Join us for our monthly meeting on Tuesday, February 3, at the library at the AFSC in the U District (814 NE 40th St.) from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. First half hour is letter writing and socializing. Meeting starts at 7 pm.
Actions will include calling for the freedom of Raif Badawi, sentenced to 1000 lashes in Saudi Arabia. Topics for future planning include the possibility of showing a movie in our adapted Syrian Prisoner of Conscience, citizen journalist Ali Mahmoud Othman, who “disappeared” in March 2012; ending US torture and AIUSA’s January/February core actions:
Further information on AFSC (American Friends Service Committee, including map: http://www.afsc.org/office/seattle-wa
For a larger map and street view go to: https://goo.gl/maps/2Itvm
Best entrance on the left side of the courtyard off 9th Street (represented as a square in the upper building on the maps). AFSC staff will point you in the direction of the library just down the hall. Larger meeting room on the right hand side is in use by AFSC at the same time.