Mother's Day Parade – Act Now for Women and Kid


Saturday, May 11, gather at 1:30pm, parade begins 2pm
Mother’s Day Parade – Act Now for Women and Kids
Stevens Place Park, Beacon Hill, Seattle
(Intersection of Beacon Ave. S. and 17th Ave. S.)


All-ages fun with a message!
Strollers, tricycles, banners, signs and festive attire encouraged.

Honor moms and highlight the need for:

·        Comprehensive state-funded childcare for working and poor families

·        End domestic violence – Free Marissa Alexander

·        Stop deportations – Keep immigrant families together

·        Increase funding for jobs, public schools, Social Security and human services

·        Tax the rich – End U.S. militarism
Gather at 1:30pm at Stevens Place Park, intersection of Beacon Ave S. and 17th Ave. S. March north on Beacon Ave. S., and conclude with speakers, information and children’s activities at Roberto Maestes Festival Street by El Centro de la Raza. (Distance is approximately 6 blocks.)

Sponsored by Sisters Organize for Survival and the Pacific Northwest Alliance to Free Marissa Alexander

Information: (206) 722-6057, Sis4Survival@gmail.com


Your help is needed!

Sunday May 5, 11 am – 4pm
Sign-making and outreach party
5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle, WA

Other volunteer opportunities:
outreach • event setup • face-painters
jugglers • children’s activity leaders
all kinds of help needed

Contact Helen to arrange:
206-722-6057, Sis4Survival@gmail.com

Sign up for the event on Facebook and invite your friends

Ask your organizations to endorse and announce the parade in their newsletter or calendar.

Buy raffle tickets $1.50 each or 3 for $2.00 or make a donation:
Mail checks to SOS/RW, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98118
Or donate online at: www.SistersOrganizeforSurvival.org
(include note explaining whether the payment is for raffle tickets or the parade as a whole).

Wednesday, May 8, 6:30pm
Next meeting of the Pacific NW Alliance to Free Marissa Alexander
Meeting will focus on preparation for the Mother’s Day Parade

Other ideas for how to help? 

Call or email to arrange

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