations of how oppressions and oppressive systems work, and how individual experiences can intersect along axes of different oppressions, small group storytelling (longer times with opportunities for deeper sharing and deep listening), large group sharing (shorter and mostly of highlights from small group discussions), and time for individual creative reflection. Nearby public transit: Beacon Hill Light Rail Station: .1 mile, 2 minute walk.  (East on S. Lander and its at the first corner, with 17th Ave. South.) Bus 36 the 60 and the 107 go to Beacon Hill Station as well. Carpool site for this date: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/xihuwj Sign up to drive or ride. There is not a lot of street parking, so please take public transportation or arrive early.
Sunday
May
12
2019
Sunday, May 12, 2019 from 2-8pm
2-8pm
Repeat Series: Fill in what you missed before, or start the series now! Third of three workshops to advance us on ending racism in our work supporting climate justice. Led by Tara Villalba, Sweetwater, and others from the Mangrove Collective Overall Goals: 1. Co-create and co-keep a space that is safe enough to have some charged conversations about ending racism 2. Build relationships with other participants as we learn and commit to ending racism, genocide, and war, in our environmental justice work. 3. Build a practice around convivio and encuentro Allies to Immigrants: Displacement and migration, deportation, privatization, bracero, war, and colonization, family trees, languages, resilient relationships, refugees Cost: sliding scale, scholarships available Register in advance to guarantee your space: http://350seattle.org/people-gonna-rise/. Registration link will be working soon! Contact kara@350seattle.org to get on the interest list, or get more info. Come to all three if you can as they build on each other! These 6-hr workshops will be a mix of short presentations of how oppressions and oppressive systems work, and how individual experiences can intersect along axes of different oppressions, small group storytelling (longer times with opportunities for deeper sharing and deep listening), large group sharing (shorter and mostly of highlights from small group discussions), and time for individual creative reflection. Nearby public transit: Beacon Hill Light Rail Station: .1 mile, 2 minute walk. (East on S. Lander and its at the first corner, with 17th Ave. South.) Bus 36 the 60 and the 107 go to Beacon Hill Station as well. Carpool site for this date: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/h0ux6s Sign up to drive or ride. There is not a lot of street parking, so please take public transportation or arrive early.
Sunday, May 12, 2019 from 3-9pm
3-9pm
Repeat Series: Fill in what you missed before, or start the series now! Third of three workshops to advance us on ending racism in our work supporting climate justice. Led by Tara Villalba, Sweetwater, and others from the Mangrove Collective Overall Goals: 1. Co-create and co-keep a space that is safe enough to have some charged conversations about ending racism 2. Build relationships with other participants as we learn and commit to ending racism, genocide, and war, in our environmental justice work. 3. Build a practice around convivio and encuentro Solidarity with Natives: Indigenous sovereignty, broken treaties, settler colonialism, genocide, dignity, and respect Domestic, Dependent Nations, removal policies, no empty lands Cost: sliding scale, scholarships available Register in advance to guarantee your space: http://350seattle.org/people-gonna-rise/. Registration link will be working soon! Contact kara@350seattle.org to get on the interest list, or get more info. Come to all three if you can as they build on each other! These 6-hr workshops will be a mix of short presentations of how oppressions and oppressive systems work, and how individual experiences can intersect along axes of different oppressions, small group storytelling (longer times with opportunities for deeper sharing and deep listening), large group sharing (shorter and mostly of highlights from small group discussions), and time for individual creative reflection. Nearby public transit: Beacon Hill Light Rail Station: .1 mile, 2 minute walk.  (East on S. Lander and its at the first corner, with 17th Ave. South.) Bus 36 the 60 and the 107 go to Beacon Hill Station as well. Carpool site for this date: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/ihp9xt Sign up to drive or ride. There is not a lot of street parking, so please take public transportation or arrive early.

Past Events

Sunday
Mar
3
2019
Sunday, March 3, 2019 from 2-8pm
2-8pm
Repeat Series: Fill in any you missed before, or start the series now! Three workshops to advance us on ending racism in our work supporting climate justice. Led by Tara Villalba, Sweetwater, and others from the Mangrove Collective Overall Goals: 1. Co-create and co-keep a space that is safe enough to have some charged conversations about ending racism 2. Build relationships with other participants as we learn and commit to ending racism, genocide, and war, in our environmental justice work. 3. Build a practice around convivio and encuentro Save these dates! Undoing Anti-Black Racism—March 3 Allies to Immigrants—April 7 Solidarity with Natives—May 12 Undoing Anti-Black Racism: Anti-black racism, internalized racism, solidarity, stolen labor, invention of racism to Black Lives Matter creolization, tyrannies, capitalism Allies to Immigrants: Displacement and migration, deportation, privatization, bracero, war, and colonization, family trees, languages, resilient relationships, refugees Solidarity with Natives: Indigenous sovereignty, broken treaties, settler colonialism, genocide, dignity, and respect Domestic, Dependent Nations, removal policies, no empty lands Cost: sliding scale, scholarships available Register in advance to guarantee your space: http://350seattle.org/people-gonna-rise/. Registration link will be working soon! Contact kara@350seattle.org to get on the interest list, or get more info. Come to all three if you can as they build on each other! These 6-hr workshops will be a mix of short presentations of how oppressions and oppressive systems work, and how individual experiences can intersect along axes of different oppressions, small group storytelling (longer times with opportunities for deeper sharing and deep listening), large group sharing (shorter and mostly of highlights from small group discussions), and time for individual creative reflection. Nearby public transit: Beacon Hill Light Rail Station: .1 mile, 2 minute walk.  (East on S. Lander and its at the first corner, with 17th Ave. South.) Bus 36 the 60 and the 107 go to Beacon Hill Station as well. Carpool site for this date: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/msvnt4 Sign up to drive or ride. There is not a lot of street parking, so please take public transportation or arrive early.