Belonging | The 2021 ACLU-WA Annual Celebration

Join us for a festive evening of belonging, awards, words, and music!
Friday, October 22 at 6:30pm.



Please visit a partner for takeout, and take $10 off your order on us, and keep checking back for more locations:
Brandywine Kitchen, Bellingham
Cascadia Public House, Spokane
Andrae’s Kitchen, Walla Walla

Order Food & Drinks 
(Seattle area dinner and drink delivery closed on 10/15)


ACLU-WA Executive Director Michele Storms in conversation
with john a. powell (Director, Othering & Belonging Institute
at University of California, Berkeley)


Emceed by Jeannie Yandel and Eula Scott Bynoe 
(Battle Tactics for Your Sexist Workplace)


Performances by The Black TonesTomo Nakayama,
and Sonya Renee Taylor

ACLU-WA Award Winner Illustrations by Emma Noyes
We celebrate our 2021 ACLU-WA Award Recipients:  

Fred Diamondstone
William O. Douglas Bill of Rights Award

Ivy Pete
Youth Activist Award

Washington Coalition for Police Accountability
Robert S. Chang & David A. Perez
Kathleen Taylor Civil Libertarian Awards






Broadcast from stolen land, as we acknowledge broken treaties,
genocide, and much work to be done to improve the lives of Indigenous
peoples. The work we are doing will never be enough.

Illustrations by Emma Noyes (Sinixt band of the Confederated Tribes
of the Colville Reservation), an artist, researcher, and educator living
and working in Spokane. Follow her @expertink. Love her art as much
as we do? 100 registrants will win event swag bags full of  Emma
Noyes x ACLU-WA goodies.






Please visit a partner for takeout, and take $10 off your order on us, and keep checking back for more locations:
Brandywine Kitchen, Bellingham
Cascadia Public House, Spokane
Andrae’s Kitchen, Walla Walla

Order Food & Drinks 
(Seattle area dinner and drink delivery closed on 10/15)

Check out last year's Centennial Celebration here.