Fifty years ago, several young Seattleites were served with federal indictments for conspiracy and intent to riot after a demonstration at which two were not present and none were arrested. Some had not met one another until their indictment.

Their trial in the winter of 1970 showcased high courtroom drama (and humor) reminiscent of the highly publicized trial of the Chicago 7.

Join Protest on Trial author Kit Bakke and Seattle 7 defendants Joe Kelly and Roger Lippman to learn more about these historic events, both inside and outside the courtroom.

For disability accommodations, please contact [email protected] two weeks prior to the event.

Location: MOHAI

Cost: Free