6 Tuesday, and subsequent first Tuesdays, 6 pm. Gabriela Network-NW, a US Solidarity Group with Gabriela-Philippines. Join in solidarity work around Filipina and Asian women's issues, globally and domestically. For info, (206) 824-8229.
8 Thursday, 1-3 pm. Support the Fairness and Access to Sound Transit Jobs project of the Labor and Employment Law Office (LELO). A call for a Project Labor Agreement with Community Language to include women and people of color in job training and access for Sound Transit construction projects. For info, (206) 860-1400.
8 Thursday, 6-8 pm. Judy Nicastro celebrates her campaign kickoff for Seattle City Council at The Speakeasy Cafe, 2304 2nd Ave. Judy is the candidate for affordable housing, renters rights, and a livable wage.
9 Friday, 8 am - 1:15 pm. Ori Wallach of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch will be one of the speakers at the annual Washington Council on International Trade Conference. Ten percent of the seats are free and do not include lunch. For info, (206) 441-6448 or http://www.wcit.org.
19-23 Mon-Fri, 9 am-4 pm, A five-day workshop, including "Striving for Empowerment, an education support group model for adolescent girls. Scholarships available. Sponsored by the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center. For info, (425) 226-5062, or dnakagawa@KCSARC.org.