PRIDE FestivalJune 23 Penny Brewer, Mary Lou Teske, and Becky Walsh were among about a dozen volunteers in the Cedars Booth at the Bainbridge PRIDE Festival last Sunday. Betsy Minkoff reported that festival participation this year included four local churches, three more than the lone presence of Cedars in last year’s festival. We are pleased to see this event
Immigration Insight: Words Matter. No human is illegal. Every day we learn more about sensitive use of language. Follow this link to find a glossary that will help you make sense of the terms you frequently hear used in the reporting of news about issues related to immigration.
All Ages Movie NightFriday, May 176:00 p.m.Cedars Center Cedars Justice Network is sponsoring a movie night for all ages. Pizza, drinks, and popcorn will be part of the evening, as we watch Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution and learn about the clean energy revolution happening for our planet. Our facilitator is Steve Johnson, a Cedars UU member and
Helen Nissani’s chronicles of her experiences supporting asylum seekers at the southern border. (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)
People of Color Respond to White Fragility And Commemorate MLK, Jr Day Monday, January 21 1:00-3:00 p.m. Cedars Center, 284 Madrona Way There will be time to reflect, learn and share. Everyone is welcome; no prior reading is required. CJN invites you all to come and participate in creating a space to honor the civil