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Follow our community events board to find opportunities to make connections across cultures and even to practice community language skills! If you have an event you’d like posted, email us and direct us to your Facebook page or event. Please note: we can only support Facebook events that relate to our listed community languages.

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Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration!

Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration!

Wednesday May 24th - 5:45pm - Wednesday May 24th - 8:00pm

Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) Overlook

Kapamilya!

Have you ever wanted to learn what Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month is all about?!?! The Filipino American Student Association sa UWB will be hosting this years celebration!! Come out and learn with us! There will be LOTS to do. We have MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR RAFFLES/TRIVIAS, A PHOTOBOOTH, GROUP DANCES, FREE FOOD, GAMESHOW ACTIVITES, OPEN STAGE, PERFORMANCES AND MUCH MORE!!!

We will also be looking back at FASA sa UWB's founding year AND honouring our outgoing officers and welcoming in the new officers!! SOO COME THROUGH YOU GUYS! You won't want to miss it 😎
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15 interested  ·  15 going
Displaced: Refugee Voices in Conversation

Displaced: Refugee Voices in Conversation

Wednesday May 24th - 7:30pm - Wednesday May 24th - 9:00pm

Town Hall Seattle
1119 8th Ave
Seattle, WA  98101 Map

NWIRHC and Town Hall present
Displaced: Refugee Voices in Conversation

Refugees are forced to flee their home and country due to violence and persecution, and this history continues to inform their perspective for years to come. Opening comments at this event will be offered by Mherdad, a former refugee from Chad who works locally with World Relief. Hear from a panel of refugees, assembled by The Northwest Immigrant and Refugee Health Coalition (NWIRHC), about the way that the current political climate, and President Trump’s executive orders are affecting the refugee community. The panel will also discuss their experiences, both as former refugees and direct service providers for newly resettled families, as well as advocates for the millions of people who are currently in limbo, hoping to find a safe place for themselves and their families. Finally, panel members will give their perspective on how community members can engage with the issues discussed and turn the information learned in this conversation into action.
The panel will be moderated by Andrew Kritovich, a former refugee from Ukraine and Director of International Counseling and Community Services at Lutheran Community Services Northwest.

7:30PM, Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Great Hall
$5
Doors open at 6:30PM. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
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604 interested  ·  152 going
Lena Khalaf Tuffaha: Poetry Reading

Lena Khalaf Tuffaha: Poetry Reading

Thursday May 25th - 7:00pm - Thursday May 25th - 9:00pm

Kane Hall
1410 NE Campus Parkway
Seattle, WA  98195 Map

Join us for a night of poetry with Lena Khalaf Tuffaha who will read poems from her books Arab in Newsland and recently released Water & Salt.

Lena Khalaf Tuffaha is a poet, writer, and translator. She is the winner of the 2016 Two Sylvias Press Chapbook Prize for Arab in Newsland, and the author of Water & Salt, a book of poems forthcoming from Red Hen Press in April 2017.
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Unite US Now - Spring Event

Unite US Now - Spring Event

Thursday May 25th - 7:00pm - Thursday May 25th - 9:00pm

Optimism Brewing Company
1158 Broadway
Seattle, WA  98122 Map

Hello All,

Unite US Now is a movement aimed at bringing to light stories about America that represent the cooperation, positivism, and human interest that is often lost in our modern society.

The event is coming together! We currently have 4 organizations committed to the event.

What this event is about?

This event will be a roundtable, small group discussion event where your skills, talents, and brillance will be used to benefit some local organizations doing great work. You will get the chance to sit with a small group and brainstorm together ways to assist each organzation in solving a problem or implementing a new project they are working on.

This event will be semi-informal and is aimed at facilitating discussion and conversation in small groups. It's going to be really fun! Hope to see you there!

Thank you,

Kolena, Christine, Tanner, Andrea
Unite US Now Event Team
unitedstoriesofamerica@gmail.com
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26 interested  ·  12 going
The Seventh Art Stand: A Stray

The Seventh Art Stand: A Stray

Thursday May 25th - 7:30pm - Thursday May 25th - 9:30pm

Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA  98122 Map

** These films are part of The Seventh Art Stand - for complete series details, visit nwfilmforum.org/live/page/series/4362 **

The Seventh Art Stand is sponsored by the Seattle Globalist: Elevating diverse voices through media. Learn more at seattleglobalist.com

(Musa Syeed, US, 2016, 82 min)

Free event! Introduction by Iman Ali

Thursday, May 25 at 07:30PM

In Minneapolis’ large Somali refugee community, Adan has nowhere to go. His mom kicked him out, and his friends are tired of his headstrong ways. As a last resort, he moves into the mosque, praying for a little help. Surprisingly, God seems to answer. Adan quickly lands a good job, devout friends, and a newfound faith. When Adan nearly hits a stray dog on the job, he’s forced to take it in for a night. But one of his new mosque friends considers the dog impure, and he throws Adan out. With Adan back on the streets, surrounded by his old crew, ex-girlfriends, prying FBI agents, and his estranged family, the dog may be his only friend as he tries to keep his faith and get through the night.

"Abdirahman brings Adan to life with a magnetic camera presence and the rare gift of performing without seeming to act." – The Minneapolis Star Tribune

“A truly empathetic look at the immigrant experience in today's jittery American ‘homeland.’” – Film Journal International
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24 interested  ·  4 going
Immigration Policy and Practice in Seattle and Puget Sound

Immigration Policy and Practice in Seattle and Puget Sound

Friday May 26th - 10:30am - Friday May 26th - 12:00pm

The National Bureau of Asian Research 1414 NE 42nd Street, Suite 300, George Russell Hall, Seattle WA.

The Slade Gorton International Policy Center invites you to join us for a panel discussion with Microsoft and Northwest Immigrant Rights Project to discuss what the future of immigration policy looks like on a local and state-wide scale from a corporate and non-profit perspective in Washington State.

This program is being planned and developed by the students of the Gorton Center Global Leaders Program, a year-long leadership development program for undergraduate, graduate and law students from the Puget Sound area to inspire the next generation of global leadership.

Please join us for a roundtable discussion, moderated by former U.S. Senator Slade Gorton, as the panel discusses immigration policy at the multilateral level.

Please RSVP at: goo.gl/forms/XU8Acmw954oy9Dj03
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15 interested  ·  9 going
Northwest Folklife Festival 2017

Northwest Folklife Festival 2017

Friday May 26th - 11:00am - Monday May 29th - 10:00pm

Northwest Folklife
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA  98109 Map

Northwest Folklife is an independent arts organization that celebrates the multigenerational arts, cultures, and traditions of a global Pacific Northwest, 365 days of the year. For 45 years, Northwest Folklife has been deeply committed celebrating the diversity of our Northwest communities and de-mystifying our differences together, under one roof. We believe that arts and cultures build stronger communities.

Each year, Northwest Folklife presents the ‘Cultural Focus’, a year-round exploration of a Pacific Northwest community through special performances, panels, workshops, exhibitions, demonstrations, activities and educational materials. This program allows Folklife to connect more in depth with the people that we serve and empower their artistic expressions and cultural traditions.

Northwest Folklife’s 2017 Cultural Focus: Festál Turns 20 will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Seattle Center’s Festál Cultural Festivals. Composed of 23 regional community organizations, including the Northwest Folklife Festival, Festál presents world festivals highlighting the distinct arts, cultures and common threads of ethnic communities. As the longest running Festál organization, Northwest Folklife will engage with Festál communities to curate and plan year-round arts, culture and ‘folklife’ programming, such as performances, panels and workshops with Festál community colleagues. Northwest Folklife will also serve as a resource and support to each Festál community by conducting one-on-one meetings, group trainings, and promotion throughout the year. These promotions will highlight key community leaders and volunteers from each festival as identified by festival organizers.
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Asians in Entertainment

Asians in Entertainment

Friday May 26th - 6:30pm - Friday May 26th - 8:30pm

Stone Lounge Bellevue
1020 Bellevue Way NE
Bellevue, WA  98004 Map

Join us in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and meet three Asian Americans who are working in one of the most challenging industries in the U.S., the Entertainment industry. Come hear their stories and learn what it takes to survive and thrive in this industry and how to combat stereotypes against Asian Americans.

NAAAP-Seattle, KAC-WA, and Seattle Asian American Film Festival proudly present "Asians in Entertainment."

Date & Time: Friday, May 26th, 2017, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stone Lounge Belleve
Cost: FREE and OPEN TO ALL
**Food and drinks will be available for purchase**

Elaine Kao is an actress working in film, television, stage, and commercials. Film credits include BRIDESMAIDS, RED DOORS (Winner of the Tribeca film festival narrative feature), MADE IN CHINATOWN (winner of the NBC Short Cuts Film Festival). She has guest starred in numerous TV shows including FRESH OFF THE BOAT, HAWAII 5-0, NCIS-LA, CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM, and is a series regular in the upcoming ABC webseries AMERICAN KOKO due out later this year. Elaine has worked onstage at East West Players, Lodestone Theatre Ensemble, The Cleveland Playhouse, Company of Angels, Sacred Fools, and South Coast Repertory. She can currently be seen on national commercials for Geico, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Cox Communications, and Citibank.

Jiyon Halstrom is a Korean American living in Los Angeles. She was in the marines and trained to be a carpenter. She has done set work for East West Players (an Asian American Theater), done lighting and set design for General Hospital, All My Children and is currently at the James Cordon Show.

Phillip TK Yin was previously the Anchor/Reporter for Bloomberg Television and CNBC Asia Television. His interviews include former U.S. Labor Secretary Elaine Chao, Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Lagarde, World Bank President, Standard and Poor's President Sharma on the historic U.S. debt downgrade, and tennis champion Roger Federer. He’s conducted over 4500+ interviews including coverage of the 2012 U.S. Presidential elections. He has moderated/participated on global events including, Davos in Switzerland, OECD Paris meetings, IMF World Bank Meetings, World Congress covering climate change, and the Clean Energy Shanghai Conference. He’s covered the 2011 Japanese Tsunami, the European Debt Crisis, and the U.S. Political budget shutdown between Congress and the White House.

We look forward to a fun night with Elaine, Jiyon, and Phillip. This is one event you won't want to miss. Be sure to join us!
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Shes the Boss - Seattle International Film Festival

She's the Boss - Seattle International Film Festival

Friday May 26th - 9:00pm - Wednesday June 7th - 7:00pm

SIFF
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA  98109 Map

Vietnam

After an office manager and a junior employee break a cardinal rule prohibiting intra-office romance, they comically try to sabotage one another into leaving their job in this unhinged, endearing, slapstick romance from Vietnam.

www.siff.net/festival/shes-the-boss
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Performance for NorthWest Folklife

Performance for NorthWest Folklife

Saturday May 27th - 10:00am - Saturday May 27th - 7:00pm

Seattle Center
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA  98109 Map

At the Northwest Folklife festival 2017, our group will be performing! Be sure to stop by! 🙂

1 interested  ·  1 going
UW Bothell VSA Presents Lotus In Full Bloom

UW Bothell VSA Presents "Lotus In Full Bloom"

Saturday May 27th - 5:00pm - Saturday May 27th - 9:00pm

Mobius Hall
18115 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA  98011 Map

The University of Washington Bothell Vietnamese Student Association presents to you our first ever annual culture show: Lotus in Full Bloom! Join us on an evening of entertainment, food, and a story about a Vietnamese-American who finds herself in the 1970s that dwells you into the Vietnamese culture. It's a show you do not want to miss!

We are open to the public. Friends and family are all welcomed to attend the show. We are also committed to serving those who are ADA so do not hesitate if you want to attend the show!

This show is co-hosted by Taiwanese Student Association of UW Bothell (TSAUWB) and sponsored by Service and Activities Fee Committee (SAF) and Club Council.

Doors open 5:00pm
Show starts 6:00pm

Tickets:
FREE for UWB students and faculty with proof of ID
Non-UWB RSVP online: $10
At the door: $12
Reserve your tickets NOW at: tinyurl.com/uwbvsalotus

Attire:
Semi-Formal or Ao Dai (traditional Vietnamese dress)

The University of Washington is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodations or get any questions answered, contact uwbvsa@gmail.com.
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Russian Films at Seattle International Film Festival

Russian Films at Seattle International Film Festival

Saturday May 27th - 6:00pm - Saturday June 10th - 6:00pm

SIFF
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA  98109 Map

Practice your Russian and catch a film at the same time with these great entries in this year's Seattle International Film Festival
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Ivan (www.siff.net/festival/ivan)

Ivan is an ambulance driver in a small Russian town who becomes inspired to make much-needed changes to his life after he unexpectedly becomes the temporary guardian of a charming yet sassy ten-year-old girl in this funny and compassionate drama.

Zoology (www.siff.net/festival/zoology)

After middle-aged introvert Natasha discovers a tail growing from the bottom of her spine it sparks a newfound femininity and hunger for life that leads her to a handsome X-ray technician in this whimsical, romantic tale of transformation.

Paradise (www.siff.net/festival/paradise)

Andrei Konchalovsky (Runaway Train) won Best Director at the Venice Film Festival for this stunning monochrome wartime character drama that alternates between the accounts of a resistance fighter and her Nazi oppressors.
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Tiny, Great Realities: personal cinema and the Filipino diaspora

Tiny, Great Realities: personal cinema and the Filipino diaspora

Sunday May 28th - 3:00pm - Sunday May 28th - 4:30pm

SIFF Film Center
305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA  98109 Map

Documentary filmmaking is traditionally thought to be objective and impartial in capturing truths about the world, but we all know "truth" to be more complicated than that. There are many sides of the story, sometimes contradictory, sometimes just different shades of the truth.

In recent years, there has been a rise of what filmmaker Alisa Lebow calls the first-person film--what we will call personal cinema--that reveals the intricate subjectivities of film and filmmakers. Through a series of short films and film excerpts hosted by Film scholar and Diwa filmfest organizer Adrian Alarilla, we will explore how personal cinema has been made to good use by contemporary Filipino and diasporic Filipino filmmakers to more completely describe their multi-faceted lives, as well as see how the tiniest personal story can convey great cultural realities.

Featuring:
Distance Between by RJ Lozada
To Manong Carlos by Adrian Alarilla
It Runs in the Family by Joella Cabalu (excerpt)
Some More Rice by Kidlat Tahimik
Bontok, Rapeless by Lester Valle and Carla Ocampo (excerpt)
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Juliana & PAVA at Northwest Folklife 2017

Juliana & PAVA at Northwest Folklife 2017

Sunday May 28th - 3:00pm - Sunday May 28th - 3:30pm

Charlotte Martin Theater
201 Thomas St
Seattle, WA  98109 Map

Dear friends,

Once again, Juliana & PAVA will share authentic Russian singing traditions at our favorite festival, Northwest Folklife! You will experience a journey into the life of a Russian village filled with songs, dances and games that have been passed through generations for centuries. As usual, we will wear authentic colorful costumes brought from the villages and play rare traditional instruments. You will hear your favorite songs from our repertoire and newly learned songs!

The Northwest Folklife Festival is the largest free festival of traditional art, crafts, and music in North America. Northwest Folklife will take place from May 26 through May 29 at Seattle Center.

This year we are performing at Charlotte Martin Theater on Sunday, May 28, at 3pm, opening the Slavic Voices showcase.

More information:
Juliana & PAVA: www.facebook.com/Juliana.PAVA.EthnoRussia
Northwest Folklife: www.nwfolklife.org/festival/

Admission is free, but we strongly encourage you to support the festival by making a suggested donation at the entrance.
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Daytime Screening: Tickling Giants (Bassem Youssef)

Daytime Screening: Tickling Giants (Bassem Youssef)

Tuesday May 30th - 12:30pm - Tuesday May 30th - 2:30pm

Building N201 at Bellevue College

The Arabic Culture Student Association of BC will be hosting a screening of Tickling Giants--a documentary on the Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef, who hosted Al-Bernameg, a satirical news program, until he was put in exile. There will also be light snacks provided.... See MoreSee Less

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Teens and Tweens: Cultural Competency Training

Teens and Tweens: Cultural Competency Training

Tuesday May 30th - 6:00pm - Tuesday May 30th - 8:00pm

White Center Library
1409 SW 107th Street
Seattle, WA  98146 Map

The Cultural Competency training is geared towards teens and tweens to help them create awareness and to open a dialogue where they can express their thoughts and concerns.

Rudy Garza, a Certified Prevention professional, is Coordinator of the Coalition for Drug-Free Youth, North Highline and unincorporated King County White Center. His knowledge of cultural competency comprises extensive training, experience serving an ethnically diverse community and prior professional experience in community and governmental affairs in the private and public sectors with multi-cultural populations in Texas, California and Washington.

The Cultural Competence training he conducts is designed to create awareness of the cultures around us, identify cultures within cultures, and how to determine cultural competence in ourselves, individuals and organizations.


Light refreshments provided by the White Center Library Guild.

kcls.bibliocommons.com/events/58e26b34686afb2b004903d3
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Arabic Heritage Week at BC

Arabic Heritage Week at BC

Wednesday May 31st - 11:00am - Thursday June 1st - 2:30pm

BC Courtyard

Come down to the BC Courtyard to learn more about the Arabic Culture Student Association and visit our annual souq for henna, caligraphy, fresh produce, Middle Eastern treats, clothing, crafts, beauty, Arabic music and dance, and help support the Salam Cultural Museum (a local nonprofit that gives aid directly to Syrian refugees). Don't forget to come to our screening of Tickling Giants on the 30th as well!... See MoreSee Less

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Inside the Activist Studio:An interview Featuring Ubax Gardheere

Inside the Activist Studio:An interview Featuring Ubax Gardheere

Thursday June 1st - 6:00pm - Thursday June 1st - 8:00pm

The Hillman City Collaboratory
5623 Rainier Ave S
Seattle, WA  98118 Map

Formally known as the Quarterly Community Gathering, join us for a chance to network with community members and hear from Ubax Gardheere, a local community organizer and leader. We will also be officially announcing our new strategic direction and the holistic capacity-building work RVC will be engaging in, moving forward.

Please RSVP here: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeYmHWOQqymNJx0V2epkNBW2aJb1h0rqs687L7kic5yfbTPyQ/viewform?c=0&w=1
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Equity Leaders Unite!

Equity Leaders Unite!

Friday June 2nd - 9:00am - Friday June 2nd - 4:30pm

2100 24th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144-4632, United States

Whether it is called diversity, equity and inclusion, multiculturalism, or anti-racism, the role of leading equity initiatives in the workplace can be challenging. Many organizations have created these positions in the past ten years, and those hired are coming in without any clear direction. Equity leaders often feel isolated and can quickly become frustrated or feel overwhelmed.

However, if we can come together to collaborate and learn from each other’s mistakes and successes, perhaps we can craft an easier path forward. As Paulo Freire said, “We make the road by walking.”

This workshop provides an opportunity for equity leaders to share strategies for organizational change, problem solve some of the challenges they face, and to network. Each participant will be asked to bring an example of a success story, strategy, or tool to share. Everyone will be given time to discuss challenges and hear the best thinking from their colleagues.

Facilitators Caprice Hollins and Ilsa Govan will share a model of multicultural organizational development and strategies for change we’ve identified over the past eight years in our work with hundreds of organizations.

We’d love for you to be part of this community where we share ideas to successfully address equity, inclusion and social justice in organizations. Our goal is for participants to come away with new tools for this important work as well as supportive partnerships they can lean on for many years to come. Won’t you join us?
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Little Saigon Food & Cooks Tour

Little Saigon Food & Cooks Tour

Friday June 2nd - 11:00am - Friday June 2nd - 1:30pm

Huong Binh Restaurant
1207 S Jackson St
Seattle, WA  98144 Map

Join Ethnic Seattle as we take you to the heart of Little Saigon! Taste, savor, and learn about the unique businesses that are the heart of this community, its people, and culture.

Highlights Include:
– Tastings at a tofu factory, popular Vietnamese market, and more!
– Lunch at one of Seattle’s best kept secrets.
– Insider’s scoop of the history, culture and community of Little Saigon.
– Ethnic Seattle swag bag of goodies and recipes.

Tickets are $65 and space is limited!
Free parking available in the Ding How Center parking lot.
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KAC WA Hiking Series: Poo Poo Point

KAC WA Hiking Series: Poo Poo Point

Saturday June 3rd - 8:30am - Saturday June 3rd - 11:30am

Eastgate Park And Ride
14200 SE Eastgate Way
Bellevue, WA  98007 Map

RSVP on eventbrite: kacwahike-poopoopoint.eventbrite.com/

Join KAC-WA for the first hike in the Hiking Series for the summer season!

The first hike, Poo Poo Point, is friendly for beginner hikers to get familiar with hiking and prepare them for the next intermediate and advanced hikes in the series. Our program goal is to engage especially newcomers to Seattle to build a civic-minded community around active activities like hiking.

Poo Poo Point lies on a shoulder of West Tiger Mountain. The Point offers a fine view northwest across Issaquah and Lake Sammamish toward Bellevue's downtown and to the west towards Squak and Cougar Mountains, with a hint of Seattle's tallest buildings showing beyond. There is a large clear area used as a launching pad by paragliders. Maybe we'll see some paragliders on the day.

Hike Trail Description:
Poo Poo Point
LENGTH: 7.2 miles, roundtrip
ELEVATION Gain: 1858 ft.
Highest Point: 2021 ft.
Parking Pass/Entry Fee: None needed
www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/poo-poo-point

Public Transportation to Meeting Point from Downtown Seattle:
Take 8:25 AM bus #554 towards Issaquah.
- Get on from: 2nd Ave & Stewart St
- Get off at stop: I-90 Expressway Ramp & 142nd Pl (Eastgate Park and Ride) (arrive 8:47 am)
The bus departs promptly and once an hour so please arrive before the departure time.

Drivers to Meeting Point:
All drivers will meet at "Eastgate Park and Ride". Please arrive before the bus, by 8:40 AM.
- Eastgate Park and Ride, Bellevue, WA 98007
Once we pickup all the passengers and get a headcount, then we'll drive to the trailhead together.

From Meeting Point to Trailhead:
TRAILHEAD Co-ordinates: 47.5195, -122.0299
From I-90 east, take Exit 17 for Front Street and head south through the picturesque old downtown. 2.8 miles from the exit, find the new parking lot.
For alternative parking you could check the Issaquah High School lot. The entrance is 0.3 miles north on Second Ave SE. There are several sections to the lot, and some sections are marked on the pavement "Staff Only." Try to find a slot in an unrestricted area.

FAQ:

What time does the hike end?
It depends on the speed of the group. It can take 4 hour or more depending how fast or slow the group will take. This hike is open to beginner hikers. Please plan your evening activity accordingly for the possibility of running later than planned.

What should I bring?
- water
- lunch
- snacks
- sturdy backpack to carry all the stuff
- hat, sunglass
- hiking poles (if you have one)
- rain gear (i.e. pancho, rain jacket) in case of sprinkles/rain

What should I wear?
- hiking boots
- comfortable clothes that is easy to hike in (such as hiking pants or yoga pants). Try to avoid cotton or jeans. Dress in layers

Will there be social time afterwards?
Yes, we plan to grab something to eat/drink after the hike but that portion is optional.

If my driver is staying for social time and I need to go back, how do I get back to the meeting location to go back home?
The same bus #554 comes to Issaquah so you can take that bus back to Seattle from central downtown Issaquah.

There are no more passenger spots, what should I do?
You can join the waitlist and you will be notified when you are taken off the wait list. When a spot opens up,

If I can't go, what should I do?
Please notify the organizer ASAP so that a spot can be open from the waitlist for your spot. If someone does take your spot from the waitlist, you will be issued a refund. If nobody can take your spot, you will not be issued a refund. Please consider it as a donation to KAC-WA.

Can I get a refund?
Unless you are on the waitlist and was not able to get off the waitlist or you canceled and a replacement was found for your spot from the waitlist, you will not get a refund. Please consider it as a donation for the wonderful programs KAC-WA does in the community. Check out our website to learn more about the programs.
For people who are on the waitlist and couldn't get off the waitlist, you will receive a refund within 7 days after the event.

Why do I need to pay if I am a passenger?
This is used to help subsidize the driver for any park pass, gas, toll, and wear and tear on their car.

If I want to bring a friend, does the person need to register too?
Yes, all participants needs to register on eventbrite to sign-off on the risk and liability waiver. We also have a maximum number of participants allowed in the event.

What happens if it rains?
The hike will happen rain or shine. If the condition is expected to be too dangerous, then the decision can be made to cancel the trip as late as midnight before the hike. Please check your email at 6 am on the day of the hike for any changes. You will be notified by the email and cell number provided during registration. If the hike is canceled, then a refund will be issued.
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SESEC Summit 2017

SESEC Summit 2017

Saturday June 3rd - 9:00am - Saturday June 3rd - 12:00pm

Southeast Seattle Education Coalition
3829B S Edmunds St, Box 9
Seattle, WA  98118 Map

Register Here: bit.ly/SESECSummit2017

What: This fall, we're launching the Equity and Equality in Education Speaker Series. Join us in identifying key topics and how we as a coalition can leverage our convening power to facilitate conversations and knowledge development to close achievement and opportunity gaps.

OPEN TO ALL. Whether you're new to SESEC, have been coming for months or haven't made it in a while, we want you to join us!

Food will be provided. Childcare, interpreters, transit passes available upon request.

When: Saturday, June 3 | 9 a.m.-12 p.m. | Doors open at 8.30 a.m.

Where: Rainier Ave Church | 5900 Rainier Ave S
Fellowship Room, Downstairs in the Back
Parking Lot & Street Parking
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The 2017 Diwa Filmfest

The 2017 Diwa Filmfest

Saturday June 3rd - 12:00pm - Sunday June 4th - 7:00pm

Diwa Filipino Film Showcase of Seattle
15434 38th Terrace S, Unit A102
Tukwila, WA  98188 Map

The Diwa Filipino Film Showcase exhibits fresh new works from the Philippines and the Filipino diaspora. This year’s line-up of films from the Philippines and the Filipino diaspora promises to be very exciting, with film subjects ranging from indigenous myths and folklore, to the issues that contemporary diasporic Filipinos face everyday. Learn more about the history of comfort women and their ongoing fight for justice, and find out what it means to be "bakla". How do ordinary citizens respond to Extra-Judicial Killings? And can a young, provincial woman really help fight climate change?... See MoreSee Less

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Vampariah at Diwa Filipino Film Showcase

Vampariah at Diwa Filipino Film Showcase

Saturday June 3rd - 5:15pm - Saturday June 3rd - 7:00pm

Seattle Center Armory Loft 1

Diwa Filipino Film Showcase of Seattle

Mahal is a part of an elite squad of skilled hunters responsible for keeping the world safe from vampires and other creatures of the night. Her mission to rid the world of this undead threat becomes compromised when her fate intertwines with an aswang (a vampire of Philippine folklore).
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Wasat Community Iftar

Wasat Community Iftar

Saturday June 3rd - 8:00pm - Saturday June 3rd - 10:30pm

Seattle, WA
Seattle, WA  98144 Map

We're pleased to invite you to Wasat's Community Iftar event on June 3 in Seattle!

8pm: Doors open
8:15-8:45: Inspirational presentation
9:01: Break fast with water and dates
9:10: Maghreb (sunset) prayer
9:20: Catered buffet meal

RSVP required by May 31, event address will be sent to registered attendees.

By the grace of God, this will be Wasat's fifth year hosting fast-breaking events during Ramadan. Due to the growth in participation in these events, this year Wasat will hold one large, professionally-catered iftar at a beautiful new event space, instead of several smaller potluck events. This change in format, which should allow us to share a meal that is plentiful and healthful, does mean that it will be very helpful to know who's planning to be there, in advance - so please reserve your ticket by May 31.

Pre-registration is required, please order your ticket today!.

Donations in support of this and other Wasat programming are welcome, but not required to attend. You can contribute any amount by selecting "supporter ticket" at the RSVP link. If you wish to donate but can't attend the event, visit wearewasat.org and click the donate tab. Thank you!

Volunteers are needed for this event! To help out, please email Wasatcommunity@gmail.com with "iftar volunteer" in the subject line. We appreciate you.

May the coming month of Ramadan be of benefit to you and yours. We look forward to sharing this part of it with you!
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Комедия Куплю мужа

Комедия "Куплю мужа"

Sunday June 4th - 6:00am - Sunday June 4th - 8:30pm

Ethnic Cultural Theatre
3931 Brooklyn Ave NE
Seattle, WA  98105 Map

Игорь Мусиенко и компания ВДТ им. Булгакова представляют премьеру комедии Н.Птушкиной "Куплю мужа".

Надежда Птушкина - автор более чем 70 пьес, по которым поставлены многочисленные спектакли и фильмы. Изначальное название комедии - «Плачу вперед!». Сиэтловскому зрителю она будет представлена в оригинальной трактовке ВДТ им. Булгакова под названием "Куплю мужа".

4 июня ( воскресение) в Этническом Театрe Университета штата Вашингтон.

В ролях ваши любимые актеры:

Игорь Мусиенко
Ольга Тарасова
Мария Левочкина
Алена Бирюкова

Tickets are here: www.eventbrite.com/e/34248991656?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeesha...

Подробности и информация о билетах - очень скоро. Следите за обновлениями.





P.S. Театральный сезон 2017 года богат урожаем спектаклей. Вашингтонский Драматический Театр им. Булгакова продолжит радовать зрителей, и ровно через неделю после премьеры комедии "Куплю мужа" вас ожидает спектакль по пьесе Вербера "Добро пожаловать в рай" - 11 июня, там же, тогда же...не пропустите.
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Ma Rosa - Seattle International Film Festival

Ma' Rosa - Seattle International Film Festival

Sunday June 4th - 1:00pm - Monday June 5th - 8:30pm

SIFF
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA  98109 Map

Philippines

Filipino director Brillante Mendoza's social-realist drama tracks the case of an impoverished family who run a convenience store, but are only able to make ends meet by selling drugs until they are arrested and pressed for bribes by corrupt police officers.

www.siff.net/festival/ma-rosa
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Seattle Bilingual & Diversity Job Fair 2017

Seattle Bilingual & Diversity Job Fair 2017

Tuesday June 6th - 10:00am - Tuesday June 6th - 3:00pm

Marriott Seattle Airport
3201 S 176th St
Seattle, WA  98188 Map

Are you bilingual or diverse?
Join us for a free professional job fair like no other!

This is your opportunity to meet with top quality employers seeking diversity in bilingual and professional candidates like you - so bring plenty of copies of your resume and dress to impress, because our employers are looking for hires!

Free for Jobseekers. RSVP @ seattle.diversityjobs.com

Recruiters please contact jobfairs@diversityjobs.com for exhibiting opportunities
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1753 interested  ·  200 going
YPIN: Arabic-English Exchange

YPIN: Arabic-English Exchange

Wednesday June 7th - 6:00pm - Wednesday June 7th - 8:00pm

340 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112-5103, United States

Join YPIN to practice your language skills, and eat some Arabic food! We are a diverse group of globally minded people, all working on our Arabic/English language fluency. This is a fun and inclusive group, so come and bring a friend or two. Speakers of all levels welcome!... See MoreSee Less

52 interested  ·  23 going
Сказка о рыбаке и рыбке

Сказка о рыбаке и рыбке

Saturday June 10th - 12:00pm - Saturday June 10th - 3:00pm

Russian Community Center of Seattle
704 19th Ave E
Seattle, WA  98112 Map

Дорогие друзья!
Приглашаем вас на детский музыкально-танцевальный спектакль "Сказка о рыбаке и рыбке" кол-ва "Жар-птица", созданного в русском православном садике и школе при Св.Николаевском Кафедральном Соборе г.Сиетла.
Спектакль создан по сказке А.С.Пушкина "Сказка о рыбаке и рыбке".Прозвучит музыка Свиридова,Римского-Корсакова,Щедрина.
Прекрасная возможность познакомить ваших детей с классической русской литературой,музыкой,костюмами того времени и фольклорными танцами.
Рекомендуемый возраст: от 2,5 лет .
Рекомендуемое пожертвование:
От 10 долларов.
Оплата наличными.
Билеты можно приобрести на входе.
Двери для посетителей откроются в 11.30.
Все средства от спектакля пойдут в детский фонд "Адвита", с которым мы дружим уже 9 лет.
www.advita.ru
При желании можно сделать дополнительные пожертвования на их сайте или на нашем спектакле.

Будет работать буфет.

Рады увидеть вас на нашем спектакле!!!
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Education Results Network Meeting

Education Results Network Meeting

Wednesday June 14th - 10:30am - Wednesday June 14th - 1:30pm

Rain City Catering and Renton Pavilion Event Center

Hear an update about the first-ever Community Leadership Team and learn more about the 2016 Results Report and Data Dashboard at the next Education Results Network (ERN) meeting. More agenda details to come. Lunch is provided. To register: events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ee4t5ngo27fa58b4&llr=vcxfp5dab

The ERN is open to anyone who wants to improve education and participate in the Road Map Project. To join: www.roadmapproject.org/newsletter/
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Town Hall Ed & The Seattle Times’ Ed Lab: #EducationSoWhite

Town Hall Ed & The Seattle Times’ Ed Lab: #EducationSoWhite

Thursday June 15th - 7:30pm - Thursday June 15th - 9:00pm

Town Hall Seattle
1119 8th Ave
Seattle, WA  98101 Map

Over 80 percent of teachers in American public schools are white, while the majority of students are kids of color. #EducationSoWhite will expand on conversations about the impact of imbalanced representation that were started last fall at Town Hall’s popular #JournalismSoWhite event. A panel of dynamic education leaders will examine the impact of the gaps in our schools currently separating students and teachers. The topics that will be fueling this event include: the achievement gap, ideas for solutions in recruiting and retaining teachers of color, equitable restorative justice practices, the school-to-prison pipeline, inclusion—not just tolerance—for LGBTQ/QPOC teachers and students, and more.
Kristin Leong, M.Ed., Town Hall’s new Community Programs Curator, will be opening this event with a presentation about her TED-Ed Innovation Project RollCallProject.com, based on her recent TEDx talk which opened TEDxWWU 2017.

Panelists include:
Jesse Hagopian, 2013 National Secondary School Teacher of Year and History Teacher at Garfield High School

Joy Williamson-Lott, Professor, UW College of Education

Sharonne Navas, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Equity in Education Coalition of Washington

Nathan Simoneaux, World History Teacher at Garfield High School and Honors For All Activist

Saraswati Noel, Washington State Teacher Leader and Math Teacher at Seattle World School

7:30PM, Thursday, June 15, 2017
Great Hall
$5
No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Doors open at 6:30PM.
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Last Men in Aleppo

Last Men in Aleppo

Thursday June 15th - 8:00pm - Thursday June 22nd - 8:00pm

Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA  98122 Map

(Feras Fayyad, Syria, 2017, 104 min)

** Seattle premiere! **

Thursday, Jun 15 at 08:00PM
Wednesday, Jun 21 at 08:00PM
Thursday, Jun 22 at 08:00PM

Winner of the Grand Jury Documentary prize at the Sundance Film Festival, Syrian filmmaker Feras Fayyad’s breathtaking work – a searing example of boots-on-the-ground reportage – follows the efforts of the internationally recognized White Helmets, an organization comprised of ordinary citizens who are the first to rush towards military strikes and attacks in the hope of saving lives. Incorporating moments of both heart-pounding suspense and improbable beauty, the documentary draws us into the lives of three of its founders – Khaled, Subhi, and Mahmoud – as they grapple with the chaos around them and struggle with an ever-present dilemma: do they flee or stay and fight for their country.

"A masterpiece." – Nick Fraser, The Guardian

"[Demands] to be reckoned with. There is no denying the cumulative power of the material, in large part due the protagonists’ endless reservoirs of humanity, dignity and selflessness in the face of one of the world’s worst biggest current and most incomprehensible tragedies. Last Men in Aleppo speaks very loudly from the heart." – Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter
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Little Saigon Food & Cooks Tour

Little Saigon Food & Cooks Tour

Friday June 16th - 11:00am - Friday June 16th - 1:30pm

Huong Binh Restaurant
1207 S Jackson St
Seattle, WA  98144 Map

Join Ethnic Seattle as we take you to the heart of Little Saigon! Taste, savor, and learn about the unique businesses that are the heart of this community, its people, and culture.

Highlights Include:
– Tastings at a tofu factory, popular Vietnamese market, and more!
– Lunch at one of Seattle’s best kept secrets.
– Insider’s scoop of the history, culture and community of Little Saigon.
– Ethnic Seattle swag bag of goodies and recipes.

Tickets are $65 and space is limited!
Free parking available in the Ding How Center parking lot.
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Race, Identity and Culture in the Pacific Northwest

Race, Identity and Culture in the Pacific Northwest

Friday June 16th - 12:00pm - Friday June 16th - 2:00pm

Seattle Art Museum
1300 1st Ave
Seattle, WA  98101 Map

Join a special 20th anniversary of the groundbreaking cultural series Seattle Center Festál.

Culture carriers, artists and historians each share their views on the value of race, identity and culture in relationship to communal celebrations. What role do ethnic gatherings have in strengthening identity? Panel discussions presented in partnership with Seattle Public Library and Seattle Art Museum.
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1009 interested  ·  81 going
ARTvocacy: Celebrate World Refugee Day Through Art!

ARTvocacy: Celebrate World Refugee Day Through Art!

Tuesday June 20th - 7:00pm - Tuesday June 20th - 8:00pm

472 1st Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109-4721, United States

Join us and partners Jewish Family Service and International Rescue Committee for the 12th Annual ARTvocacy! Meet first and second-generation refugees who share their stories through art. Enjoy one-of-a-kind artwork created by these talented individuals in our community. Mingle with artists and guests while enjoying light refreshments.

World Refugee Day is an annual day of commemoration, celebrating the strength and resilience of refugee communities, while recognizing current struggles faced by refugee populations. World Refugee Day serves to educate individuals around the world about refugee issues, and what it takes to be truly supportive of displaced populations.
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Walk for Rice 2017

Walk for Rice 2017

Saturday June 24th - 8:00am - Saturday June 24th - 1:00pm

Seward Park, Seattle

Come take part in the 27th annual Walk for Rice and raise funds for the Asian Counseling and Referral Services Food Bank!

The ACRS Food Bank is the one of the most visited food banks in King County, and the only one in the state that regularly provides foods that meet the Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) diet. Each year, more than 5,700 individuals and families rely on our food bank and nutrition programs to have enough to eat. Our food bank is located in Seattle’s Chinatown International District and provides items like rice, tofu, noodles, fish and fresh produce. Join us in helping clients lead healthy lives through increased access to nutritious and culturally familiar food!

Register yourself, join a team, or form your own team at www.walkforrice.org. Run or walk an easy 2.5 mile path around Seward Park's lower loop. Enjoy entertainment, local celebs, food trucks!
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New Holly 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration

New Holly 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration

Saturday June 24th - 9:00am - Saturday June 24th - 5:00pm

New Holly Gathering Hall
7054 32nd Ave S
Seattle, WA  98118 Map

What is Juneteenth:
Juneteenth, also known as Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom Day, is a holiday that
commemorates the ending of slavery in the United States. It was on June 19th 1865 - two and a
half years after the Emancipation Proclamation - that Union soldiers landed in Galveston, Texas
and brought with them news that the war was over and that slavery was ended throughout the
Confederate South.
Celebrated on June 19, the term is a portmanteau of June and nineteenth and is recognized as
a state holiday or special day of observance in most states. This year marks the 150th
anniversary of the first Juneteenth celebration. The oldest nationally celebrated commemoration
of the ending of slavery in the US, Juneteenth is a celebratory occasion that brings together
people of different backgrounds in our neighborhood and in communities across the nation to
celebrate, enrich, and educate with music, dance and art, and to connect people to vital
resources for neighborhood empowerment and a better life for all.
What will the NewHolly Juneteenth be about:
Juneteenth will be a celebration. There will be historical education on its' meaning as well as
multi-cultural activities, dance, spoken word, music, foods, multicultural performances, and all
kinds of resources for the benefit of children, students, young people, families, and the
community.
Areas the celebration will encompass​:
Advocacy, Art/Performing/Visual/Music, Cultural Celebration, Cultural Event, Education,
Environment, Race & Social Justice, Seminars/Workshops, Health, Food Security/Urban
Agriculture, Organizing, Training & Leadership Development, Video Documentary, Youth, Seniors, and families.
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Experience Korea! at the Shoreline Arts Festival

Experience Korea! at the Shoreline Arts Festival

Saturday June 24th - 10:00am - Sunday June 25th - 5:00pm

Korean American Historical Society (KAHS) 한인 이민사 연구 편찬회
C/O Wing Luke Museum, 719 So King St
Seattle, WA  98104 Map

The whole family can experience Korea through sights, sounds, tastes, and touch. Children can learn to play the game of Yut Nori, read Korean children's books, make traditional Korean clothing (Jong-y-Jup-Ki), write their names in Korean (HanGul), dress up in traditional Korean clothing (HanBok), play traditional musical instruments (AkGi), and much more.

While the kids are engaged, parents can relax, read about Korean history and culture, partake in tasty treats and drinks which are served on traditional holidays, or participate in the hands-on activities as well.
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SYLP 2017

SYLP 2017

Monday June 26th - 9:00am - Thursday July 6th - 3:00pm

Massive Monkees Studio: The Beacon

SUMMER YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Empowering and inspiring Asian-American youth in high school.

WHEN: June 26—July 13, 2017
Monday—Friday: 9 a.m.—3 p.m.

WHERE:
Massive Monkees Studio
664 South King St., Seattle

WHAT:
•Develop leadership and communication skills
•Meet role models and leaders
•Discover Asian community resources
•Build friendships with youths from other areas of Puget Sound
•Exciting field trips
•Great speakers
•All expenses paid, including ethnic lunches
every day for 3 weeks
•Earn $200 to $500 in scholarships


APPLY HERE:
www.nwasianweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/ad/SYLPapp2017.pdf
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Taste of the World

Taste of the World

Thursday June 29th - 6:30pm - Thursday June 29th - 9:30pm

St Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church
2100 Boyer Ave E
Seattle, WA  98112 Map

Join us in celebrating World Refugee Day with a Taste of the World! From 6:30-9:30 PM, we will delight your taste buds with homemade dishes from all over the globe, move you with performances from the Congolese Women's Choir and Jafra Dabke Dance Team, inspire you with powerful stories from our refugee clients, and motivate you to action with our big reveal.

If you have been wondering how you can help support refugees and asylum seekers in our area, there is no better time than now to come find out! Lutheran Community Services Northwest's Refugee and Asylum Programs has been serving refugees in our area for 35 years and is poised to help more people than ever seek safety, hope and a new life in our country. We invite you to come help make this possible!

This will be a celebration to remember, and seating is limited. Tickets are FREE, but please use this link to RSVP for yourself or for a whole table: www.eventbrite.com/e/taste-of-the-world-tickets-34552788320

If you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation to help support this life-saving work: lcsnw.ejoinme.org/Refugee_and_Asylum
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Arab Festival 2017

Arab Festival 2017

Saturday July 15th - 11:00am - Sunday July 16th - 6:00pm

Seattle Center
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA  98109 Map

The Arab Center of Washington (ACW) is a cultural organization founded in 1992 by a group of community members following the first Persian Gulf War. Their goal was to showcase Arab culture and arts in our own community. They researched ideas on how to achieve this objective and produced the first Arab Festival, which was held at Seattle philanthropist Kay Bullitt’s home in 1993.

In 1999, ACW partnered with Seattle Center to produce the Arab Festival as part of Seattle Center’s Festal. Festal is a series of 20 cultural and ethnic festivals sponsored by the City of Seattle throughout the calendar year. The Arab Festival won the “Best of Festal” in 2001, and is currently produced every two years. It has become ACW’s signature event. By 2007, the Arab Festival had grown to over 5,000 attendees from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Canada.

ACW believes Arab culture in all of its richness and diversity has something to offer all people. ACW’s vision is to strengthen relationships between Arabs, Arab Americans and the wider community and to see all people in the Pacific Northwest region benefit from ACW programs and services, while gaining an enhanced, realistic understanding of what it means to be Arab. The Arab festival is our signature event. Don’t miss it!
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Train the Trainer: Strategies for Facilitating Conversatoins

Train the Trainer: Strategies for Facilitating Conversatoins

Thursday August 10th - 9:00am - Friday August 11th - 4:30pm

2100 24th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144-4632, United States

Through engaging and interactive exercises, you’ll learn helpful strategies and tips on how to successfully present sensitive information to a wide audience of learners. You will develop skills to take difficult conversations about race, privilege and power to a deeper level and learn strategies for working with resistance. The two-day workshop will give you time to practice applying the strategies in a variety of scenarios.

Both experienced and novice trainers are encouraged to attend and will learn new tools. However, participants in this workshop should have awareness of your own biases, privileges and internalized oppression, as well as some knowledge of institutional racism and white privilege in the United States. The more personal work you have done to understand these issues, the more you will get out of this workshop as a facilitator.

The skills developed in this two-day intensive are valuable for individuals who want to further equity work in their communities. Organizations committed to instituting systemic change will also benefit by training a cohort of internal trainers to provide on-going, culturally relevant professional development for staff.

Participants in this workshop receive a free copy of our Train the Trainer workbook, filled with take-away resources and valued at $32.00.

Participants will…

Gain tips for creating a welcoming environment.
Learn ways to establish credibility and build relationships with participants.
Identify your own triggers and learn strategies to engage people when they are triggered.
Develop skills for handling common pitfalls and resistance.
Explore different dynamics for facilitators of color and white facilitators.
Cultivate the ability to address cultural tensions and conflict.
Notice and address common expressions of white privilege in workshop dynamics.


Facilitators
Caprice D. Hollins, Psy.D. & Ilsa Govan, M.A.

Cost
$275 Early-Bird registration before July 20th, $300 thereafter.
Includes free resources, a light breakfast and afternoon snacks.
No refunds given for any reason after August 3, 2017, although you are welcome to gift your seat to a colleague.
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Race, Identity and Culture in the Pacific Northwest

Race, Identity and Culture in the Pacific Northwest

Thursday August 10th - 7:00pm - Thursday August 10th - 9:00pm

The Seattle Public Library
Central Library, 1000 4th Ave
Seattle, WA  98104 Map

Join the second installment of a 2-part series celebrating Seattle Center Festál.

Culture carriers, artists and historians each share their views on the value of race, identity and culture in relationship to communal celebrations. What role do ethnic gatherings have in strengthening identity? Panel discussions presented in partnership with Seattle Public Library.
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98 interested  ·  8 going
Rainier Valley Heritage Parade & Festival

Rainier Valley Heritage Parade & Festival

Saturday August 12th - 11:00am - Saturday August 12th - 4:30pm

5290 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118-6104, United States

7 interested  ·  10 going
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