Thursday, February 7, 6:30pm
Black History Month film
“Every Mother’s Son”
This gripping documentary follows three mothers in New York City who became activists after their sons were murdered by police. The 60-minute film showcases the mothers — Puerto Rican, West African, and Jewish — as they come together to seek justice.

West Seattle Branch of the Seattle Public Library
2306 42nd Ave. S.W.

Doors open 6pm. Film-showing 6:30pm. No charge.
Sponsored by Radical Women. For more info: 206-722-6057, 722-2453, RWseattle@mindspring.com. www.RadicalWomen.org


Saturday, February 9, 2:00pm
Public meeting
Let’s build a movement for affordable childcare!

Learn about previous Washington state campaigns for childcare and explore mobilizing for additional state-funded programs now. To build this movement, Sisters Organize for Survival is seeking the ideas, thoughts and concerns of parents, childcare workers and providers, and anyone interested in early childhood education and care. Share your thoughts and voice your needs as we move forward in demanding quality childcare for all who need it.

Delridge Branch of the Seattle Public Library
5423 Delridge Way S.W.

Sponsored by Sisters Organize for Survival (SOS), a campaign of Radical Women. For more info: 206-722-6057, 722-2453, RWseattle@mindspring.com, www.sistersorganizeforsurvival.org.