Salish Seas Expeditions provides middle and high schools students the opportunity to apply science and math in the Puget Sound. Most school programs cannot allow for a multi-day expedition, but Elletra can provide a single-day excursion that can reach more students in the Puget Sound.
Jay & Kenny got married in Seattle on June 27, 2015 – a day after the historic Supreme Court Ruling. This is a little shout-out video we created at the reception. Capturing some of the fun, memories and revelry!
Congratulations! Love Wins!
Event Coordination : Jubilee Event Engineers http://www.jubilee-seattle.com/
Photography : Jenny GG http://jennygg.com/
DJ : Bamboo Beats http://bamboobeats.com/
Venue : Fairmont Olympic http://www.fairmont.com/seattle/
Dancers : Hypernova http://www.hypernovadance.com/
Typists / Poet : Typing Explosion http://www.typingexplosion.com/
Paint / Artist : Sam Day http://www.samday.com
Ikebana Florist : Ikebana by Megumi http://www.ikebanabymegumi.com/
Grooming Services : Salon Maison http://www.salonmaison.net/
Nanny Services : A Nanny for You http://anannyforu.com/
Violinist : Yuriy Mikhlin http://seattleviolinteacher.blogspot.com/
Cellist : Mannfried Funk http://www.mannfriedfunk.com/contact/
Singer : Jennifer Krikawa https://www.vashonopera.org/
“La Vie En Rose” – Die 12 Cellisten der Berliner Philharmoniker https://itunes.apple.com/es/artist/die-12-cellisten-der-berliner/id108734560
“Shut up & Dance” – Walk the Moon – https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/walk-the-moon/id451783136
06/02/2015 This is How We Move – Luzviminda “Lulu” Carpenter
06/09/2015 This is How We Move – Naomi Ishisaka
06/16/2015 This is How We Move – Tim Lennon
06/23/2015 This is How We Move – Robin DiAngelo
06/30/2015 This is How We Move – Christopher Shaw
07/07/2015 This is How We Move – Elmer Dixon
07/14/2015 This is How We Move – Daveda Russell
07/21/2015 This is How We Move – Long Form Interviews
07/21/2015 This is How We Move – Compilation
Wherever you are right now, the movement for racial justice is loud.
Things have changed and people are feeling the surge of make-it-happen, because there’s no going back. We are living and creating After Ferguson, Staten Island, Cleveland, Baltimore.
With leadership by people of color and an understanding of history, institutional racism and whiteness, people of all races, all genders, classes and nationalities, are helping to build a broad movement for racial justice. We are organizers, scientists, faith leaders, youth, artists, janitors, executives, philanthropists, grandmas, electeds, musicians, teachers, shop owners, chefs, brothers, lawyers, cashiers, journalists, neighbors and parents.
This Is How We Move is a multi-media collection of interviews with people who are actors in this broad movement for racial justice. It’s about how we – individuals and groups – move differently, how we move others, and how we move together to create the change we want to see. Each one of us has roles to play in ending the centuries-long patterns of systemic racism that oppress communities of color, widen the economic divide and deprive all of us of our humanity.
Between June 2 and July 21, 2015, we will post interviews with presenters in the #BlackLivesMatter_SEA Pecha Kucha series, a collaboration between Pecha Kucha Night Seattle, Northwest African American Museum and Seattle People of Color Salon. Like this performance series, This Is How We Move aims to amplify the voices of people who are situated differently in this movement, to show and inspire pathways to justice.
This Is How We Move is a labor of love by June Nho Ivers, Diana Falchuk, Leilani Lewis, Davida Ingram and Ana Pinto da Silva.