A pdf version of the conference brochure is now available, click here.  [8 page pdf file formatted for 8.5×11 paper]  A pdf version of the registration form is also available, click here.   Online registration will be available soon at http://www.forseabeck.org

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Building Powerful Communities:
Shattering Oppressive Systems with Love:
2017 Seabeck Conference for the Fellowship of Reconciliation

Registration (by mid April) and information for this conference will be found here:

The Fellowship of Reconciliation 59th Pacific Northwest Regional Seabeck Conference Saturday-Tuesday July 1 – July 4, 2017

The Program includes Speakers – Workshops – Youth Program – Children’s Program –
Music, Dance, Poetry – Boating/Swimming

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Nikkita Oliver, of Seattle, an anti-racism activist, spoken word artist, and lawyer, who has been active in the Black Lives Matter movement and has been a mentor for youth in middle school and in juvenile detention.

Teressa Raiford, of Portland, long-time police accountability activist who ran a serious write in campaign for Sheriff in Multnomah County this past fall.  Her interests include building sustainable movements.

YOUTH ACTIVIST PROGRAM

Special funds are supporting youth and young adults, ages 13-30, from around the country to attend the conference without charge.

We will post information in the next months at http://www.forseabeck.org– watch for a list of workshops, info about the children’s program, online registration, and much more, or request a paper brochure (available mid-April) at wwfor@wwfor.org or 206-789-5565.