TICKETS: $15./Student $10. at Eventbrite: SEA NO H8 or http://bit.ly/2xAO2Gx
Join your Seattle-area neighbors to stand together against hate-based rhetoric, politics and policies and celebrate strong social activism in our community that promotes inclusivity, tolerance and diversity. All proceeds benefit the Indivisible Project.
Seattle's "soul ambassador," Tiffany Wilson
En Canto, classic Seattle-based Brazilian band
Hosted by Rich Smith from The Stranger & Blabbermouth podcast
This event will feature two food trucks with vegan and vegetarian options in the Optimism Brewing courtyard.
Optimism Brewing has created a special beer for the evening.
In addition to music, the program will include some inspiration from Seattle social justice leaders and community activists, including RaShelle Davis, Senior Policy Advisor to Governor Jay Inslee and Colleen Echohawk, Executive Director, Chief Seattle Club.
Indivisible Project was started by former Congressional staffers who posted a Google doc following the 2016 election letting everyday citizens know easy ways to effectively engage with elected officials. The mission of Indivisible is to cultivate and lift up a grassroots movement of locally-led groups to defeat the current administration’s agenda, elect progressive leaders, and realize bold progressive policies. To date, the Indivisible Guide www.indivisibleguide.com has been downloaded more than two million times, has been viewed more than 18 million times, and Indivisible Project has inspired the creation of more than 6,000 Indivisible groups, at least two in every congressional district in the nation.
Indivisible Project needs our help to provide the 6000 grassroots Indivisible groups across the country with resources, tools, and support to take action. Most of all, we want you to be part of this nationwide movement. https://www.indivisibleguide.com/