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Happy International Women's Day!

This is Beating the Odds
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The IF Project Film

The IF Project team has produced a feature length documentary that follows one extraordinary police officer and four incarcerated women through their journey as they are released, reunited with their families and faced with life on the outside. By telling their stories in an intimate and rarely seen way, The IF Project documentary lays the groundwork for change. Don’t miss your chance to watch a screening near you.
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Sponsor Fight The Fear Campaign

The Fight The Fear Campaign (FtFC) is now a Seattle, WA-based non-profit 501c(3). Congratulations to Executive Director Melinda Johnson and Program Coordinator Meggan Atkins. Further proof that we can effect change from the ground up! Please support this community-oriented violence-prevention initiative by becoming a sponsor. Check out FtFC for upcoming self-defense workshops in 2016.
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Brandi Carlile & The Looking Out Foundation Help Flint

BENEFITING: UNITED WAY OF GENESEE COUNTY THE STORY: Join Pearl Jam & friends. Help Flint. Pearl Jam and a close group of friends and partners have pledged $300,000 and counting to support relief efforts for the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. They encourage all fans and supporters to join in their efforts. Donations will be made to The United Way of Genesee County’s Flint Water Fund which serves both the immediate and longterm needs of the community. Monetary donations will first be used for the purchase of water filters, bottled water, emergency support services and prevention efforts in Flint, Michigan. After the short-term need of Flint residents has been met, any remaining funds will be directed to the Flint Child Health and Development Fund.  This fund will provide aid to children and families with interventions that support positive health outcomes. 100% of donated funds are used for Flint community projects and no administrative fee is assessed. Please give what you are able and spread the word. Donate here. Special thanks to Pearl Jam donation partners Glaser Progress Foundation, Live Nation, Brandi Carlile’s Looking Out Foundation, Republic Records, Ticketmaster, Universal Music Publishing Group and William Morris Endeavor Entertainment.
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A Christmas message from Brandi…

Thank you to detective Kim Bogucki from the Seattle police department for the opportunity to sing Christmas carols with the ladies at the Washington CorrectionCenter for Women. It’s a transformative thing to be with folks who are unburdened by greed this time of year, but would wish for nothing more than forgiveness and time with their families. It was a perspective that I needed. Sometimes to truly appreciate what you have, it takes being with someone who would give anything to have it for even one day.
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Help Fight Hunger With Brandi Carlile

Place your bid to win an ebony autographed acoustic guitar signed by Brandi at her recent sold out Radio City Music Hall performance and/or bid to get 2 tickets with a meet & greet to an upcoming show while you show your support for WhyHunger: http://bit.ly/1NJSzIR #Hungerthon
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Fight The Fear Free Self-Defense class for teens in Seattle - December 5th!...

For: 7th to 10th grade girls* *Inclusive to transgender, non-binary, gender-fluid, or who identify in any way as female. Time: Saturday, Dec. 5th, 1-4pm Location: Feminist Karate Union, located at 1426 South Jackson Street, 3rd floor, Seattle WA 98144   Email ftfcampaign@gmail.com to register. Pre-registration is required.
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AmazonSmile – support the Looking Out Foundation while you shop…

In the spirit of giving this holiday season we just wanted to remind our supporters that when you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to the Looking Out Foundation. It’s really simple, just bookmark the link http://smile.amazon.com/ch/45-5300890 and support our efforts every time you shop! Happy Holidays!
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International Day Of The Girl

Deadline Extended Due to Overwhelming Need This year, thousands of girls around the world have lost their voices, their innocence, the opportunity to hope for something better. Barriers like hunger, child marriage, trafficking, and little access to education stand in the way of countless girls around the world who long to make something of themselves. Think of all that wasted potential.
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