June 8: Town Hall Seattle Forum- Protecting Yourself & Your Privacy in the Digital Age: A Call to Action
INCLUDING: Vulnerable, marginalized populations, youth, seniors, people of color, immigrants, LGBTQ, workers, small business
PANEL: (Click names for bios)
- A.G. Bob Ferguson: Keynote: Consumer Privacy Protection, resources, stories, actions
- Sen. Pramila Jayapal: New police body camera guidelines, community issues, actions
- Scilla Andreen: Backstory to “Screenagers” documentary, actions for youth, families
- Dr. Hilarie Cash: Clues to online addiction, interventions, stories, residential treatment
- Trish Millines Dziko: “Data Branding” implications for students of color
- Drew Atkins: Call for university “Transparency Reports” on Law Enforcement requests and releases of student, faculty and staff data
- Tarek Dawoud: Surveillance, Privacy erosion, Challenges for cloud software providers
- Beryl Fernandes, Ph.D., Moderator, Community Stories: Youth Privacy Matters; Small Business Reputations & Open Data Quality Control; Worker Data Releases
REGISTER EARLY: Tickets $5.00 FREE for students and others unable to pay: https://townhallseattle.org/event/protecting-privacy-in-the-digital-age/
5-5.50pm Town Hall Lobby: Networking, Resource Fair, Video Clips
6-7.30pm Town Hall Great Hall: Interactive Forum
7.30-8pm Town Hall Café: Post-Forum “Screenagers” trailer and discussion. Special Guest from California, Producers Delaney Ruston & Scilla Andreen
TOWN HALL SEATTLE – 1119 8th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101Contact: Beryl Fernandes, Project Organizer, email@example.com
June 11: An Evening with Edwin Lindo of the Frisco 5
Edwin Lindo, a 2012 graduate of the University of Washington School of Law, engages directly with the people of the community to fight inequity and injustice in San Francisco. Most recently, Edwin, along with four other community activists, engaged in a very public 17 day hunger strike seeking to raise the level of national dialogue regarding the moral boundaries of the use of lethal force by law enforcement in communities of color. Join us as Edwin shares the powerful impact one can have working directly with the community on systemic change.
Date/Time: Saturday, June 11, 2016 Lecture: 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Reception: 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Location: The University of Washington Club, 4020 E Stevens Way Seattle, WA 98195
Parking: Padelford Lot Padelford lots (N16, N18, N20 and N21) and can be accessed from Pend Oreille Rd off Montlake Blvd NE.
Questions? Contact Brenda Williams firstname.lastname@example.org 206.685.3917
June 23: Culturally Responsible Leadership: What Does it Mean to be Culturally Competent & a Responsible Leader in Today’s Legal Community?
When: Thursday June 23, 2016 from 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM PDT
Where: Perkins Coie – Seattle WA, 1201 3rd Ave Ste 4800, Seattle, WA 98101
CLE: Application Pending
Contact: PSALA, 253-265-3042, email@example.com
How can it be that we are still talking about the need to make lasting progress in diversity and to make the legal community more inclusive? Many law firms and most legal departments have engaged in diversity efforts for years now and, more recently, have embraced the idea that creating an inclusive culture is key to reaching success. While we can all be well-meaning, lasting change will not take place until we have leadership that is technically competent and, more importantly, culturally responsible. Caprice D. Hollins, Psy. D., co-founder of Cultures Connecting, an organization dedicated to addressing race relations in the 21st century, will lead and facilitate a challenging hands-on workshop addressing cultural competence.
To register please click here.
June 13: Poverty Simulation Exercise Open to Law Students!
Space is Limited! RSVP ASAP
Join us for an eye-opening opportunity to deepen your understanding of the challenges faced by those living in poverty and find out about ways to help. During the exercise, participants role-play the lives of low-income families, from single parents trying to care for their children to seniors trying to maintain their self-sufficiency on Social Security. The task of each family is to provide food, shelter and other basic necessities on a limited budget while interacting with community resources such as the bank, grocery store, school, and legal aid. After the training is over, there will be a debriefing discussion. “The Poverty Simulation Kit” was created by Missouri Association for Community Action to promote poverty awareness, increase understanding and inspire local change. The “Kit” has been used by over 1,000 organizations worldwide, including schools, nonprofits, and governmental agencies. If you would like a preview of the event, this short video was made by a former participant: Please click HERE.
Facilitated by Tiela Chalmers, Esq., CEO, Alameda County Bar Association
Monday, June 13th 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm Fenwick & West 1191 Second Avenue 10th Floor Seattle, WA 98101 Refreshments provided at end of program.
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Please RSVP by June 6, 2016.
Click here to add to your calendar. 2.0 hours of CLE Ethics Credit will be provided.