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Interesting in learning more about Racism and learning more ways to undo it?

Than apply to the Freedom School: At Freedom School (Dec 28th-30th, 10am-4pm), you’ll explore: -Roots of poverty -Racism -Know your rights with the police -Prison industrial complex -How you can make a change -More history :] -Oppression in the education … Continue reading

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Cross-Cultural World Music Concerts: May 5 and 19

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6%Doki Doki!!!

By Michelle Earlier this week, my friends and I went to check out a store named Momo back in china town. I’ve never once set foot in there, although I did know that Momo meant Peach in Japanese! Alas, there … Continue reading

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Seattle Council Member Mike O’Brien’s Visit to YouthCAN!

By Brian. On April 15th, 2011 Mike O’ Brien visited Youthcan to talk about his life as he went through high school, becoming a city council member, and what he did to help out the environment of Seattle.  Mr. O’ … Continue reading

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Environmental Leadership-Coucilmember O’Brien

On April 15th, Councilmember Mike O’ Brien will be making a guest appearance to speak with the youths of YouthCAN. He will be discussing on what inspired him to take leadership on the environment. It’s all part of his Leadership … Continue reading

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UW Hip Hop Summit!

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New Storefronts Coming in April!

Storefronts Seattle is proud to announce the launch of nine new site-specific, world-premiere projects in storefront spaces in downtown Seattle. Storefronts debuted in late 2010 as an experiment in activating vacant spaces with art, creative enterprise, and performance. Since that … Continue reading

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