810 Third Avenue, Suite 750, Seattle WA 98104-1627
(206) 684-4500, TTY (206) 684-0332
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
Wheel Chair accessible on the Third Avenue entrance
Ending Barriers to Employment and Housing for People with Conviction and Arrest Records:
A Policy Proposal
Date: Tuesday, Nov 30th
Location: Garfield Community Center
2323 East Cherry Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Proliferation: A video and music piece by Seattle artist Paul Rucker
Presentation by Julie Nelson, Seattle Office for Civil Rights
John Page, Village of Hope
KC Young, Sojourner Place Transitional Housing
Merf Ehman, Columbia Legal Services
Moderated by Chris Stearns, Seattle Human Rights Commission
For more information or to request language interpretation or an ADA accommodation please contact Brenda Anibarro, Seattle Office for Civil Rights, (206) 684-4514 or by email at Brenda.Anibarro@Seattle.Gov .
Sponsored by the Seattle Human Rights Commission. Co-sponsored by Sojourner Place Transitional Housing, Solid Ground, Chief Seattle Club, The Village of Hope, American Friends Service Committee, ACLU of Washington, Got Green, The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, The Defender Association, Committee to End Homelessness King County, Black Prisoners Caucus and Justice Works
Human Rights Day Celebration
Yearning to Breathe Free: Immigration, Human Rights, and Public Policy
Thursday, December 9, 2010
7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Seattle City Hall
600 4th Ave. 2nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98124
5th Ave, between James and Cherry
Visiting Seattle City Hall
Featuring guest speaker Joel Ngugi, UW Law Professor and Chair of the African Studies Program
Honoring award recipients: Real Change News, Beth Reis, Dr. Benjamin Danielson, and Quinn Wyatt, with special tribute to Roberto Maestas.
For more information, or to request ADA Accommodations, please email Felicia.Yearwood@seattle.gov or call 206-684-4537.
Seattle Office for Civil Rights | King County Civil Rights Commission | United Nations Association |
Puget SoundOff | Seattle Human Rights Commission | Seattle Women's Commission |
Seattle LGBT Commission | Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities |
Youth for Human Rights International |
City Council Member Bruce Harrell | City Council Member Mike O'Brien
Free fair housing workshop and seminar for property managers and landlords
WHERE: Jackson Federal Buildingon on 4th Floor, South Auditorium
8th Avenue and Seneca
915 Second Avenue, Seattle
WHEN: Wednesday, December 8, 2010
9 a.m. to noon - Fair Housing Basics Workshop
1 to 3 p.m. - Advanced Fair Housing Seminar
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - no drop-ins, please.
Reasonable accommodations available on request for people with disabilities.
2010 Workshops and Seminars: April 28 (additional dates coming soon)
Sponsored by the Fair Housing Partners of WA
Allow time to park -- Please arrive 10-15 minutes before start time.
BRING YOUR PHOTO ID -- There is a security checkpoint
To register call 206-296-7592 or TTY 296-7596.
Fair Housing Training
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