The November weather has been cooler than usual and the EUUC Cold Weather Coordinator is watching the weather reports. If it drops another degree, the shelter will open and Walt Leberg will send out an email alert to the EUUC team that they are being … read more.
One person, Rimas Miksys, at NorthSeattleProgressives.org, asked members to write 10 postcards a week to people in North Carolina to register to vote. That request grew to over 100 people handwriting the message as well as addressing the postcards.
EUUC members Gary McCaig and Christine MacDonald … read more.
Eric encouraged us to join the climate strike on September 20 during his sermon on Sunday. The Peace & Justice Committee has been focused on this strike for some time now. Because this is also Seabeck weekend, we have not organized one location for EUUC … read more.
The Peace and Justice Committee is focused on responding to and supporting efforts to reduce green house gas emissions. There are many fronts upon which to direct our activities. In the past, we were often engaged in marches, testifying against projects and more. However, the battle … read more.
“Easy, fun and effective.” Those are the hopes of the EUUC Peace & Justice Committee as they open a place where EUUC members can make their justice voices heard in the halls of Olympia, city hall and more.
How does it Work?
P & J members will have:
Postcards, … read more.
The Washington State Legislature gets to work on January 14th and so should we. This legislative session is a long one. It promises to have many progressive bills introduced. Our job is to know what is happening and let our legislators hear from us often about … read more.