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Seattle-Limbe Sister City Association is a nonprofit citizen diplomacy network creating and strengthening partnerships between Seattle, USA and Limbe, Cameroon. Our ultimate goal is to increase global cooperation at the municipal level, promote cultural understanding, and stimulate economic development through our philanthropy.

 

SEWING CIRCLE

When it is safe to meet again,

we will resume sewing at

First AME Church

Congregation Beth Shalom

Bait Ul Ehsaan Mosque

Assumption Church

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge the lands that we live and work on are the stolen lands of the Coast
Salish people, including the Duwamish. They are the original peoples in this space
that we call home. Many Coast Salish still live on their unceded aboriginal territory,
which includes the towns now called Seattle, Burien, Tukwila, Renton, and Redmond.
Prior to the coming of the white colonizers, the Coast Salish people lived in villages in
the foothills, along the rivers, creeks, prairies and islands of what is now called the
Puget Sound. They extended their hands in friendship and assisted many who were
seeking refuge and a better life in the west. In return, the U.S. government
encouraged the colonizers to push the indigenous peoples out of their ancestral
lands, abuse and even murder them to claim this land for themselves.   We

acknowledge that we have inherited that legacy and stand in solidarity with the Coast
Salish people who still fight for their rights as indigenous people today.

Seattle-Limbe Sewing Circle

We consider community-building our primary aim: providing a time, place, and enjoyable way to interact with a diverse Seattle community. Join us in common cause to assist schoolgirls in Cameroon – and build relationships beyond boundaries at home in Seattle!
SLSCA
Sewing Circle
is a chapter of
Days for Girls
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SLSCA has sent three delegations to deliver feminine care kits to schoolgirls in Cameroon. To date, we have provided 4,653 kits containing washable, reusable supplies, enabling girls to stay in school while on their periods.