Seattle Community Justice Program

Freedom School at City Hall

Friday, August 10, 2012 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm

Tyree Scott Leadership Institute

Tyree Scott Freedom School

Tyree Scott Freedom School

Please consider joining Councilmember O’Brien in Bertha Knight Landes on Friday, August 10 from 12:00-1:30 for a series of presentations and panel discussion with the students in the 2012 Tyree Scott Freedom School. This will be a great RSJI event and all are welcome to attend. Feel free to bring your lunch.

Event details

PRESENTATIONS – Freedom School students will give three short presentations on the following topics:

•             Ending violence in Seattle

YUIR Community Form on Prison Industrial Complex

Thursday, July 12, 2012 - 6:00pm - 8:30pm

Dustin Washington Teaching at Freedom School 2010

Dustin Washington teaching at Freedom School 2010

Dustin Washington teaching at Freedom School 2010

Youth Undoing Institutional Racism

YUIR

 is holding a community forum on the Prison Industrial Complex

July 12th 6pm-8:30pm @ 2100 24th Ave. S, Seattle

Dinner will be provided!!

Community Leaders Discuss Impact of Trayvon Martin Case

Community Leaders Discuss Impact of Trayvon Martin Case

Community Leaders Discuss Impact of Trayvon Martin Case

Dustin Washington, a member of the American Friends Service Committee, addresses students, staff, and community members about issues with race both locally and nationally.

http://dailyuw.com/news/2012/apr/18/community-leaders-discuss-impact-trayvon-martin-ca/

Community Leaders Discuss Impact Of Trayvon Martin Case
Allie Choy
As of Thursday, April 19, 2012

Youth Undoing Institutional Racism (YUIR)

YUIR is a multi-racial, intergenerational community organizing group. YUIR is youth-focused and committed to promoting meaningful and sustained youth engagement in civic society.

Questions? Contact Marcel Purnell at mpurnell@afsc.org or 206-632-0500 ext 14

Seattle Community Justice Program

The Freedom School Group making posters

Freedom School Group making posters.

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