Programs Hub Page

    34 Democrats Programs Hub

    speaker series

    The page will be used to share materials from our programs. When possible, we will provide contact information as well in case you would like to get in touch with the presenter(s). If you have any questions about the materials or programs, you may email 1st Vice Chair Rachel Glass. We hope you enjoy these programs!  Visit our for videos of these programs.

    2023-2024 Programs

    A Perspective on Gaza

    City of Seattle - CARE (Community Assisted Response and Engagement)

    Sustainability Ambassadors

    • Presentation held April 12, 2023
    • Presenter:  Peter Donaldson, Director of Learning
    • Sustainability Ambassadors website
    • Contact Information:  |  206-227-9597
    • Make a donation
    • Student Presenters: Sofia Leotta, Sarah Butruille, Aarya Bhoite, William Chang & Kylie Schulman


    Black History Month

    SW Youth and Family Services (SWYFS)

    2021-2022 Programs

    Black History Month - Black Past

    Modern Monetary Theory

    Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    Asian AAPI Hate Presentation

    Presentation Held May 12, 2021

    Presenter: Sofia Aragon, Burien City Councilperson

    Juneteenth - A Celebration of Freedom and Reflection on American History

    Presentation Held June 9, 2021

    Presenter: Rachel Glass, 1st Vice Chair/Programs Chair

    National Infrastructure Bank Coalition Presentation

    Redlining in Seattle - Mapping Inequality

    Charter Amendment 29 vs. House Our Neighbors


    Whole Washington - A Learning Opportunity

    The State of Housing and Homelessness Crisis (Chief Seattle Club)

    Prosecutors: The Most Powerful Elected Official That You've Never Held Accountable

    • Presentation Held October 13, 2021

    • Presenter: Stephan Thomas – former Senior King County Prosecutor, current local and national trainer and consultant to Prosecutors
    • Prosecutors Accountable to the People (PAC)
    • Contact info:

    Climate Policy 101

    • Presentation Held November 10, 2021

    • Presenter: Randy Litzenberger, co-lead of the 34th Environment, Energy and Land Use (EELU) Caucus, PCO and member, Bellevue High School Teacher
    • Presentation deck Climate 101 Hope and Policy
    • Contact info:
      Contact Randy for more information on the EELU Caucus!

    ``In Our Own Voice`` - National Association for Mental Illness

    Rank Choice Voting - Fair Choice

    Choose 180

    Updates on Local Police Reform

    • Presentation Held August 10, 2022

    • Presenter: Rob Saka
    • Role:   Justice Reform Advocate, Air Force Veteran, Delridge Resident
    • Informational link to follow the Police Chief Search

    Northwest Progressive Institute

    Public Safety Panel