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Tell Mayor Murray: Divest Already!

On Wednesday, over 150 people delivered a financial report to Mayor Murray showing that over the last ten years, the City of Seattle’s pension fund (SCERS) has lost $65 million by remaining invested in fossil fuels. Not only are we still invested in companies...

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Big Win!

We had a beautiful victory today. With a unanimous vote, the City of Seattle ended its business with Wells Fargo because of its funding of the Dakota Access Pipeline...so Wells Fargo has taken a $3 billion hit because of your work, your activism. Thank you. Next up,...

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Senator Ericksen, we have a proposal!

(No, not that kind, thanks--we're taken.) 350 Seattle activist Andrew Kidde was looking at Sen. Doug "Protest is Economic Terrorism" Ericksen's proposed bill, and noticed a funny thing. If you simply replace the words "economic disruption" with the admittedly longer...

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How Seattle can help kill DAPL

For months, we have watched the bravery of the Standing Rock water protectors from afar—but now, with the City considering an anti-Wells Fargo ordinance, we can make a difference from right here in Seattle. Rachel Heaton, Matt Remle, Jesse Nightwalker, Raymond L....

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350 Seattle Stages Carbon Pricing Forum Jan. 26

350 Seattle is sponsoring a public forum for climate-concerned people to learn more about the Washington state carbon-pricing proposal being developed through the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy.  It will take place Thursday, Jan. 26, 7-9pm at SEIU Local 775, 215...

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January Newsletter!

  New year, same dire situation. But lots of opportunity to stand up for climate justice and show solidarity during Inauguration Week! Let’s get started: ABOUT THAT NEW ADMINISTRATION WA Senators: Reject Trump's Climate Denying Cabinet Monday January 9, 12:00pm...

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General Meeting Wednesday, Defund DAPL Thursday!

This Wednesday is our General Meeting at University Friends Meeting, 4001 9th Ave. NE. We'll have a light supper/snacks at 5:30 (please bring your own water bottle), and then the meeting starts at 6:30. And thanks to Sue Lenander and our brand-new Families Uniting Now...

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