Toast! To Our Diverse Heritage

Saturday, April 18, 2015 6:00pm-8:30pm
The Wing Luke Museum
719 S King Street, Seattle’s International District

Buy tickets for Toast! To Our Diverse Heritage

Wine and Hors d’Oeuvres
Program from 7:15-8:30pm
Admission: $75 - attendees can visit the museum

VIP $95 - includes special tour of the Bruce Lee exhibit
Doors open at 5:30pm for VIP ticketholders only

All proceeds of this event go to support the League of Women Voters of Seattle-King County Education Fund.

March Forum: Human Trafficking - GLOBAL AND RIGHT HERE

Missed the forum?
You can watch it on King County Television, channel 22. Click here to see the schedule or here to watch online.

The March 5th forum on human trafficking discussed the scope of the problem, what is being done and what needs to be done. If you think it does not happen in your neighborhood and that it does not happen to our children, you are wrong. Co-sponsors: BEST (Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking), Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking, Soroptimist International, Seattle Metropolitan Club, Seattle Against Slavery, Washington Engage, and Youth Care - The Bridge Program


Leslie Briner, MSW, is Commercial Sexual Exploitation Training and Policy Coordinator for YouthCare in Seattle. She implemented the Bridge Program, a Continuum of Services for Sexually Exploited youth.

Valiant Richey, a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for King County, works in the Special Assault Unit which handles cases involving sexual abuse of children and adults and the physical abuse of children. He is one of two local coordinators for "Buyer Beware: A Partnership to End Sexual Exploitation," a King County initiative funded by Demand Abolition.

Rose Gundersen is co-founder and Director of Washington Engage which works with community coalitions to deal with human trafficking emphasizing prevention and development.

They Represent You

They Represent You: Directory of Elected Officials (TRY) contains contact information for elected officials in Washington state, legislative committees, political parties and more, and is updated each year. The new edition is now available.

View TRY 2015 online. Websites and email addresses are hyperlinked so you can click directly to the person you wish to contact.

Free copies are available at the League office, at local libraries and many county and city offices. Help support this valuable community resource with tax-deductible donation to our Education Fund.

Email to request a copy, including your name, address and phone number. One or two directories may be mailed free of charge. For up to 150, the League requests postage reimbursement, or feel free to stop by our office to pick up your copies (click here for map and directions) . Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM.

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