Category Archives: Non-profits

Blogs about my work with non-profits.

Three Years on WordPress

I want to thank everyone who has visited my site and read my blogs. Continue reading

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New Music Program at First Place School

There is a new music program, Music Matters, starting this year at First Place School. Continue reading

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Luc Robitaille Celebrity Shootout 2016

Last weekend, I attended the 2016 Luc Robitaille Celebrity Shootout, an annual hockey game to raise funds for Echoes of Hope.¬†Founded by Luc and Stacia Robitatille, Echoes of Hope is a wonderful non-profit organization that provides support to emancipated foster … Continue reading

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All Native Hip Hop Concert to Benefit Seafair Pow Wow

On Friday night, March 7, 2014, there was an all Native hip hop concert at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center to benefit the Seafair Pow Wow. Due to budget cuts last year, Seafair Pow Wow did not take place. A … Continue reading

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Native Community Celebrates History and Tradition

During the late 1960’s, it was the height of the civil rights movement in America. In the Native community, there were many causes. Nationally, occupations occurred at such places as Alcatraz and Wounded Knee. In Washington State, fishing rights were … Continue reading

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Back in the Day, Michael Rosenbaum’s feel-good comedy

Title: Back in the Day Director: Michael Rosenbaum Starring: Michael Rosenbaum, Morena Baccarin, Harland Williams, Krisoffer Polaha, Isaiah Mustafa, Nick Swardson I just finished watching “Back in the Day”, a new indie movie written and directed by Michael Rosenbaum, who … Continue reading

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Randy Lewis Talks about the Occupation of Fort Lawton

March 8 marks the 44th anniversary of the invasion of Fort Lawton by 90 Native Americans, led by Bernie Whitebear, Colville, an activist and leader of United Indians of All Tribes. The fort was being surplused by the US Department … Continue reading

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