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White Center Food Bank

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It's Spring in West Seattle!

tSB gives back to the community helping the Food Bank reorganize its storage, restore its landscaping. and repack donations for those in need.

Out with the old.. in with the new!

Who doesn't love frozen pizza?! (More at jaychanphoto.com/tsb)

POVERTY BANQUET

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Nom nom time!

Experiencing class differences when it comes to eating, and examining the reality of the conflicts amongst classes in the world today. Also celebrating tSB’s Executive Director Ashley Miller’s birthday!

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Nutrition & Healthy Bodies

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Exploring the topic of nutrition and accessibility to food markets by demographics. Learning some useful warm-up drills from Aldrin, and performing stretches to prevent injuries before intense shredding on the mountain!

..98..99..99 1/2..

Snowboarding Trip #3

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tSB riders (that remembered to set their clock early for DST!) shook off the morning cobwebs for an early trip out east to Stevens Pass. Although it was the first time for many to this mountain, tSB showed up with determination and persistence, not only braving the new and unfamiliar, but responding with wide grins, plenty of laughter, and an armada of hand-packed snowballs!!! SPLAT!

Know Your Rights

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Special guest speaker Mijo Lee empowers tSB to Know Their Rights, and an 11-word phrase to memorize for life! We learned the importance of Miranda Rights, dispelling common myths about police, search warrants, public defenders and attorneys. We also recognized our tSB brother Falmata for a special upcoming leap year birthday!

Awesome Start!

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Sorry for being M.I.A.! Things have gotten crazy on our end. So far we’ve finished two Undoing Institutional Oppression trainings, cultivated power with Stephany Hazelrigg,  had a wildly successful retreat, learned the basics of Capoeira and had our first snowboarding experience!


Sunday was RAD! With our youth and mentors fitted in gear and boards donated from generous snow giants like evo and Mervin, and SnoCon, we headed east to the Summit at Snoqualmie bright and early. Youth and mentors learned alongside one another, how to buckle into bindings, skate across flat land, dig into our heelsides, and for some, how to carve! After three hours falling and getting back up, we enjoyed an awesome filling lunch from Operation Sack Lunch, then went back to hit the slopes, but this time, we took off onto the lifts!

tSBers practice falling and getting back up at the Summit

Photos courtesy of Jay Chan.