Returning Home: PTSD and Native American Veterans
"History Speaks" presents a panel featuring Greg Urquhart and Matthew Hale about the impacts of PTSD on Native American Veterans.
The discussion will focus on the extensive research and development of alternative PTSD treatments—and address the specific impacts on the Native veteran community. Tickets will also grant you general admission to the rest of the Washington State History Museum.
Returning Home: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Native American Veterans, Tues, July 28, 12pm, Washington State History Museum, 1911 Pacific Ave, $11
Changing the Climate of Climate Change
SHell No! participants will speak about the importance of women of color in Pacific Northwest climate-change activism—calling for a change in the climate of the climate change movement. Join Sarra Tekola (who also organized June's protest on UW's Greek Row), Zarna Joshi, Afrin Sopariwala, and Yin Yu Wednesday evening for some insight from Seattle's leading change makers.
Women of Color Speak Out: Changing The Climate of Climate Change, Wed, July 29, 7pm, Town Hall Seattle, 1119 Eighth Ave, $8
Advance Notice for August 4
Jolkona Happy Hour Hosts International Entrepreneurs
Jolkona Seattle presents a happy hour event Tuesday to celebrate international entrepreneurship.
The occasion is the Jolkona Catalyst, a three-week intensive social business event that brings social entrepreneurs from emerging countries to Seattle. RSVP and stop by the Galvanize campus for a chance to network, hone business plans, gain valuable insights, and work one on one with experts.
Jolkona Happy Hour Hosts International Entrepreneurs, Tues, Aug 4, 5:30pm, Galvanize Campus, 111 S Jackson St, Free with RSVP
Want to see your nerdy event featured on the PubliCalendar?
Send the details to Atoosa Moinzadeh at firstname.lastname@example.org