Join us as we chart the course for our work in 2020. The purpose of this meeting is to hold officer elections, approve our annual budget and approve changes to our bylaws. At the conclusion of our formal business meeting, we will take a 30 minute lunch break. At 1pm, we will come back together and map the course for the coming year. We invite you to stay and participate, especially if you have been looking for ways to get more involved. You can read more about our committees here and review our bylaws here. Join us!
11:15am Doors open and registration begins
11:30am Annual Meeting
12:30pm Break & brown bag lunch
1:00pm Planning Meeting
3:00pm Wrap up
If you are interested in getting more involved with our work including volunteering or joining one of our standing committees, please stay for the whole day. If you have additional questions, feel free to email Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org.WHENNovember 16, 2019 at 11:30amWHEREMary's Place Family Diversion Center
712 Aurora Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
Google map and directions
Join NWPC-WA for a beloved Caucus tradition, the annual Campaign Heroines Event. This event celebrates all our work during the 2019 election cycle and honors the women staff and volunteers who powered the campaigns of our endorsed women candidates. This is a great event to hear from our endorsed candidates about their experiences running for office, celebrate the women who made it possible, and get inspired to make 2020 another winning year for women.
Treats and drinks will be served. Kids are welcome. Additional details coming soon!WHENDecember 15, 2019 at 3pmWHERECancer Pathways
Seattle , WA 98122
Google map and directions
Samantha Casne donated 2019-05-17 08:37:39 -0700
Samantha Casne posted about Seattle Councilwomen: We stand with you on Facebook 2016-05-04 10:11:25 -0700Sign the petition: Seattle Councilwomen: We stand with you
Seattle's five city councilwomen are under attack from misogynists for taking a no vote on a land use proposal related to the proposed Sonics Arena. In the past 24 hours, they have been physically threatened, sexually harassed, and reduced to voting no because they "don't understand sports".1,853 signatures
The insults, which can be summarized as “You cunt,” “Die,” “Get back in the kitchen,” and “women are subhuman,” may be familiar territory for women who spend a lot of time having opinions on the Internet. But they’re unprecedented in recent memory for the Seattle City Council, and give the council’s five-woman majority an unwanted taste of what happens when female public figures fail to “know their place” — by, say, voting against an arena supported by a large, mobbish clique of male sports fans. It says something that the sexist vitriol against these five women with the temerity to hold local elected office only bubbled over once men were no longer a majority of the council.
Join us in sending a strong message of support to our Seattle City Councilwomen: We stand with you, and we will not tolerate this misogyny on our watch. We will hand-deliver your signatures to the Councilmembers Bagshaw, González, Herbold, Juarez, and Sawant. This week's actions remind us that sexism is alive and well, and we must redouble our efforts to stomp it out at every turn. As women band together to shatter glass ceilings in government, in the boardroom, and on Main Street, it is up to us to loudly and proudly stand with these women and let our feminist flags fly.