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Green Party Prez Cand Cynthia McKinney in Seattle 10/26 -10/27/08

Details of Cynthia McKinney’s Campaign Stop in Seattle announced:

SEATTLE, WA — The Washington State Power To The People Campaign has announced that Green Party Presidential Candidate Cynthia McKinney will be visiting Seattle on Sunday, October 26th and Monday, October 27th. Scheduled activities include:

Sunday, October 26, 2008

  • 3pm – 7pm
    “Vote…Then What?
    From The Day After The Election Onward:  Strategies for Community Organizing, Greening & Reconstruction”

    Umojafest Peace Center
    24th Ave & E Spring St, Seattle
    The public is invited to attend.

    Cynthia McKinney will be speaking in support of grassroots and institutional solutions to violence and other issues plaguing urban communities nationwide.  This event is hosted by the Umojafest Peace Center and the McKinney/Clemente 2008 Power To The People Campaign.  The program will include hip-hop and spoken word performances, speakers from youth and community based organizations, and a showing of the award-winning film, American Blackout.

Monday, October 27, 2008

11am – 12:30pm
“The Power of Student Movements:  How to Use Your Campus as a Tool to Change the World!”

Broadway Performance Hall
Broadway at
Pine Street, Seattle
The public is invited.

Ms. McKinney will address the growing concerns of students, the need for student leadership, and how students can organize on campus to engage in and impact social justice struggles and make meaningful contributions to communities outside school.  This event will be hosted by the Black Student Union of Seattle Central Community College.

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