Concert by Tom Rawson, Folksinger and Storyteller; Opening acts: Piper Josephine and Raging Grannies
Saturday, March 7, 7:30pm, New Traditions Café, 300 5th Ave SW, sponsored by Fellowship of Reconciliation. Proceeds from the concert will go to outreach and support for youth activists in Olympia. FOR projects emphasize the rights of conscience and nonviolent alternatives to conflict. Tickets $20 / $12 for students & low income. Get tickets by phoning 360-252-0684 or email email@example.com. New Traditions Café: 360-705-2819.
March on Parallax Perspectives:
International Humanitarian Law
Glen Anderson will interview Joanne Dufour on TCTV this month. Joanne Dufour will explain the origins of International Humanitarian Law in the 1800s, its evolution through the Geneva Conventions, the Rules of Engagement and the International Criminal Court. Joanne has taught social studies and volunteered with the Red Cross, where she worked in disaster services and served as a trainer in International Humanitarian Law. Watch online at parallaxperspectives.org or on cable via TCTV Mondays at 1:30 pm, Wednesdays at 5:00 pm, Thursdays at 9:00 pm. For more info, contact Glen Anderson at 360.491.9093 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What one city can teach us about homelessness
Wednesday, March 3, 7:30-9:00 pm. Town hall meeting with reporter Will James and three Seattle Times’ Project Homeless team members. Public radio station KNKX website declares “Homelessness on the West Coast is rising to crisis levels, even at a time of historic economic growth and prosperity. To understand why, KNKX Public Radio and The Seattle Times‘ Project Homeless team spent one year watching homelessness unfold in Olympia, Washington. Town Hall, 1119 8th Ave., Seattle. Free and open to the public …but it’s in Seattle!