Bellingham City Club presents a panel discussion to explore questions about the #MeToo movement. Enjoy a delicious lunch and our featured panel on Wednesday, April 25 from 11:50 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at Northwood Hall, 3240 Northwest Ave, Bellingham. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and tickets are available via Brown Paper Tickets and on our website at
Panelists include:
Katie Anthony writes about feminism and family on the blog KatyKatiKate. Her writing has most recently appeared on CNN, NBC News THINK, BUST, and Scary Mommy. Katie co-hosts the weekly podcast Mouthy/Messy/Mandatory with Ronit Feinglass Plank. and she has been a guest on KUOW’s The Record with Bill Radke to discuss issues relating to feminism, as well as the podcasts For Crying Out Loud, Shameless Mom Academy, Cafecito Break, and Inside Voice. Katie lives outside Seattle with her husband and two sons, ages 3 and 5.
Karen Burke is the Executive Director of Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services of Whatcom County. One of her missions is “to lead the community towards ending these abuses of power.”
Carrie Blackwood is an attorney at Barron, Smith, and Daugert. She specializes in employment law, including discipline, performance, and workplace investigations. She works with ethnically diverse and socially disadvantaged populations, to achieve social justice.
We give special thanks to City of Bellingham BTV10 for filming and airing City Club programs.
Bellingham City Club Mission: Citizens from diverse backgrounds cooperating to promote informed discussion of issues important to the community. Membership is open to all who support our mission and involves modest annual dues to pay speaker expenses and support operations. More information is available at
Killdate: April 25, 2018

Contact: Tanya Baumgart, 360-739-1427