Take part in Womxn Act On Seattle

Please attend today's Womxn Act On Seattle event. Many of you are already helping out with voter registration at the various hubs - for those of you who have signed up, thank you. If you haven't signed up, there are still ways you can help. See below for a message from the organizers,  Seattle Womxn Marching Forward.

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Today, Seattle Womxn Marching Forward is holding a CITYWIDE day of training, support, sharing, and action with your neighbors, nonprofit organizations, marginalized folks, grassroots and social justice groups in Seattle. This year, we will honor the anniversary of the worldwide Women’s Marches, we envision a day of action and place-based community building, demonstrating Seattle's commitment to equitable outcomes for all.

Participating nonprofits and social justice groups will open their doors all over the city. Local businesses will host lectures and panels. In addition to on-site non profit events, there will be neighborhood hubs around the city. These hubs will serve as event spaces for concurrent events, grassroots groups who do not have a physical location, and place-based community building.

To learn more about the event, including schedule and locations, go here: https://goo.gl/bMUxNA.

To sign up to volunteer leading up to the event or on the day-of, please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/V6ftvU

To donate to the event, go here: https://goo.gl/Fps41w

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What are the national Women's March co-chairs up to next? Linda Sarsour says, "We’re working on a ten-city tour of voter engagement and registration to bring training, momentum, and capacity building to local communities. We begin on January 21. The goal is to see headlines on November 7 reading, 'Women led us to victory across the country. It was women’s political strategy that won back the House and the Senate.'"

http://www.elle.com/culture/career-politics/a15755101/power-to-the-polls-one-year-after-the-womens-march/