A few events taking place this week as listed on our “Community Calendar”. With the exception of the Yvonne McDonald march, all events are in Olympia.
The Missing Middle proposal is a huge mistake and if implemented, will destroy single-family neighborhoods with one-size-fits-all zoning.
Join a National Walkout from all work, waged and unwaged, on Thursday, October 4 at 4:00 pm to protest the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Gather at Percival Landing for rally and saying NO to patriarchy.
We must not forget Tahlequah, the mother Orca who carried her dead newborn for 17 days and 1,000 miles. Orcas are at risk of extinction. If we don’t act to save them in their natural environment (not tiny concrete enclosures) they will be gone.
This workshop series is intended for people who want to learn about nonviolence as both ethical and practical, and people who want to learn how to organize effectively to create good solutions for our local community, our nation, and our world.
The Artesian Commons Park has been closed down by Paul Simmons on August 24, 2018. The “No Sit no Lie” ordinances are being more rigorously enforced than usual. We are going to help be one of many moving parts to mobilize community support to reopen the Comma\ons Park and show Olympia City Council and City management where we stand–in favor of people having access to public space and against the displacement and mistreatment of Houseless people, poor people, and the working class.
In 50 years, this clan of supersize dolphins has gone from being vilified and shot by fishermen to being rounded up for marine parks—48 Southern Residents were caught or killed during the capture operations in the sixties and seventies—to becoming the most iconic creature of the Pacific Northwest wilds.
Are you a Comcast customer in Thurston County? Give your feedback as cities and the County are about to renew agreements with Comcast.
At Home PNW is a small, dedicated collection of (mostly) formerly homeless individuals with an amazing assortment of skills, all working on supporting our local Houseless community here in beautiful Thurston County, Washington. Sarah Birnel and Tony Cole take various supplies to the Houseless all over Thurston County.
An important action reposted from Glen Anderson’s blog “Glen’s Parallax Perspectives”. The U.S. Constitution requires a census that will count EVERY person in the U.S. Presumably, it must be HONEST. But Trump is planning to distort the 2020 census for blatantly racist and highly partisan purposes. Trump is planning to add a question about citizenship in order to intimidate and under count America’s immigrants.
Twenty22Many is Washington States first grass-roots, all volunteer, veteran suicide prevention and PTSD and medical cannabis awareness nonprofit organization. We accept all people no matter sexual orientation, gender, race or spirituality.
We all deserve to be able to have our health needs met without the mess that the insurance industry created. What can you do to help get us to a single payer system? Start by educating yourself with this town hall.
You can do something to help another person who is Houseless. Please consider donating needed items or cash on Saturday and Sunday at Lakefair at the “Free Speech” area at Heritage Park.