Events for Dec 3, 2018
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Fever Dreams | new works by Sofia Arnold at ZINC contemporary Artist Reception Thursday, December 6, 2018, in conjunction with First Thursday Art Walk Exhibit runs November 18 - December 29, 2018 Contact: Laura Zeck, founder + curator - Laura@ZINCcontemporary.com - 206.627.7378 ZINC contemporary is excited to announce a solo exhibition of watercolor and oil […]Find out more »
Ploughshares Fund, the University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, and Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility present a joint conference focused on US and local nuclear weapons issues. Speakers will discuss the future of nuclear policy and how Washington State is taking the lead on action, advocacy, and diplomacy. Our distinguished panel of national […]Find out more »
During the past two years, accusations of “fake news” have dominated national news, social media, and in the political process, undermining people’s trust in digital media. But what exactly is fake news and would you know if you saw it? Join the World Affairs Council and the Goethe Pop Up Seattle for a panel discussion on spotting fake news, mitigating the rapid […]Find out more »
Beginning Monday, November 5, 7:00pm Feminist reading group Socialist Feminism: A Roadmap to Organizing in the Trump Era Are you fuming mad about women’s treatment today? Do you want to know what it will take for working-class women and all who are oppressed under capitalism to win full liberation from patriarchy? Be part of this […]Find out more »
Are you fuming mad about women's treatment today? Do you want to know what it will take for working-class women and all who are oppressed under capitalism to win full liberation from patriarchy? Be part of this weekly reading group that examines how it can be done! Participants will analyze writings on socialist feminism from […]Find out more »
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