December 20, 2016

A LETTER FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, WINTER 2016

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Dear Friends, I love this week. I love this week because at long last, the Winter Solstice is here. We’ve had a dark few months, but in this moment, we start gaining light. In many cultures and traditions in the Northern hemisphere, this is a time of reflection, celebration, and connection to family and community. […]

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16 Days of Activism

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  Do you follow the Coalition on Facebook? If so, you may have noticed: from November 25th to December 10th (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women to International Human Rights Day), the Coalition engaged in a #16Days social media campaign for 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence. The theme for this […]

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Invest in a World Free from Violence

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As we come to a close of 2016, we ask you this: please make a gift today to support advocates, advocacy, and accelerating the end to gender-based violence. We are just a few hundred bucks shy of our ambitious goal for the year. Will you tip us over the edge? With your support, the Coalition […]

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Maintain Hope with us at the Coalition’s Annual Meeting

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As we reflect on a tumultuous year and look towards 2017 with hope and uncertainty, we wonder: how do we stay positive and engaged with our clients, our colleagues, and our community? At the upcoming Coalition Annual Meeting, Seattle Councilmember Lorena González will speak to this issue —maintaining hope and optimism in tumultuous times. We […]

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Farewell Alison!

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By the time this e-newsletter reaches you, I will have had my last day at the Coalition. I have accepted a position with the Vera Institute of Justice to work on a new national resource center for underserved survivors of crime. It is hard to leave the Coalition and my work on the Domestic Violence […]

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