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


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



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.


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.