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A Greener Festival

The Paper Moon: A Drive-In Puppet Show

The First Greener Festival

Lit Drop!

Marine Creature Mondays – Video Series

TCD Monthly Meeting

Sign Waving: With The People of Grays Harbor

27th District Democrats Virtual Meeting

Asian Community Statewide Listening Forum

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault CORE training

Commission Meeting

Olympia City Council Meeting (verify on city website)

Democracy Through the Looking Glass Film Screening & Discussion

South King County Game Changer Group, meets in building 1

Pop-Up Food Bank at The Evergreen State College

Womxn of Color RISE to Leadership

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault CORE training

Democracy Happy Hour

Defund the Police Phone Zap!

Womxn Wednesdays – Womxn to Womxn Phonebanks for Wicks

Wild Grief Virtual Family Program

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault CORE training

Ranked-Choice Voting 101 Webinar

Drive-Through Food Bank at Saint Martin’s University

Day of Action to #ElectIngrid

Una serie gratuita y virtual de educación para padres

Bi-weekly WAISN General Meetings

The Power of Community: A Fundraiser for Empowerment 4 Girls!

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault CORE training

Police Accountability Protest: Enough is ENOUGH!

Peace Vigil with Fellowship of Reconciliation & Women in Black, Every Friday

Homeless Providers Meeting – PSE and more

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault CORE training

Thurston County Chapter Monthly Zoom Meetup

Grays Harbor Virtual Pride Festival 2020 Preview Event

Wave the sign higher VOTE Glenda Breiler

Primary Push to FLIP Pierce BLUE!

Green Party Virtual Phonebank Party!

TCYD Road Trip to Lacey

Sign Waving With the People of Cowlitz!

Fix Democracy First Summer Membership Drive

De-escalation/Peacekeeper Training

BLACK LIVES MATTER RALLY/MARCH

Marine Creature Mondays – Video Series

WA PPC Open House (Virtual)

Marine Creature Mondays – Video Series

Green Party Virtual Phonebank Party!

“Economic Justice and a Strong Social Safety Net”

Sign Waving: With The People of Grays Harbor

Demand Safe Schools: National Day of Resistance

Sign-Waving for Mary Ellen Biggerstaff

Food Convoy

Jonny for WA Election Night Watch Party

Olympia City Council Meeting (verify on city website)

Buildings As Climate Action Team – Lunch Meeting

Democracy Happy Hour

“Economic Justice and a Strong Social Safety Net”

Donate Blood at our Pop-Up Donor Center

McLane Creek Trail Maintenance

Thurs. 8/6 Wheels for Black Lives – Oly!

Police Accountability Rally : Fire Mike Wiley : Body Cams NOW.!!

“Economic Justice and a Strong Safety Net”

Coalition Building 101: How to Build and Sustain a Movement

Donate Blood at our Pop-Up Donor Center

Peace Vigil with Fellowship of Reconciliation & Women in Black, Every Friday

Solidarity Bloc Night: 730 Days of Injustice 4 Yvonne McDonald

Monthly Meeting

Food Drive for Thurston County Food Bank

FDF Summer Membership Drive

Free Online Event | Is There a Cure for Racism?

Marine Creature Mondays – Video Series

Marine Creature Mondays – Video Series

“Economic Justice and a Strong Social Safety Net”

Port of Olympia Commission Meeting (verify on port calendar)

TCD Executive Committee Meeting 7:00 pm

Teach-in: How to practice allyship for Black lives w/ WA PPC

Rise Against Racism

Executive Session

Commission Meeting

Olympia City Council Meeting (verify on city website)

Essential Worker Outreach: Know Your Rights & Resources

Indivisible LD42 Candidates Town Hall

Ranked-Choice Voting 101 Webinar

Rise Against Racism

“Economic Justice and a Strong Social Safety Net”

Sierra Club South Sound monthly meeting

Jacobin Reading Group

Kitsap Game Changers Group

Rise Against Racism

Minority & Women Business Certification 101

Unite Our Cities

Virtual Monthly Meeting

“Economic Justice and a Strong Safety Net”

Police Accountability Protest: Tacoma Alums Demand Justice for Murdered Classmates

Equity in Democracy: Why This Moment Calls for PR

Rise Against Racism

Know Your Rights Workshop

Body-Worn Cameras for Tacoma Police: A Community Conversation

Peace Vigil with Fellowship of Reconciliation & Women in Black, Every Friday

Rise Against Racism

Covid-19 Free Testing for Everyone at Evergreen Tacoma

Rise Against Racism

Monthly Work Party at qʷiqʷəlut (“little marsh”)

Whose Streets?- Documentary Screening & Discussion

Veronica for State Representative Fundraiser

Rise Against Racism

People’s Assembly: Voices United for Black Lives

People’s Assembly: Voices United for Black Lives

Marine Creature Mondays – Video Series

Marine Creature Mondays – Video Series

“Economic Justice and a Strong Social Safety Net”

TCQD Meeting/Democratic National Convention Watch Party

Olympia SURJ August 17, 2020 general meeting on zoom

Rise Against Racism

Joint Admin Committee Sea Level Rise Meeting

Olympia City Council Meeting (verify on city website)

StoryOly: Rebellion

Rise Against Racism

Buildings As Climate Action Team – Lunch Meeting

Buildings As Climate Action Team – Lunch Meeting

“Economic Justice and a Strong Social Safety Net”

HRT Monthly Meetings

Rise Against Racism

Fix Democracy First – Virtual Volunteer Meeting

Pierce County Game Changer Group

“Economic Justice and a Strong Safety Net”

Fix Democracy First – Virtual Volunteer Meeting

Ranked-Choice Voting 101 Webinar

Rise Against Racism

Peace Vigil with Fellowship of Reconciliation & Women in Black, Every Friday

Rise Against Racism

Votes for Women Centennial Festival

Votes for Women Centennial Festival

Rise Against Racism

LASR August Book Club

Rise Against Racism

Marine Creature Mondays – Video Series

Marine Creature Mondays – Video Series

“Economic Justice and a Strong Social Safety Net”

TCD Monthly Meeting

Rise Against Racism

Repurpose for a Reason Virtual Auction

Commission Meeting

Olympia City Council Meeting (verify on city website)

Repurpose for a Reason Virtual Auction

“Economic Justice and a Strong Social Safety Net”

Thurston County Democratic Women Monthly Meeting

Artists Among Us (Documentary Series) – Chapter 2

Artists Among Us (Documentary Series) – Chapter 2

Repurpose for a Reason Virtual Auction

A Conversation on Special Education During COVID 19

“Economic Justice and a Strong Safety Net”

Repurpose for a Reason Virtual Auction

Peace Vigil with Fellowship of Reconciliation & Women in Black, Every Friday

Repurpose for a Reason Virtual Auction

Repurpose for a Reason Virtual Auction

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“Economic Justice and a Strong Social Safety Net”

Ranked-Choice Voting 101 Webinar

Olympia City Council Meeting (verify on city website)

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McLane Creek Trail Maintenance

Peace Vigil with Fellowship of Reconciliation & Women in Black, Every Friday

Thurston County Chapter Monthly Zoom Meetup

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