Meet with Washington State Rep. Tina Orwall on Wednesday, Dec. 12


ACLU Burien People Power and Boulevard Park Place Active Retirement Community will be welcoming 33rd Legislative District Rep. Tina Orwall to meet with the community on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018.

The location for this meeting is the Boulevard Park Place Retirement Community, located at 2805 S. 125th Street in Burien.

Doors will open at 6:45 p.m., with the discussion starting promptly at 7 p.m. and concluding by 8:30 (Please be advised that parking is quite limited). For directions and more info: http://www.boulevardparkplace.com.

Here’s more info:

We have invited Representative Orwall to discuss ACLU’s Justice First Campaign. We hope to hear some updates about the status of legislation on our current ACLU Justice First priorities: Driving while Suspended License III, Teen Sexting and the unconstitutional Death Penalty as well as other human and civil rights legislation.

The conversation will also highlight our own Burien priorities for the State House, and we will take this opportunity to discuss how to be effective advocates: what are the best methods for reaching out to our elected officials, how to identify what other agencies to partner with, and how to amplify the voices of 33rd LD citizens and beyond.

While Burien will be the focus, we believe this event will be useful to anyone interested in learning more about what’s happening, how to interact with elected officials, and what the challenges are to passing important legislation to protect people’s civil rights.

For up to date information, please see our Facebook Event https://www.facebook.com/events/574002233022682/ or email [email protected].

REP. TINA ORWALL
Representative Tina Orwall has served the 33rd Legislative District (Burien, Des Moines, Kent, Normandy Park, Renton & SeaTac) since 2009, where she brings over 20 years of experience working in the public mental health system, as well as expertise in strategic planning in workforce development and affordable housing. Rep. Orwall’s experience also comes from working for the City of Seattle’s Office of Housing, as well as both King and Pierce County governments, and being an active partner in forging governmental partnerships on mental health, housing and veteran needs. Her long list of awards includes commendations from the Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington State Psychological Association, Youth Suicide Prevention Program, the National Alliance on Mental Illness Washington and many more.

Bills she’s sponsored:

About ACLU Burien People Power
The ACLU Burien People Power team is part of a grassroots effort to facilitate discussions and organize activities to preserve people’s rights and liberties.

Our non-partisan group works through direct action, trainings, letter writing, campaigns, and communicating about our priorities with our elected officials. This group was created and is run by volunteers to organize locally.

We host monthly meetings to discuss current civil liberties issues, plan future events and focus on our priorities: Immigrants’ rights, Criminal Justice Reform, Youth Engagement.

We are always accepting new members. Tell us what you enjoy doing and we’ll put your skills to work in our local effort to preserve democratic principles.

For more information contact [email protected].

Directions & Parking:
The meeting will take place in building #2825, the southeast of the four buildings of the complex.

From Military Road S. go EAST on S. 125th St.
At the fork in the road, stay to the Right then take your next Left to access the lower buildings and the driveway. Follow the parking lot around to the Right to the 2nd building (#2825)

Please note that parking is extremely limited. We strongly encourage you to carpool and give yourself sufficient time to find a parking spot. All of the covered parking is reserved – do NOT park in any covered spots. All other spots are open. In addition, you may also park in the fire lanes on the building side of the road only (and please do not park where the road curves). There are also two closed fences that are also ok to block.


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