Mothers for Police Accountability Justice Breakfast

October 29, 2010

Mothers for Police Accountability invites you to join them for their:

1st Annual Mother’s Justice Breakfast

Thursday November 4, 2010 @ 7:00 AM
Central Area Senior Center
500 30th Avenue South, Seattle, 98144

Cost $10

In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings we pay our selves the highest tribute
“Thurgood Marshell”

We invite you to join us as we celebrate our past and organize for our future. Space is limited so please RSVP today to reserve your space! For more information and to reserve your seat contact Rev. Harriett Walden (206) 380-1710


Stop Police Brutality!

October 18, 2010

Upcoming 15th annual national day of demonstration against police brutality, repression, and the criminalization of a generation.


Gather @ 5:30pm @ Seattle Central Community College (Broadway and Pine on Capitol Hill) for rally

Followed by march to downtown to sites of police Brutality and Murder! info or 206-264-5527


October 6, 2010

Check out the flurry of posts below… lots of great events are coming up in Seattle! Please send an email to if you’d like to start working on projects.  Here’s a couple quick self-care videos… from Janelle Monae’s new album Archandroid, which might have been the un-official BTS summer soundtrack… yup, yup.

Film Screening and Q&A with Community Organizers

October 6, 2010

Papers: Stories of Undocumented Youth

Monday, October 11, 6:00PM
Pigott Auditorium

Please join us for a campus screening of the film Papers: Stories of Undocumented Youth, which addresses issues facing undocumented immigrant high school and college students. Those attending will receive resources about immigration and policy reform, as well as questions to help them critically analyze the film.
Immediately following the film, two community organizers, Alonso Chehade (Washington DREAM Act Coalition) and Sandy Restrepo (El Comité Pro Reforma Migratoria y Justicia Social), will share their perspectives about immigration policy reform. A brief Q&A will follow.
Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Graduate Student Council, International Student Center, MEChA, Muslim Students Association, Society of Feminists, Student Bar Association, SU Student Development Association, and Triangle Club. (Questions: or 206-296-6070)

4th Annual Reel Grrls Gala and Auction

October 6, 2010

Purchase Tickets

Featuring guest of honor Anne Rossellini, writer/producer of acclaimed film Winter’s Bone

When: Saturday, October 23rd 2010, 6:30 pm
: FareStart Restaurant, 700 Virginia Street, Seattle, WA
: All tickets include salad, dinner, wine, and a complimentary ticket to a screening of Winter’s Bone, on Sunday, October 24, 4:00 pm at Central Cinema

$85 — main floor seating
$65 — balcony seating

Purchase Tickets

Contact Karen Hirsch at to purchase a table.

More: If you’d like to donate an auction item, volunteer at the event, or become an event sponsor – just drop Karen an email at

Can’t make it? Visit our donate page to show your support for Reel Grrls!

Pinay sa Seattle accepting submissions for “DIWATA”

October 6, 2010

Pinay sa Seattle is now accepting submissions for our 4th Annual Anniversary show:

(deity/goddess/mythological figure)
Oct 28 & Oct 29
In Celebration of Day of the Dead (honoring our ancestors and martyrs)

To explore our own stories of (re)birth and (re)creation, we invite the community to share with us your interpretation and representation of your “creation story,” based on myths and legends of different cultures, family history, dreams, past lives, and anything else you consider part of your identity. This can be in the form of dance, film, photography, poetry, narratives, song, visual art and all other mediums of creativity.**  All are welcome to join our writing circle every Wednesday 6:30-8:30. If you have any questions, please e-mail Julz at

**Performance pieces can be no longer than ten minutes. You are not required to perform in order to submit a piece. Being Filipin@ or a woman is also not a requirement. Submission deadline is October 13, 2010.

Screening & Panel Presentation of The Line at the Center for Sex and Culture

October 6, 2010

Join the conversation about sexual boundaries with this screening and panel presentation with the filmmaker.

Told through a sex-positive lens, THE LINE is a 24 minute documentary about a young woman – the filmmaker — who is raped. Refusing to be a victim, the filmmaker confronts her attacker, recording the conversation with a hidden camera. Sex workers, survivors and activists discuss justice, accountability and today’s “rape culture.” The film asks the question: Where is the line defining consent?

The film will be followed by a panel discussion including the filmmaker, Nancy Schwartzman; Good Vibrations Staff Sexologist Carol Queen; Broadsheet’s Tracy Clark Flory; and others TBA.

When: October 12. 2010
Time: 7:30pm – 9:30pm
$10-$12 suggested donation
Center for Sex and Culture – 1519 Mission St (between 11th and South Van Ness)

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