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10:10 am

POSTPONED Film on Gaza, Seattle

March 15 @ 10:10 am
St Marks Bloedel Hall, 1245 10th Ave E
Seattle, WA United States
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The March 15 showing has been postponed. March 15, and May 10, 10:10 am, at Bloedel Hall at Saint Mark's Cathedral, 1245 10th Ave E, Seattle;  Saint Mark's Mideast Focus Ministry Presents:  Film This is Gaza, parts I and II. A two-part series featuring films created in Gaza by Seattle filmmaker Jen Marlowe.  Info https://saintmarks.org/justice/mideast-focus-film-series/

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6:30 pm

POSTPONED Seattle FOR Program

March 15 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Woodland Park Presbyterian Church, 225 N 70 St, Seattle + Google Map

this event has been postponed!  watch for info about rescheduling Seattle Fellowship of Reconciliation presents Beth Brunton on Emerging: More Earth Care, Less Warfare Sunday, March 15, 2020, 6:30-8:30 p.m., at Woodland Park Presbyterian Church, 225 N 70 St, Seattle - Near #5 bus. All are welcome! Free, an offering will be taken. Info 206-789-5565 or wwfor@wwfor.org Just in time to protect and sustain life on planet earth, a powerful, diverse, justice movement is emerging. From youth, indigenous, immigrants and allies, new leaders are rising to organize, march and vote for peace, racial, economic and environmental justice. From our experience as lifelong peace and justice advocates, let’s reflect on our stories, lessons, and strategies to share with newer organizers as we learn new ways from new friends how to build sustainable peace. Beth Brunton, a leader of Earth Care not Warfare, was a founder of the Central America Peace Campaign, Rainier Valley Neighbors for Peace and Justice, and other peace and justice organizations. As a teen, she studied as a Rotary Exchange student in Hiroshima, Japan. She earned a J.D. from UW, worked for the NW Labor & Employment law office. With a degree in Economics & Education, she taught at Rainier Beach and in alternative public schools. She learned much from her husband Dwight, a community organizer, then a county and state elected official. She’s delighted that her two children and four grandchildren live biking distance from their home.

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