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Will you stand with us tomorrow as we bring our united voice to County Council members in Seattle, to make sure families that go through an inquest are never without legal counsel again? Watch the video below of what happened to Sonia Joseph, and bring your voice and sign up to speak-out at the County Chambers tomorrow!

Families of lost loved ones bring their voice to the County CouncilJanuary 9, 2018, 1:30pm516 Third Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 County Council Chambers 10th floor Room 1001The Law and Justice Committee will consider legislation that will impact the county’s inquest process: providing legal representation to families for the inquest process.

Please join Not This Time, Lisa Daugaard, Director of Public Defender Association and the families of lost loved ones, as we bring our voices to the County Council members Law and Justice Committee, to make sure families that go through the inquest process are afforded an attorney and are never without legal representation again. Right now, most families that suffer the lost of a loved one by police use of deadly force go through the inquest process without any legal representation at all and we want the County Council to change that!

We thank the Councilmembers who are co-sponsoring the bill: Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Rod Dembowski and Dave Upthegrove

When: (Tuesday, January 9 at 1:30 p.m.)

Where: King County Courthouse
516 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
10th Floor room 1001
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The ENTIRE process of an Inquest Hearing has never helped the victim who was killed by police. The jury selection and the decision of which questions are submitted to jurors are merely a few of the routine steps that the courts go thru. The Prosecutor will once again find insufficient evidence to prosecute the officer. The "brotherhood of the blue line" needs to be dismantled and completely rebuilt. ~ Linda Soriano

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2 weeks ago

The Law and Justice Committee will consider legislation that will impact the county’s inquest process: providing legal representation to families for the inquest process.

Please join Not This Time, Lisa Daugaard, Director of Public Defender Association and the families of lost loved ones, as we bring our voices to the County Council members Law and Justice Committee, to make sure families that go through the inquest process are afforded an attorney and are never without legal representation again. Right now, most families that suffer the lost of a loved one by police use of deadly force go through the inquest process without any legal representation at all and we want the County Council to change that!

We thank the Councilmembers who are co-sponsoring the bill: Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Rod Dembowski and Dave Upthegrove

When: (Tuesday, January 9 at 1:30 p.m.)

Where: King County Courthouse
516 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
10th Floor room 1001

Families of lost loved ones bring their voice to the County CouncilJanuary 9, 2018, 1:30pm516 Third Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 County Council Chambers 10th floor Room 1001The Law and Justice Committee will consider legislation that will impact the county’s inquest process: providing legal representation to families for the inquest process.

Please join Not This Time, Lisa Daugaard, Director of Public Defender Association and the families of lost loved ones, as we bring our voices to the County Council members Law and Justice Committee, to make sure families that go through the inquest process are afforded an attorney and are never without legal representation again. Right now, most families that suffer the lost of a loved one by police use of deadly force go through the inquest process without any legal representation at all and we want the County Council to change that!

We thank the Councilmembers who are co-sponsoring the bill: Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Rod Dembowski and Dave Upthegrove

When: (Tuesday, January 9 at 1:30 p.m.)

Where: King County Courthouse
516 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
10th Floor room 1001
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Families of lost loved ones bring their voice to the County Council

 

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The ENTIRE process of an Inquest Hearing has never helped the victim who was killed by police. The jury selection and the decision of which questions are submitted to jurors are merely a few of the routine steps that the courts go thru. The Prosecutor will once again find insufficient evidence to prosecute the officer. The "brotherhood of the blue line" needs to be dismantled and completely rebuilt. ~ Linda Soriano

Not This Time shared Brandi Kruse's I-940.
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3 weeks ago

Interview with Brandi Kruse at Q13 FOX on Initiative 940.
#DeEscalateWashington #NotThisTime

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Initiative 940, which would change the way officers are prosecuted for deadly force and require additional training in de-escalation, has enough signatures to go to voters. Andre Taylor, whose brother was killed by Seattle police in a shooting later ruled justified, is among those behind the effort.
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Yes!!!!!!!! Thank You So Much!!!

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4 weeks ago

We did it, all of us together have achieved an historic feat! We've collected over 350k signatures to assure we qualify! Please come celebrate with us as we deliver the signatures to the Secretary of state office on Dec 28th.#Yesi940 #Oly122817! Join us! ... See moreSee less

We did it, all of us together have achieved an historic feat! Weve collected over 350k signatures to assure we qualify! Please come celebrate with us as we deliver the signatures to the Secretary of state office on Dec 28th.

 

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1 month ago

New national article on police shootings around the country. More info on those who were shot but did not die. The story of the Chaplin family in Olympia is also included.

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“My nephew, Carter, says, 'I don’t want to be black, I want to be white because the police don’t kill white people.’ And it just, like, broke my heart.”

This is what it’s like to survive being shot by the police: bit.ly/2BdUt3E
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Come share in the celebration and help us march in the #I940 signatures to the Secretary of State in Olympia, December 28th!

Celebrate with us in Olympia!December 28, 2017, 11:30amDe-Escalate WashingtonOn December 28th, 2017, please join us in celebration as we turn in the petitions to the Secretary of State, a thank you to all in celebration together. We hope to see you there. Please be sure to let us know if you will be able to make it. Watch for more details to come! Feel free to share this event with others and let us know if you can be there by saying you are Going!
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"Don't give up!"

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This formerly incarcerated mother is urging people to be mindful of the language they use to talk about people like her
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This is a big deal, bring a friend and come to the De-Escalate Washington Rally this Sunday at 1pm! #I940

De-Escalate Washington RallyDecember 10, 2017, 1:00pmCal Anderson ParkCome join us and our partner organizations at our rally before we go out and gather our last 60,000 signatures! De-Escalate has collected over 280,000 signatures so far and we need you to show up for that last push to get us to the goal!
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We’re almost there and with a few weeks left to gather more signatures we’ll reach our goal! #signI940
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Katrina Johnson shares her family's story of loss and police violence, and why I-940 matters to them.

To build bridges between communities and police, text to GIVE at 206-202-0461 to make a donation. Or, go to deescalatewashington.nationbuilder.com/donate

#Signi940 #i940NOW #DeEscalateWA
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1 month ago

I hope we see you all tonight! Many family members of lost loved ones from police use of deadly force will be there telling their stories, let’s support these families.

Grow As A People Build As A Community/Let's De-Escalate Washington/December 6, 2017, 7:00pmEvergreen State College The Tacoma CampusLet Accountability Bridge Community and Law Enforcement

Come hear the voices of families who lost love ones to police brutality. Andre Taylor Chair of De-Escalate Washington, Gregory Christopher President of Tacoma NAACP and more...

Safe Place where community can come together to listen and support the conversation of accountability so that our state, city, and communities remain strong.

*Complimentary dinner provided by WithStyle Catering*





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Please come and support this Tacoma event! Not This Time and De-Escalate Washington will be there and we hope to see you there too!

Grow As A People Build As A Community/Let's De-Escalate Washington/December 6, 2017, 7:00pmEvergreen State College The Tacoma CampusLet Accountability Bridge Community and Law Enforcement

Come hear the voices of families who lost love ones to police brutality. Andre Taylor Chair of De-Escalate Washington, Gregory Christopher President of Tacoma NAACP and more...

Safe Place where community can come together to listen and support the conversation of accountability so that our state, city, and communities remain strong.

*Complimentary dinner provided by WithStyle Catering*





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FREE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!!.
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Let's get this sh*t straight.....

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Yes, the Civil War's central issue was slavery.
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Grow As A People Build As A Community/Let's De-Escalate Washington/December 6, 2017, 7:00pmEvergreen State College The Tacoma CampusLet Accountability Bridge Community and Law Enforcement

Come hear the voices of families who lost love ones to police brutality. Andre Taylor Chair of De-Escalate Washington, Gregory Christopher President of Tacoma NAACP and more...

Safe Place where community can come together to listen and support the conversation of accountability so that our state, city, and communities remain strong.

*Complimentary dinner provided by WithStyle Catering*





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FREE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!!.
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Tacoma friends! Mark your calendars for December 6th! Please share with your networks!

Grow As A People Build As A Community/Let's De-Escalate Washington/December 6, 2017, 7:00pmEvergreen State College The Tacoma CampusLet Accountability Bridge Community and Law Enforcement

Come hear the voices of families who lost love ones to police brutality. Andre Taylor Chair of De-Escalate Washington, Gregory Christopher President of Tacoma NAACP and more...

Safe Place where community can come together to listen and support the conversation of accountability so that our state, city, and communities remain strong.

*Complimentary dinner provided by WithStyle Catering*





RSVP

FREE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!!.
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2 months ago

Two big community events coming up! This one is Everett, the second one in Tacoma. Please plan to attend and invite your friends!

De-Escalate WA Overcoming Barriers Community EventDecember 5, 2017, 6:30pmEverett United Church Of ChristThis event is intended to engage the Everett/Snohomish County Area and to bring awareness to our community by discussing methods that will break down the wall that is hindering open communication, mutual trust, and healing.

This event will open the door to a mutual desire for relationship development, understanding the value of human life within our community, and building a stronger more respectable relationship between community and law enforcement.

Dinner will be served! Soups and breads with vegan and gluten-free options available. Coffee/tea/hot chocolate.

Please RSVP
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2 months ago

I'll just leave this right here for you....

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"If you read the 13th Amendment, it doesn't talk about the narratives of racial difference. It doesn't talk about ideologies of white supremacy. It only talks about involuntary servitude and forced labor. And because of that I don't think slavery ended in 1865, I think it just evolved." Bryan Stevenson, executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, shares his #BriefbutSpectacular take on justice in America.
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I read Bryan Steveson's book "Just Mercy". The work that this giant of a man has done is Nobel Prize winning caliber. I think he is our American Nelson Mandela. Will loan to book to anyone! .

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2 months ago

De-Escalate Washington
PRESS CONFERENCE: De-Escalate Washington & Not This Time Respond to Seattle Police Department Force Review Board

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