Allyship 400: Solidarity Workshop
In honor of #QolorsForever, the Q Center, Ethnic Cultural Center, and D Center are working together to bring J Mase III from awQward talent agency to facilitate a workshop examining how we, as student and community leaders, can upgrade our organizing efforts in solidarity across social justice movements.

We have to approach activism with an intersectional lens! As we promote our needs, we cannot do so at the expense of other communities. Our constituents, fellow community members, and friends experience life at a myriad of intersecting identities, so it is our duty to ensure that we can be inclusive and accessible in our organizing efforts.

This workshop will take place on Saturday, April 9th, SAV 136, from 3:30-6:30pm. Dinner will be provided. Please register by April 2nd, so organizers know how much food to bring!

Details for accessibility and directions at the bottom, along with a space for you to express your needs.
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Accessibility and Directions

The Husky Union Building (HUB) is on the UW Campus, near landmarks such as Allen Library, Padelford and Sieg. For a map, search HUB on the campus maps:

University District Metro Bus Routes can be found here:

Driving directions:
From I -5 (Exit NE 45th), East on 45th, Right on Memorial Way NE, Left on NE Stevens Way.
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Padelford Parking Garage is the nearest parking lot to the HUB. Accessible parking is available in N-22, the parking lot near the HUB’s north entrance. Please make parking arrangements at any one of the gatehouses upon entering campus or contact UW Commuter Services ( There is also potential street parking surrounding the campus, on 15th Ave and University Way.

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We are working with DRS to ensure we have ASL interpreters or CART for this workshop. While the HUB is not fragrance-free, we ask that all attendees refrain from wearing scented products. We will have baking soda available if folks are asked to wash off scents.For more information about MCS and being fragrance free:

The HUB’s front entrance and parking lot entrance are wheelchair accessible and HUB 340 is on the third floor. There are elevators to the right of the main entrance and to the left of the entrance by the Lyceum. (On either sides of the carpeted lobby space).

An all-genders restroom can be found above us, on the 3rd floor (accessible by elevators). Binary bathrooms with multiple stalls can found on all floors of the HUB.
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