SEA NO H8 is Today

Thank you to everyone who joined us and Rep. Pramila Jayapal yesterday to canvass for these four progressive candidates for Burien City Council: Nancy Tosta, Krystal Marx, Pedro Olguin, and Jimmy Matta. This is a very hard-fought election, so we need all the help we can get on this.

We've got a loaded schedule ahead of us, so today's action will be to help you plan for these.

TODAY, 10/8: SEA NO H8: A Concert for Indivisible Project, Optimism Brewing, 5:30-7:30

Join your Seattle-area neighbors to stand together against hate-based rhetoric, politics and policies and celebrate strong social activism in our community. All proceeds benefit Indivisible Project. Featuring music by Seattle's "soul ambassador," Tiffany Wilson and En Canto, a classic Seattle-based Brazilian band. Hosted by Rich Smith from The Stranger & Blabbermouth podcast. Optimism will be serving a special "Indivisible Amber Ale", brewed with Liberty and Justice for all. Food trucks will be available, as well as special SEA NO H8 cupcakes by Cupcake Royale. Get tickets in advance in case it sells out: 
More info here:

TOMORROW, Monday 10/9: Online voter registration deadline for next month's elections ends TOMORROW, Monday, October 9. Have you moved recently, or did you just become eligible to vote? The easiest way to register is online, but time is running low. Register NOW if you haven't.

Tomorrow, Monday 10/9: Indigenous People's Day Events

The Stranger has put together a guide of things you can do to commemorate Indigenous People's Day. See the list here.
Tuesday, 10/10: Seattle Indivisible Biweekly Meeting, 6:30 pm, Yesler Community Center

Seattle Indivisible will welcome new members, give a recap of our recent events, and feature the following activities:
- Poster and sign-making for the October 13 Betsy DeVos protest (More information about the protest at
- De-Escalate WA's I-940 ballot initiative & elections planning
This room is ADA accessible, and can be reached by transit on routes 27, 60, and the First Hill Streetcar. Parking is also available.
Please RSVP so we know how much poster-making materials we need to supply:

NOTE: Because the senate staffers are not holding office hours on 10/10, we will not be holding a Resist Trump Tuesday rally that day. Rallies will resume the following week.

Next week:

Tuesday, 10/17: Resist Trump Tuesday Rally

Join us at the Federal Building as we tell our elected officials in no uncertain terms that Trump's tax "reform" to benefit millionaires and billionaires will inflict untold harm on ordinary Americans, and our put our country's fiscal future in jeopardy.

As usual, we will enter the Federal Building immediately after the rally for a meeting with Senate staffers. Also as usual (from now through December), we will be gathering signatures for De-Escalate Washington's I-940 ballot initiative at the rally for better police training and accountability.

Wednesday, 10/18: Faith Over Fear: Standing with our Muslim Neighbors

10:00 AM at Plymouth Church (
7:00 PM at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (