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Join Refuse Fascism Seattle for a month of strategizing and solidarity meetings in preparation for November 4. Peat Week Step right up to a glorious spectacle of oddities at this freaky symposium. Hear from panelists Sabrina Butler-Smith, one of two women in America to be exonerated from death row, Dr.
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Get all this and more on the free Stranger Things To Do mobile app—available now on the App Store and Google Play. Responding to the Global Refugee Crisis: From There to Here Doctors Without Borders will host a panel discussion about "the medical challenges faced by those currently displaced in the global refugee crisis, focusing specifically on "the physical and mental health consequences of displacement on individuals and entire communities." Panelists include Jason Cone, MSF-USA's executive director, Valerie Nkamgang Bemo, deputy director for emergency response at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Casey O'Connor of Doctors Without Borders, and Floribert Hengwa Mubalama, executive director of Seattle's Congolese Integration Network. Old Forester Old Fashioned Face Off Join 10 bourbon-loving Seattle bartenders for a night of cocktail-making.
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