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November 2020 Newsletter

What a visceral relief it is — a door is now open to the future we need. 10 EXECUTIVE ACTIONS   For the country and the world to go through that door, though, will require a tremendous amount of work and love, starting now. Please send this message to the...

October 2020 Newsletter

  Frankly, next month’s election is critical to our ability to protect the climate that sustains us hinges on the outcome of next month’s election. And since the incumbent has refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power, the best way to prevent a stolen...

September 2020 Newsletter!

  Maybe you’ve heard? There’s an apocalyptic election in the works. Meanwhile Black lives still matter, damn it, fossil fuel facilities are back on the march, and (blushing now) we’re doing some fundraising. But more on that later, let’s start with the...

August Newsletter

Yeah, we’re ticked off, and it’s not because of the sun in our eyes, it’s... THE MAYOR’S VETO In a stunning “Let them eat cake” gesture last weekend, Mayor Durkan vetoed $86 million in COVID emergency relief, approved by City Council as part of the #JumpStartSeattle...

July Newsletter

Black Lives Matter. There is no climate justice without racial justice. (Photo by Austin Smith) We are still in the middle of a massive nationwide uprising for Black Lives. History shows that sustained and disruptive protest is one of the only ways to bring about deep...

June Newsletter

(Photo by Austin Smith) Black Lives Matter. There is no climate justice without racial justice. We are in the middle of the largest nationwide uprising since the 1960s. For the past week, there have been huge protests here in Seattle and around the world, and they...

May Newsletter

Keeping your distance out there in the sun? Glad to hear it! Here are some things to do in the shade: RISE TO THE CHALLENGE We're currently facing multiple crises—including a pandemic, an economic downturn, and climate change. We need progressive funding to provide...

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