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The Network of Public Education extends its support and solidarity to educators in Washington state who are taking a strong public stand in their action this week. By wearing Black Lives Matter t-shirts, they are affirming their opposition to the unequal and even deadly use of force against Black people. We recognize the need for educators to stand with their students and community members in demanding an end to this violence. We honor their stand.
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Alison McDowell with Wrench in the Gears
March 25, 2017
10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Lake City Branch Library
12501 28th Ave, NE
Seattle, WA 98125
Free and open to the public.
Book Review: Savage Kingdom: Recommended for high school students, with a caveat, and adults.
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“If you’re to be called a communist every time you stand up for basic American rights and freedoms, what’s likely to happen? Will you be silent? And if so, is this what the House Committee on Un-American Activities is really after — a silent, submissive, un-protesting America?”
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