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An original documentary on the Criterion Channel on FilmStruck: https://www.filmstruck.com/us/
This speech, on the medium-term future of the Alt-Right, was delivered on the 12th of November, 2016. The North-West Forum is a project of Counter-Currents. www.counter-currents.com [This video is not intended to condone violence or hate.] [This project is my livelihood. Please see http://www.millennialwoes.com/donate. Thank you.] ALTERNATIVE CHANNELS: http://www.vid.me/millennialwoes http://www.bitchute.com/channel/millennialwoes http://www.minds.com/millennialwoes
The Seattle Divestment Forum brought together city government leaders and financial professionals for a dialogue on divesting from fossil fuels. "It's a growing movement and we must now map out the path forward for responsibly moving our assets into more sustainable investments. I am convening this Forum because divesting from fossil fuels is a complex process and one that must be undertaken in a deliberate manner to ensure we can meet our obligations to city employees, retirees and residents." - Mike McGinn Former Mayor of Seattle
3-21-2018 Town Hall Science Series presentation at Pigott Hall, Seattle University. Rob Girling-CEO Artefact Group https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=ht Dan Liebling- Google Research Aron Reich-Director of Innovation at Avanade Caleb Weaver-Uber Public Affairs Cesar Kellar-Former Microsoft CMO of LATAM Ece Kamar Microsoft Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group Researcher Presented by MIT Enterprise Institute https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.mitefnorthwest.org%2Fevent%2Fai-automation-and-impacts-society-and-work&h=ATMGdQ_CyaDcum6iAESkyLTa7jNEPxVXpt9GKP3ESJcZ3wokRf12otQArImYnRzwNJbfZUyJiAxxcw6BLy2j4CiLa8C7vm4JTqeoiKALlgw42tCkOhw
WATCH: Candidates for Seattle Mayor and Council meet in a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters. Join us for tonight's discussion: "Old Seattle vs. New Seattle: Can We Find Common Ground to Build a Brighter Future?" KING 5's Natalie Brand is moderator.
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The Think Global Forum is a body of industry professionals designed to provide insights and thought leadership in the context of the globalization of products and services around the world. With a strong interest in all things localization the forum is made up of industry thought leaders who can offer keen insights into the here and now and importantly the future. Think Global Forum - Travel Launch Event - Seattle www.thinkglobalforum.org
Public Forum: The Possibilities for a Public Bank in Seattle recorded December 10, 2014 at University Temple United Methodist Church in Seattle and featuring Wayne Lau, Executive Director of Rainier Valley Community Development Fund, Sen. Bob Hasegawa, WA State 11th Legislative District, Nick Licata, Seattle City Councilmember, Karl Beitel, Director, Public Bank Project, Thomas Keidel, Federation of German Banks, and Gwendolyn Hallsmith, Public Banking Institute.
The Future of Implant Dentistry is here, today! This is a great opportunity to gain insights into the latest technologies and protocols from world-renowned clinicians, researchers and presenters. The experts will together with the moderator Dr. Lesley David conduct the morning session. Biological and Technical Complications Associated with Fixed Implant Rehabilitation Dr. Torsten Jemt & Dr. Oded Bahat Digital Workflow and Restorative considerations - Avoiding pitfalls by using existing tools in modern dentistry Dr. Saj Jivraj, Dr. Peter Moy & Dr. Alessandro Pozzi Bone regeneration protocols, techniques and materials -- Where do we stand? Dr. Oded Bahat & Dr. Dan Holtzclaw The evolution of All-on-4 - Why did it take so long? Dr. Paulo Malo
Watch these interviews with some of the startups who presented at the SAP Startup Forum in Seattle. The SAP Startup Forum is a part of the global SAP Startup Focus Program, which is looking for innovative startups to develop their solutions on SAP HANA. For more information on the Startup Focus Program, please visit http://spr.ly/SAPStartups
Students speak up about arts education in their schools. Nearly 200 arts education advocates attended the sixth annual Arts in Education Forum, Monday, Nov. 8 at Seattle University to discuss how the arts engage, challenge and motivate young people. Two current students and one recent graduate of Seattle Public Schools directed the conversation with Mayor Mike McGinn and SPS Chief Academic Officer Dr. Susan Enfield. Both Mayor McGinn and Dr. Enfield reinforced their commitments to the city's multi-year Arts in Education Partnership with Seattle Public Schools; integrating arts in the upcoming Families & Education Levy; and finding more ways to provide critical arts opportunities for students across Seattle. Sign up for updates and progress reports about the city's arts education par...
This Oct 3 2017 forum, sponsored by the Eastlake Community Council, Friends of Seattle’s Urban Forest, Plant Amnesty, Portage Bay/Roanoke Park Community Council, Seattle Audubon, Seattle Greenspaces Coalition, Seattle Nature Alliance, Thornton Creek Alliance and TreePAC
On January 6, 2012, a labor solidarity forum called by Occupy Seattle was held to support Longview, WA International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 21 in its battle against union-busting by the giant EGT consortium. The event drew more than 200 people to the Labor Temple in downtown Seattle and featured four ILWU speakers. However, a couple dozen right-wing bureaucrats and hangers-on from the Seattle, Tacoma and Portland ILWU locals physically disrupted the meeting with yelling, pushing, shoving and punches, in attempt to prevent its democratic functioning. The speakers and many in the audience made clear that these bureaucratic thugs did not represent the ranks of labor by chanting "ILWU, ILWU" against the disrupters. The meeting ended with an appeal for all supporters of labor right...
74 Routes of King County Metro are scheduled for elimination and 107 other routes are scheduled for service reductions. Community Forum on Public Transportation, held at Seattle Central Community College theatre, January 16, 2014 Afternoon session: 12pm-2pm Seattle Central Community College in partnership with the Transit Riders Union, the Student Government of Seattle University, and King County Metro, join students, faculty, staff, county officials and community members for an informative discussion on the past, present and future state of public transportation in the Seattle metro area. Opens with a short presentation on the history of cuts to King County Metro, current funding sources, and climate in the legislature. Directly following the presentation, panel addresses critical quest...
The Quaifes -- Kwab Copeland (guitar, vocals), Bill Herzog (bass, vocals), Chris Lefebvre (guitar), and Dan Peters (drums) -- cover the Kinks' "Victoria" at Seattle's Northwest Film Forum after a screening of Geoff Edgers' "Do It Again" film. Thanks NWFF, Easy Street Records, and of course, The Quaifes! You can get more info about "Do It Again" at http://doitagainthemovie.com
Join your community and get to know your candidates for Seattle’s Mayor, City Council-At-Large Positions 8 and 9, and City Attorney with this live forum. Sit in for a round-table discussion moderated by KCTS 9’s own broadcast journalist Enrique Cerna, as the candidates respond to questions that matter to you. Interpretation in Spanish, Somali, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Korean will be provided. The event will be recorded by The Seattle Channel and livestreamed by Town Hall Seattle. Candidates include: Jenny Durkan and Cary Moon for Mayor; Pete Holmes and Scott Lindsay for City Attorney; Jon Grant and Teresa Mosqueda for City Council Position-At-Large 8; and Lorena González and Pat Murakami for City Council Position-At-Large 9. Presented By: The City of Seattle’s Democracy Vouch...