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December 31 (Wednesday) - Protest / Demonstration
New Year's Eve 2013 peace vigil
On New year's eve 2013 join us at the peace vigil! This peace vigil has been going on for years every Tuesday from 11-1pm at the Seattle federal building on 2nd Ave. A short ceremony at noon names the WA state soldiers and Iraqi and Afghan civilians lost.  more...

December 31 (Wednesday) - Protest / Demonstration
Rock in the New Year With Resistance to Police Murder!
If you think police murder must stop! Be out to carry this message at Seattle Center on New Year's Eve where thousands will be. https://www.facebook.com/events/919883551356975/  more...

December 31 (Wednesday) - Music / Entertainment
Ring in Freedom on New Years Eve! Celebrate the Power of Protest
Featuring: ~ Fuelin' Resistance Buffet ~ An Irreverent Review of 2014 ~ Dancing ~ Party Favors ~ No Host Bar  more...

December 25 (Thursday) - Protest / Demonstration
15th Annual Christmas DrugWar Vigil at King County Jail
This will be our 15th year of peaceful presence at King County Jail to protest the incarceration of otherwise law abiding, responsible Americans for cannabis and other non-violent drug crimes. Any peaceful person is invited, pets must be leashed at all times.  more...

December 19 (Friday) - Film / Video
Nothing Like Chocolate, Beacon Hill Meaningful Movie
Free movie, free popcorn! Free film about one man determined to produce slave free chocolate.  more...

December 15 (Monday) - Protest / Demonstration
Into The Streets For Equality & The End Of Systemic Racism
Please join us if you feel that #BlackLivesMatter and you are angry about the recent non indictments for killer cops. All out in the streets December 15th for the end of inequality and systemic racism. Things need to change. Everyday the police kill more of our brothers and sisters. It is time for systemic racism to end. #ThisEndsNow  more...

December 13 (Saturday) - Workshop / Training
21 Acres: Cookie and Gingerbread Decorating Class
Cookie decorating is a holiday tradition. Leave the chemical food colorings at the store as our kitchen team teaches you how to make colorful dyes from fruit and vegetable powders. Take home our delicious shortbread and gingerbread cookie recipes, and half a dozen of your own cookie creations. And don't forget to bring the kids for the hands on decorating.  more...

December 13 (Saturday) - Other
Tamale Making Classes
Have you always wanted to learn how to make tamales? Chef Jamie Pi?a Bautista has been involved at El Centro de la Raza for over 20 years and is a culinary graduate of the Art Institute of Seattle. Each class includes a recipe and one dozen tamales.  more...

December 13 (Saturday) - Protest / Demonstration
"Hands Up, Knees Down!"
Through nonviolence we fight to end the crisis of police brutality towards the Black Community and for a restructuring of our criminal justice system, of our unfair educational system, of inequitable economic opportunities, we fight for the Black Community. Justice for all. We fight.  more...

December 13 (Saturday) - Protest / Demonstration
#DONTSHOOTCANTBREATHE
This is a peaceful protest that will start at red square and make it's way downtown.  more...

December 12 (Friday) - Workshop / Training
21 Acres: Farm to Table Holidays Class
Celebrate the holidays with 21 Acres with a look at how to incorporate local foods into your holiday dishes. Join our kitchen team and Registered Dietitian Matt Keen to learn how to make a nutritious meal from local ingredients, and tips for holiday eating that won't break your calorie budget. Learn how to make apple and mushroom-stuffed pork tenderloin, roasted root vegetable medley, black bean, squash and kale salad, and honey glazed carrots and parsnips, in this hands on class.  more...

December 12 (Friday) - Conference
Budget Matters 2014 Policy Conference
One-day conference on relevant policy issues facing Washington state; hosted by the Washington Budget & Policy Center. Conference features keynote speakers Governor Jay Inslee and Harold Meyerson, editorial writer for the Washington Post. Additional guest include Sen. Michael Baumgartner, Rep. Ross Hunter, Rep. Reuven Carlyle and many more.  more...

December 11 (Thursday) - Lecture / Talk
Economic Prosperity through Equality
Seattle?s $15 minimum wage legislation, in part brought about to combat race and gender income inequalities, has sparked not only a local, but national discussion of income equity. This discussion will focus on local and national income inequality trends. Harold Meyerson, opinion writer at The Washington Post and Editor-at Large of The American Prospect, will appear in conversation with local reporter David ?Goldy? Goldstein, in a discussion of this pressing issue. Jerry Large, columnist at The Seattle Times, will moderate.  more...

December 11 (Thursday) - Workshop / Training
21 Acres: My Local Pantry
From hummus to salad dressing and everything in between, our kitchen team and Registered Dietitian will teach you how to pack your pantry with foods that you can make yourself, easily and cheaply, using local ingredients. Enjoy the fruits of your labor afterward as you sit down to taste these wonderful creations.  more...

December 10 (Wednesday) - Panel / Forum
Seattle Public Municipal Bank Forum
The event is a panel discussion focused on the concept and advantages of a Seattle public municipal bank. A public bank could reduce city reliance on expensive private bond issuances, finance city projects while lowering reliance on taxation, and partner with community banks and credit unions to support small business, public projects, and other local endeavors. The event is free and open to the public.  more...

December 9 (Tuesday) - Lecture / Talk
Patrisse Cullors co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter" Budget Matters 2015 Summit
Hear from Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, and a provocative panel of community leaders at the Budget Matters 2015 Summit. Join the conversation about how progress as a society requires racial equity in policymaking and state budget decisions. The summit is hosted by the Washington State Budget & Policy Center.  more...

December 7 (Sunday) - Lecture / Talk
Film and Fundraiser for the Unist'ot'en Camp
The Unist'ot'en Camp is a grassroots indigenous community reclaiming their traditional rights and lands and blocking Tar Sands and Fracked Gas pipelines in "British Columbia". Join community members on December 7th for an anti-thanksgiving gathering with all proceeds from the event going to the Unist?ot?en Camp! Suggested donation at the door is $5 and will include snacks.  more...

December 6 (Saturday) - Workshop / Training
21 Acres: Soup-in-a-Jar; Warm Gifts for a Cold Season Class
Surprise the ones you love with a homemade gift to keep them warm on those cold winter nights. Great for kids and adults, bring the whole family to learn how to create a soup mix that is sure to please. Choose from chicken noodle soup, chili, lentil soup, or build your own, our kitchen staff will help you with every colorful layer of these delicious soup starters.  more...

December 6 (Saturday) - Workshop / Training
21 Acres: Start Right- How to Make Good Food for Growing Kids
Join 21 Acres on the first Saturday of every month and learn how to prepare your own local, seasonal food for your infant and toddler. Participants will help prepare their own pureed baby food or delicious toddler snack and also learn about general, infant, and toddler specific food safety.  more...

December 5 (Friday) - Film / Video
MEANINGFUL MOVIES Presents the Film: "A WILL FOR THE WOODS"
Film: "A WILL FOR THE WOODS" (94 min, Amy Browne, Jeremy Kaplan, Tony Hale, Brian Wilson, 2014) WITH THE PEOPLE'S MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION, And a fascinating discussion about Green Burials. ...What if our last act could be a gift to the planet?  more...




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