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Tacoma Charter Review

Events: Charter Review Comments at Community Forum!Tacoma Public Utilities Auditorium3628 South 35th St., Ground Floor, Tacoma,Tuesday June 25th, City Council …

qʷiqʷəlut Water is Life Series

This spring and summer 350 Tacoma is hosting a series of events that combine caring for qʷiqʷəlut (“little marsh”), a …

City of Tacoma: No Legal Obligation

by Michelle Mood Tacoma City Planning Department has: NO LEGAL OBLIGATION to promote health justice. NO LEGAL OBLIGATION to promote …

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350 Tacoma is a local independent group of 350.org, an international grassroots movement working in collaboration with others to solve the climate crisis.
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4 days ago

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Chiapas Education Project is excited to offer an opportunity for local BIPOC folks:Join us on Saturday August 17th from 4-6pm for a class at @350tacoma that will teach you some basic computer maintenance skills & allow you to leave the class with a refurbished desktop computer, keyboard & mouse to take home!We will be walking you through how to dust out the interior of the PC, install a ssd, install windows, & do thermal paste replacement on recycled desktops. Then you will get to take the computer home with you, along with a current Windows 11 program. The class is free, the computer is free. There is a $50 fee for materials needed to refurbish the computer. You will also want to bring a USB thumb drive to download the Windows 11 program.Space is limited so fill out the form today if you are interested in attending! bit.ly/desktopgiveaway or thru QR code in the graphic@chiapaseducationproject is a non profit that helps ease the burden on Mother Earth by keeping electronics out of the landfill, while expanding access to technology for children and communities typically unable to afford that access. Learn more about our work or support us with a donation at ChiapasEducation.org ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

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Join The Conversation 253 this coming Sunday 6/23 from 1-3pm at Evergreen Tacoma for a panel discussion with Q&A about the city Charter Review!1210 6th Ave, TacomaHear from former Charter Review Committee Members Latasha Palmer, Rebecca Stith & Nicholas Carr. Learn more about the Charter Review process, and Committee recommendations about policing accountability, changing our form of government away from an unelected city manager holding all the power, creating a Climate Commission, & more!We'll also share ways to take action.Learn more about the Charter Review at bit.ly/TacomaCharterReviewPlan to attend the City Council Meeting on Tues 6/25 to give verbal testimony! Meeting will be held at Tacoma Public Utilities Auditorium due to construction at City Hall, and starts at 5pm. Talking points are available on the website listed above or at bit.ly/chartertalkingpoints Council NEEDS to hear from you that these important measures deserve to go on the November ballot for a vote of the people! ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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Thank you to everyone that came to last Tuesday’s rally, urging city council to put important Charter Review Recommendations onto the November ballot for Tacoma voters to decide!We have till mid July before council finalizes their decisions, so we need to keep the pressure up until then–via emails, social posts, and verbal public comments. Save the date, Tues 6/25 for our next opportunity to give verbal testimony!(Council will again be held at the TPU Auditorium due to construction at City Hall)Talking points, educational events, the language of all the Review Committee’s Recomendations, & general info about the Charter Review at bit.ly/TacomaCharterReview or via the link in 350 Tacoma’s bio.Together we CAN win better policing accountability, a city government run by elected representatives instead of an unelected manager, a climate commission, protections for the citizen’s ballot initiative process, & more!Huge thanks to @nativedailynetwork for capturing these images! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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This event was part of the qʷiqʷəlut Water is Life Series by 350 Tacoma, which combines caring for qʷiqʷəlut (“little marsh”), a 1.5 acre salt marsh that we steward, with educational presentations by local organizations and experts covering a wide range of water-related topics. Join us for additional events in the series!June 15th, starting at 12pm Claudia Riedener, a founder of Redefine Tacoma Community Forum, will share her knowledge about water contamination caused by industrial facilities in Tacoma, and how these toxins impact our waters, marine life and health.See the full calendar of events & learn more at bit.ly/littlemarsh or through the link in our bio.We’re grateful to Climate Alliance for the South Sound for educating us on the importance of aquifers in supplying water to our communities & local threats including Bridge Industrial’s South Tacoma Mega Warehouse. And grateful to Tacoma Tree Foundation for sharing knowledge about local tree canopies, barriers to equitable coverage, and the important programs that TTF provides to our community.Support for this event series was provided by the Pacific Northwest Grassroots Fund, a grantmaking fund administered by the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment. We really appreciate your support.And last but not least, huge thanks to Warlord for this beautiful video of the event!350 Tacoma is a volunteer-led organization working towards climate justice, and making Tacoma a healthier, safer, more sustainable & more equitable place to live & work. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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Hope you can join us on Tuesday 6/11 as we flood the City Council Meeting with comments about the Charter Review!(Note: due to construction, the meeting is NOT at City Hall, it will be at the TPU Auditorium, at 3628 South 35th st, Tacoma)There will be a rally outside at 4:30pm with inspiring speakers, and we're bringing a bunch of signs for folks to hold. The Council meeting starts at 5pm. Our chance to speak, during Community Forum, is at the end of the meeting. Each person will get 60-90 seconds. We need to pack the place and make sure Council gets the message to allow these important recommended changes to get onto the November ballot and be decided on by voters!Talking points & the link to join by zoom will be on the webpage about the Charter Review soon. bit.ly/TacomaCharterReview or link in 350 Tacoma's bio. Written comments can be submitted through Monday at 5pm to be acknowledged during the meeting. Send to cityclerk@cityoftacoma.orgTogether we can win better police accountability, a more democratic form of government where an unelected city manager doesn't hold all the power, a Climate Commission, and more!Huge thanks to everyone that came to the Potluck/Art Build to make art for the campaign & gratitude to @gayla.soldano for the beautiful music while we worked! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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Thank you to everyone that came to last night's Potluck & Art Build! We're so excited to see this art in action at the City Council meeting on Tues 6/11. ... See MoreSee Less
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