Further Reading

 

POST-ELECTION VIOLENCE & HATE SPEECH

SANCTUARY

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RACIAL POLICING & CRIMINAL JUSTICE

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On the subject of “sanctuary”

“Let us understand “sanctuary” not as a naïve strategy contained by a legalistic interpretation but as a flexible rubric through which creative thinking and advanced planning can be done, new actions can be taken, and through which the needs of a wide arrange of vulnerable—not only undocumented –populations can be served. The call is for our top leadership to take this moment of urgency as an opportunity for comprehensive reevaluation, rethinking, and planning regarding the reporting of incidents, policing, counseling, medical services, scholarship monies, hiring of adept staff and training, effective mentorship, classroom best practices, and curriculum and research design, all changes that need to occur in the midst of a hostile political environment.”

Ileana Rodriguez-Silva, Associate Professor of History

Stay Connected Beyond Jan. 20th!

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Monday, Jan. 23

Intellectual House Gathering Space, 1-5pm (Faculty and advising staff from numerous departments are planning a space for students to gather; further details TBA)

Sunday, Feb. 26

People’s Tribunal: 12pm, Northwest Detention Center (NWDC), 1623 East J Street, Tacoma, WA. Organized by undocumented immigrants and formerly detained to highlight the inhumane conditions on which the immigration system operates.cropped-No-Human-Is-Illegal.jpegcropped-Black-Lives-Matter_London_07.08.2016.jpg

Tuesday, March 7

Beyond the Incarceration State: Justice for Youth, Immigrants and all in Washington. 6pm, UW Husky Union Building (HUB), room TBA

 

 

#J20 Events & Activities

 

Resist January 20th

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, Jan. 19

Evan’s School First 100 Days: Trump’s Administration Policy Panel: 5:30-7:30pm, Parrington Hall.

Friday, Jan. 20

UW Resist Student, Staff, Faculty Walkout: 10am, Red Square

UW Resist J20 Rally+Teach-InUW Resist Teach-In: 11am-3:15pm, Location TBA. Concurrent sessions across three time blocks from 11:00-12:15, 12:30-1:45, and 2:00-3:15

Conversations for Health Equity: 10am-6:30pm, UW Health Sciences Building Hogness Auditorium and Lobby

Immigration & Work Authorization Information Session & Individual Consultations: 10am-12pm, UW Intellectual House. Immigration lawyers will provide a know your rights training from 10-11am, followed by individual consultations from 11am-12pm.

Voices of a People’s History of the United States12-1pm, Seattle City Hall.

Seattle United for Immigrant & Refugee Families (12-8pm, McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer St): free legal services and information for immigrant and refugee families.

Seattle Students Walkout: Meet at Seattle Central College at 1pm.

All United, None Divided March1-4pm, starting at Judkins Park.

UW Philosophy Colloquium: Luvell Anderson on Hate Speech & Slurs: 3:30-5:30pm, Savery Hall 264.

Resist Trump Coalition Rally5pm, Westlake Park.

A Dynamic Discussion with Kathleen Cleaver: 6-9pm, Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center. This event will feature a screening of “Black Panthers; Vanguards of a Revolution,” followed by a discussion with Former Communications Secretary for the Black Panther Party Kathleen Cleaver. UAW 4121 will be live-streaming the event at the Intellectual House.

Student Protests of Milo Yiannopoulos: 6pm, UW Red Square.

Saturday, Jan. 21

Womxn’s March on Seattle in Solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. UW’s Department of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies (GWSS) is organizing a contingent of students, staff and faculty–all are welcome. More info here: gwss-womxns-march-flyer

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