JUDGMENT AT NUREMBERG - A Staged Reading | April 20 & 21 | Lake City Presbyterian Church, Fellowship Hall, 3841 NE 123rd St, Seattle | 7:30pm | Tickets | Join us for a staged reading of Abby Mann's powerful play "Judgment at Nuremberg," directed by Seattle Rep veteran Gordon Coffey, and followed by a community discussion. This event is co-produced, and features performances by Coffey, Theodore Deacon and appellate lawyer Mike King. The cast features luminaries in the Seattle legal community, including retired Court of Appeals judge Ken Grosse, retired King County Superior Court judge Robert Alsdorf, and sitting King County Superior Court judges John Erlick and Holly Hill. 

Well known from Stanley Kramer's film and a Playhouse 90 version, the play explores the choices that confront those charged with responsibility for law and justice, when a country seized by fear turns for salvation to a "leader" who cares nothing for human dignity, human rights, democracy or the rule of law.

 

WHAT'S YOUR IMPACT? A Youth Advocacy Workshop | Sunday, May 6, 2:00-6:00pm | Impact HUB Seattle, 220 2nd Ave. S., Seattle | Facebook Event | Free Registration | Are you concerned about the dramatic increase in hatred and discrimination in the US? Are you an immigrant or refugee youth who is interested in speaking up about the issues that matter to you? Are you born in the US and want to use your voice to stand in solidarity with our immigrant and refugee neighbors? Do you want to meet other youth from all over the Puget Sound region who are inspired to work for change in their communities and nation?Are you concerned about the dramatic increase in hatred and discrimination in the US? Are you an immigrant or refugee youth who is interested in speaking up about the issues that matter to you? Are you born in the US and want to use your voice to stand in solidarity with our immigrant and refugee neighbors? Do you want to meet other youth from all over the Puget Sound region who are inspired to work for change in their communities and nation? If so, join us for a Youth Advocacy Workshop!

The event is open to all youth in 6th-12th grade and is organized by Kids4Peace. Program partners include the International Rescue Committee and the Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network (with more to come!). This four-hour workshop will empower youth with the tools to raise their voices to support immigrant and refugee communities, while also building relationships between youth from all over the region. Transportation to and from the event is available.

 

EDUCATION FOR EXCELLENCE, DIVERSITY, AND RESPECT: Transformative 21st Century Innovations  

August 22-25, 2018 | Seattle | A joint international conference hosted by the School of Education at Seattle Pacific University and the Janusz Korczak Association of the USA. Conference participants will have a chance to stay on campus at SPU. Participants at this conference will:

- Learn about the latest research findings and school innovations and their impact on school students, teachers, and reforms in education.
- Discover Korczak’s theory and practice, and get inspired.  
- Engage with international groups of students, teachers, researchers, social workers, psychologists, child-rights advocates, policymakers, and other stakeholders with an interest in education.
- Present, promote and discuss their own projects in education with both supporters and challengers.  
- Strengthen their social networks with new national and international contacts from around the world.  
- Earn up to 24 clock hours in professional development.

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