Intro To Carw & Plugging In Dec. 4th

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Coalition of Anti-Racist Whites - CARW says
Introduction to CARW and Plugging In
Dec. 4th (Sun) at 10am-12pm or Dec. 6th (Tues) at 6-8pm)
RSVP (for either) --

FYI: This is the same workshop (only go to one). We will send you the location confirmation & the online option.

We will provide a deeper introduction to CARW's structure, so you can better plug into roles and opportunities -- our Solidarity Groups, our Campaign Committee, as well as key education / leadership development opportunities (eg: study groups). Additionally, we will provide a mini training on how to host your own neighborhood conversation about racial justice, the election, and community action.

Facebook Event (for Dec. 6th):

Event access info (parking, accessibility) below

Coalition of Anti-Racist Whites (CARW): Founded in 2000, CARW develops the anti-racist analysis, organizing skills, and leadership of white folks in the Seattle-area in order to build vibrant multiracial movements for social change. CARW honors the self-determination and leadership of communities of color by building strategic and accountable partnerships with grassroots organizations based in communities of color. Our current partner organizations include: Got Green, Bayan, the Duwamish Tribe, NWDC Resistance / Not1More, Casa Latina, El Comite, and Seattle Black Book Club / Block the Bunker Coalition. We are an organizational member of Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ), a national network of white anti-racist organizers and organizations.

>>Parking: the building has 12 parking spaces, but some may be in use. Please help us leave these spots available for folks who need close access to the building. If you can park further away, please do. It's Sunday, so street parking is free. The parking spaces are off of the ally in between 18th and 19th Ave NE. Enter the ally from NE 47th st.
>>Accessibility: The space is wheelchair "accessible-ish": there is a wheelchair accessible door on the southeast corner of the building, just to the right of the parking spaces. The restroom is technically accessible, but involves a tight corner that is difficult for wider wheelchairs. We do not have ASL interpretation at this time.
>>Seating: there are about 50 chairs, and we could have more people than that. Please help us prioritize chairs for those who need them in order to participate. If you're able to sit comfortably on the floor please do. (There are floor cusions, and you can bring your own seating as needed as well).
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