Flights & Rights: Indigenous Youth

Date: 
Tuesday, November 24, 2020 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Location: 
Online
Flights & Rights: Indigenous Youth

Join ACLU-WA Equal Justice Works Fellow Crystal Pardue, Sarah Sense-Wilson (Urban Native Education Alliance) and Victoria Plumage (Indigenous Roots) for a conversation on cultural connections needed for Indigenous youth to thrive. Learn about creative ways of overcoming the particular barriers Indigenous youth encounter. Topics include food sovereignty; physical, mental, and spiritual health; education and school discipline; and the arts.

Moderated by Michele Storms, ACLU-WA Executive Director.
 
Registration required.

All week, we are partnering with Off the Rez, Seattle’s first Native food truck and café, and Talking Cedar brewery, distillery and restaurant. Talking Cedar is the nation’s first distillery on Tribal land, owned by the Chehalis Tribe. Grab some take-out for $5 by mentioning the ACLU. Visit Off the Rez on November 25 and December 2-4. This week and all weeks, support Indigenous-owned businesses.  
 
KEXP DJ Gabriel Teodros created a playlist especially for this week’s Flights & Rights. Check it out here

One of the best parts of Flights & Rights? Connecting with our community – and this includes our local breweries! Without them, there would be no Flights with our Rights! If you can, please take an opportunity to support one of our previous sponsors:
 
Beer-to-Go from one of these locations:
Aslan (401 N 36th St STE 102, Seattle)
Dystopian (611 S Baker St, Tacoma)
Fremont Brewing (1050 N 34th St, Seattle)
Flying Bike Brewing (8570 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle)
Hales Ales (4301 Leary Way NW, Seattle)
Machine House Brewing (5840 Airport Way S #121, Seattle)
Maritime Pacific Brewing (111 NW Ballard Way, Seattle)
Seattle Cider (Shipping)
Stoup Brewing (1108 NW 52nd St, Seattle)
 
Grocery store:
RedHook
Dogfishhead
Guayaki Yerba Mate
 
Gift card!
Metier Brewing
Optimism Brewing
 
We’re all in this together!