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On November 28th, 2011 Garfield High School history teacher Jesse Hagopian was arrested while attempting a citizen’s arrest of the Washington State Legislature for their failure to fully fund education in this state. The State Constitution declares that adequately funding education is the “paramount duty” of the Legislature and the Washington State Supreme Court ruled in January, 2012 that the Legislature was severely neglecting this duty.
Join Social Equality Educators for food, drinks, music, conversation and politics, to help raise money for Jesse’s court fine as well as to support SEE candidates for union leadership positions on the Seattle Education Association Board.
Mark your calendars!
At The Grotto
2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, 98121
Friday, March 16th
4:00 pm to 9:00 pm
RSVP: On Facebook
Sponsored by the Social Equality Educators:
DJ Funkscribe 4:30-6:00
Na Hilahila Boys 6:00-7:00
(featuring Eric Muhs, SEA Presidential Candidate)
Blue Tide 7:00-8:30
Suggested donation: $5 (more if you can, less if you can’t)
No Host Bar
Hope to see you there!
The Grotto is located underneath the Rendezvous in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood.
For additional information you can e-mail email@example.com
In response to "School choice is great!"
Answer: "Public education is crucial and much better than charters. Charter schools destroy public education."
Dollarocracy: How the money and media election complex is destroying America
By John Nichols and Robert McChesney
From the Preface:
Carter declared-as the planet's most famous election observer- that '“We have one of the worst election processes in the world right here in the United States of America, and it’s almost entirely because of the excessive influx of money."
Click the image to see their interview with Bill Moyers.