Social Justice in Action Club

Hello NSC! A friendly reminder that our Social Justice in Action Club will be holding discussions on February 17th from 4-5:30 pm! Join us for a conversation with Sophia Tekola, Chloe Collyer, and DeRay McKesson as we celebrate and honor Black History Month.


Braiding Sweetgrass District Bookread


We have a new event coming up… a BIG ONE!

This year, Robin Wall-Kimmerer’s Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants is our choice for the District Book Read program. Join us on Zoom for an exploration of life and humanity on the world as we see it today. These book reads are meant to connect our college community, to delve into diversity on our campuses among students and staff alike.

Dates and links are posted below. Please don’t hesitate to join us! We look forward to reading and speaking with you.

Session 1: Friday, Feb. 18th, 3-4 PM

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  • Suggested reading: Braiding Sweetgrass, Part 1

Session 2: Friday, March 11th, 3-4 PM

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  • Suggested reading: Braiding Sweetgrass, Part 2

Session 3: Friday, April 12th, 3-4 PM

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  • Suggested reading: Braiding Sweetgrass – Any – Exploration of selected themes

Get More Info & Request a Free Book Below!

Free books available for all Seattle Colleges students, faculty and staff while supplies last.

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Indigenous Connections to the Earth

On Thursday, January 20th, the Social Justice in Action Club will be presenting a panel comprised of Owen Oliver of the Quinault and Isleta Pueblo tribes and Joseph Aleck of the Swinomish, Tulalip, and Tiago-o-qui-ant tribe. In this panel, we are meant to hear about Oliver and Aleck’s lived experience, their connection to the land. Additionally, we will be presenting the story that is soon to be available to us at North Seattle, Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer. We hope you will join us!

Click the link HERE on January 20th, and 4pm to join.

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