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GROUP 4 of Seattle, Washington
Percy and Immi answer questions at our table for the Tiananmen Square Memorial at Hing Hay Park on on May 31, 2009.
Group 4 meetings
Our meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of every
month at 6:30 PM in the den at Mosaic Coffee House, 4401 2nd Ave. NE, Seattle.
The Mosaic Coffee House is a nonprofit coffee house located in Seattle First Church (behind Dick's Drive In in the Wallingford Neighborhood). Check here for directions, free parking and bus line information.
The next Group 4 meeting is Tuesday, July 6, at the
above time and location.
Our meetings are open to the public, and all are welcome.
Latest Update: Ribiya Kadeer had to cancel her talk, which we'll hopefully be able to reschedule for the fall. The Tiananmen Memorial at HUB Lawn from 4 - 6 pm on June 4 is still on.
Join our call for human rights in China on Friday, June 4, 4 - 6 pm at the HUB Lawn, University of Washington, with featured speaker Rebiya Kadeer. A coalition of human rights and Chinese democracy organizations will be holding a rally to focus on China's continuing policy of repression against it's citizens. We will commemorate the killing of hundreds of peaceful protesters at Tiananmen Square in 1989 and highlight more recent examples of China's often violent methods of denying basic human rights to it's citizens.
Huo Ming Xue, China Democracy Party
Jin Xiu Lan, Seattle Federation for a Democratic China and Chinese Human Rights Alliance
Don Crevie, Amnesty International Group 4
Stop by our Amnesty International table, Saturday, June 5, 10 am - 3 pm, at the 2010 Annual Capitol Hill Garage Sale, at the People's Parking Lot, on Pine between Belmont & Summit.
Funds will help us fight to free prisoners of conscience, end persecution on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity, support maternal health as a human right, and more! Every single dollar we raise means that we can send another letter to an international authority since each international stamp costs us $0.98.
Amnesty International Group 4 will once again have a booth all weekend at the Fremont Fair, Sat. June 19 - Sun. June 20. Stop by to sign our petitions, gather some literature and check out our t-shirts and other items!
Look for Amnesty International's table, run by volunteers from Group 4 and other northwest Amnesty groups, at upcoming concerts.
Stop by, sign our petitions and say hi!
Seattle Human Rights Film Festival
Grassroot activists from Amnesty International Puget Sound have been presenting the annual Seattle Human Rights Film Festival since 1992.
We are currently planning our 2010 festival. Check out our 2009 festival (held in February), and keep your eye out for more information on our upcoming festival at:
Also check out the festival's MySpace page, including clips from some of this year's films, at:
Join our Fan Page on Facebook as well, at:
If you're interested in becoming involved in our film festival, want to join our planning listserv or have a film to submit, send us an e-mail at:
Local AI Listserv
To join our main AI Group 4 listserv, send an e-mail to:
AI Seattle on MySpace
AI Group 4 has a page on MySpace. We'll try to keep it updated with a blog, calendar, slide show of local events and relevant video.
Check it out at:
If you have a MySpace page, please consider adding us as a friend!
AI Seattle on Facebook
You can join our group on Facebook you can join, as well! Just look up Amnesty International Group 4, Seattle or follow the link below:
RSVP for our monthly meetings and other events, or just show up! Feel free to invite your friends. Our meetings and events are open to all.
AI Seattle on Twitter
Yes, it had to happen! AI Group 4 is now on Twitter. Follow our Tweets at:
We'll be posting meetings and events, and re-tweeting Amnesty International and other human rights posts. Feel free to re-tweet!
Copies of Sister Dianna Ortiz's book The Blindfold's Eye are available though our Amnesty International Washington website as a fundraiser for Amnesty International Puget Sound.
Amnesty International Puget Sound is a 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax deductible.
Amnesty International Puget Sound is the umbrella organization for all local and student groups from Olympia to Bellingham on the west side of the Cascades, and helps fund local events and sending area members to conferences and trainings.
Amnesty International Puget Sound is now part of the eScrip fundraising program. Sign up, and a small percentage of your purchases at participating stores and restarurants will be donated at no extra cost to you!
Some of our current activities