Seattle Women’s Health Week Events

www.womenshealth.gov/whw

sponsored by Seattle NOW, CLUW, SEIU Local 6, Seattle University, University of WA, The Yellow Umbrella, U.T.O.P.I.A. and more

* May 11th, 11:30 am–1:30 pm, Seattle University – Seattle NOW w/Feminist Studies students

Stop by the Feminist Studies table for information on Womens’ Health Week and Cervical Cancer Prevention

* May 11TH, 35 pm, Seattle University School of Nursing in conjunction with HHS Office on Women’s Health – Region 10 Seattle and Yellow Umbrella

Christine Baze, musician, cervical cancer survivor and founder of the Yellow Umbrella organization, and celebrity makeup artist Debra Macki (clients include Rihanna,  Cyndi Lauper and Kathie Lee Gifford) are coming to campus during Cervical Cancer Awareness Week in Seattle to educate women about this preventable disease. Debra will showcase her new eye shadow palette dedicated to cervical cancer awareness – and give eye makeovers to a lucky few. Come join the fun!

* The University of Washington Women’s Center & Seattle NOW present:
A Girlfriends Gathering for Fun, Beauty and Cervical Cancer Prevention
Wednesday, May 12th, 10 am – 1 pm
Husky Union Building at the University of Washington
4001 Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA

featuring

Christine Baze – Musician and Cervical Cancer Survivor
Debra Macki – Celebrity Makeup Artist


For more information, please contact Claire Vander Woude at clairevw@u.washington.edu or (206) 685-1090.

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* The Washington State President and the Puget Sound Chapter of the Coalition of Labor Union Women and Seattle NOW Invite you to join us for a Sister Circle for Music, Beauty and Cervical Cancer Prevention (Sponsored by the National Yellow Umbrella Organization)
Wednesday, May 12th, 6 pm9 pm
Seattle Labor Temple (Hall 1) 2800 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA
Admission is Free!

featuring

Christine Baze – Musician and Cervical Cancer Survivor
Debra Macki – Celebrity Makeup Artist

More than 11,000 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cervical cancer this year. Come learn how to protect yourself from this preventable disease, while enjoying music, makeup, good food, and friends! Christine Baze, musician, cervical cancer survivor and founder of the Yellow Umbrella organization, and celebrity makeup artist Debra Macki (clients include Rihanna, Cyndi Lauper and Kathie Lee Gifford) are coming to Seattle during Cervical Cancer Awareness Week to educate women about this preventable disease. Christine will play live music and Debra will showcase her new eye shadow palette dedicated to cervical cancer awareness – and give eye makeovers to a lucky few. Come join the conversation… and the fun! This event is open to everyone and we would like to have all your organizations tabling at this event.   Please RSVP to Verlene Jones, WA President of the Coalition of Labor Union Women, verlenejazz@msn.com or (206) 724-1756.
Table space available, please rsvp to Verlene. All women’s support services and health information is welcome – and our greatest hope is that you will be there, invite your family and friends to be a part of this very special program on Wednesday evening. www.theyellowumbrella.org

* for Franklin High School Students

May 20th, 12 pm2:30 pm
Film Screening of ‘3 Girls Like Me’ a Paula Mozen film
Franklin High School, RM 205