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Learning from the Past / Organizing for the Future
In the 1960’s, transportation planners in Seattle were intent on building the densest network of freeways in the world. The plan would have displaced thousands, especially low-income neighborhoods and people of color. Over two decades, a broad-based coalition of communities, called the Seattle freeway revolt, created a movement that managed to halt the building of two major highways, downsize another, and saved homes, shorelines, businesses, and parks. We honor and continue their struggle today. In advance of our workshop, watch the film “Ramps to Nowhere” (2018 – 65 min, Minda Martin, director) at https://vimeo.com/361862625 Then join those who were part of the struggle and others today, who are pushing back against big fossil fuel and construction companies. (116 words)

Jan 13, 2022 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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