New Freeway Hall

5018 Rainier Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98118
(At S. Hudson St., four blocks
south of S. Alaska St.)
Wheelchair accessible.

Directions via Public Transit
By bus take the #7 and get off at S.
Hudson St.
By light rail get off at the Columbia
City station; then it’s a short walk east.

On street parking is usually available,
and if not, there is an inexpensive
public lot two blocks away on S.
Ferdinand St, just east of Rainier Ave. S.

Phone: 206-722-2453
Fax: 206-723-7691

Public Hours
Monday through Friday, 10am-8:00pm. Or call for an appointment!

New Freeway Hall is available for rent. Click here for more information!

Seattle Statements and News
Freedom Socialist Party recommendations for the August 4, 2015 Washington State Primary Election

Begins Monday, July 6, 6:30 PM

Study Circle on Eco-Marxism

Getting red to save green earth

Fossil fuels are warming the planet, oil spills pollute the ocean, and fracking creates tremors. We’ll examine both the scientific and political reasons a movement demanding radical change is necessary to meet human needs and protect the Earth.

The readings will examine how the drive for profit not only affects the air we breathe, but tramples on indigenous rights and creates environmental racism. Socialist feminist perspectives and solutions to environmental destruction will be highlighted.

For reading materials, click here.

Starts Monday, July 6
Meets every Monday from 6:30 to 8pm

Victrola Coffee & Art
411-15th Ave E, Seattle 98122

Sponsored by the Freedom Socialist Party
For more information, call Mark at 913-707-0806 or email

Sunday, Sept. 20, 3:00 PM

Christina López, Miriam Padilla & Sarah Scott present “Talking Back: Voices of Color”

Author reading and signing at Elliott Bay Bookstore

Activists of color with Radical Women and the Freedom Socialist Party will read from their pieces and discuss a new intergenerational, multiracial anthology of writing by youth, political prisoners, immigrants, activists, community organizers and history-makers. Some of the topics include police brutality, quality education and environmental justice, indigenous land rights and international solidarity, film and book reviews, hidden histories of women of color, and tales of endurance and survival. The book is published by Red Letter Press [], edited and with an introduction by poet-radical Nellie Wong.

The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Ave., Seattle, WA 98122
Free admission

For information, contact Radical Women at (206)722-6057 or
Elliott Bay event page: