ordered by date, most recent first
October 3 (Sunday) - Other
Walk for Hope
Join thousands of runners and walkers who will contribute to the Seattle Walk for Hope and raise cruicial funds for women's cancer research at City of Hope. more...
September 26 (Sunday) - Panel / Forum
A People's History of the UW
This May marks the 40th anniversary of the 1970
student strike in which thousands of UW students
demonstrated to protest the war in Vietnam in the wake
of the Kent State shootings. Two years earlier the
Black Student Union at UW occupied administration
buildings in a successful campaign to increase
opportunites for minority students. more...
September 25 (Saturday) - Other
El Centro de la Raza's 3rd Annual Auction Banquet
On September 25, 2010 El Centro de la Raza will hold its 3rd Annual Auction Banquet Celebrating las Américas: Meeting the Needs of Today – Creando una Esperanza para un Mejor Mañana. This event will both raise funds to support our 30 human service and community building programs and honor the cultures and histories of indigenous and Latin American peoples. more...
August 23 (Monday) - Other
Solidarity Divided discussion series
Solidarity Divided, co-authored by Black labor leader Bill Fletcher Jr. and Chicano unionist Fernando Gapasin, is the focus of a weekly discussion circle. The book provides a candid examination of the crisis in organized labor and a bold plan to integrate unions into the broader social justice movement. more...
August 21 (Saturday) - Protest / Demonstration
Seattle Hempfest 2010
The world's largest cannabis policy reform event, calling for an end to all laws prohibiting otherwise responsible adults from growing, providing, or utilizing cannabis. Speakers, musical performances, panel discussions, 400+ vendors.
August 21 (Saturday) - Music / Entertainment
This is an all-volunteer organized festival of art, music, and dance. Social justice organizations will be providing information and sharing ideas from tables. more...
August 16 (Monday) - Other
Summer Labor Picnic: Potluck in the Park and Report
Join other workers and labor activists for a potluck and a report from attendees of the Washington State Labor Council convention and from an activist from the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 21. more...
August 13 (Friday) - Panel / Forum
A Discussion with USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah
Following remarks from Aministrator Shah, a panel discussion will feature thought leaders from the public and private sectors to address technology’s impact on global development, with a specific focus on food security, foreign aid effectiveness, global health and entrepreneurship. more...
August 8 (Sunday) - Music / Entertainment
20th Anniversary Under The Volcano Festival of Art & Social Change
20th Anniversary of B.C.'s largest music & activism festival. Mainstage highlights include forum with Naomi Klein and Arthur Manuel, Sista Hailstorm, Olmeca, Veda Hille and many more. more...
August 6 (Friday) - Other
From Hiroshima to Hope
1000+ people gathering on Seattle's Green Lake to float lanterns in commemoration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Program starts 6pm, with music, storytelling and poetry. Toro Nagashi ceremony 9pm followed by lantern floating. more...
August 5 (Thursday) - Other
The Borgen Project Summer Bash
The Borgen Project is an innovative, national campaign that is bringing
political attention to global poverty. Join a diverse crowd, ranging from college students to diplomats at The Borgen Project’s 2010 Summer Bash. The event is Thursday, August 5th at The Triple Door in Downtown Seattle. Doors open at 6PM and tickets can be purchased online at borgenproject.org.
August 5 (Thursday) - Panel / Forum
August 5 Primary Election Forum
Join the Greater Seattle League of Women Voters for a Primary Election Forum to hear statewide candidates for two State Supreme Court seats and four local King County District 8 candidates prior to the August 17 primary election. more...
August 5 (Thursday) - Music / Entertainment
CALL-OUT GLOBAL POVERTY a Borgen Project Event
Support The Borgen Project's effort to downsize global poverty with a night out on the town. Spend the evening in the Triple Door's Musicquarium Lounge while enjoying live music, food from Wild Ginger, raffle items, and drinks! more...
August 2 (Monday) - Panel / Forum
What caused the Financial Meltdown?
With guest speakers, Nancie & Mark Koerber from Good Grief America, to explain the causes of the Financial Meltdown and Foreclosure Crisis - and what we're going to do about it. Sponsored by Washington CAN! more...
August 1 (Sunday) - Film / Video
Webcast: Anti-War Leaders and Veterans Respond to the WikiLeaks Revelations
World Can't Wait will present a national webcast of anti-war leaders and veterans responding to the WikiLeaks revelations. What should we do NOW, immediately to end the occupations of Afghanistan & Iraq?
Featuring Dahr Jamail, Cindy Sheehan, Debra Sweet, Ray McGovern and more... more...
July 31 (Saturday) - Other
Come to a Birthday Celebration for Heidi Durham, a Livewire Leader!
Come to a Birthday Celebration for Heidi Durham, a Livewire Leader! more...
July 27 (Tuesday) - Meeting
Rally for SCAN's Future
Do you care about SCAN, Seattle’s public access television station (Comcast 77, Broadstripe 23, www.scantv.org)?
The future of SCAN is in jeopardy, and we need you to come show your support and learn and how you can help ensure SCAN’s future! more...
July 21 (Wednesday) - Other
The Logic of Marxism
The Logic of Marxism, by socialist scholar George Novack, is the topic of a nine-week discussion series. This book provides an accessible introduction to Marx’s dialectical materialism and contrasts it with other political philosophies. more...
July 21 (Wednesday) - Panel / Forum
Voices of Diversity radio debate between Tea Party founder & Socialist Alternative activist
Live call-in talk show "Voices of Diversity" will present a live debate between Tea Party Movement founder Keli Carender and Socialist Alternative organizer Ramy Khalil. more...
July 20 (Tuesday) - Conference
Africa Needs Free Justice. The Fifth Annual A World Beyond Capitalism Conference Organizers
Africa Needs Free Justice (ANFJ) Mobile Event & Intentional Community. July 20 through August 20 A Mobile Event & Intentional Community created for the Design, Collaboration & Implementation of Multicultural Social Justice Projects & Groups. A Training Grounds & Theory-Meets-Action Camp for Social Justice Organizers & Those Who Desire To Become Social Justice Organizers. You Provide the Dream. We Provide the Tools & Community to Help Make Those Dreams Come True. more...