We are grounded in the belief that "Another world is not only possible, she is on her way"
-- Arundhati Roy.
We strive to reclaim our humanity by redefining power in order to end settler colonialism, capitalism, and patriarchy in their external and internalized forms.
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You can also order frozen tamales for pick up on Dec. 16 at Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship. To order frozen tamales please call C2C at 360.738.0893. Frozen tamales can be paid for at time of pick up via cash, check or credit card but you must call to place your order.
$35 for a dozen (chicken without mole)
$30 for a dozen (chicken with mole)
$25 for a dozen (veggie without cheese)
$25 for a dozen (veggie with cheese)
Tamales for fundraiser dinner provided by TADEO's Mexican Restaurant.
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At the core of our work is the belief in and commitment to eco-feminism. Learn more about our approach and our three major program areas (Participatory Democracy, Food Justice and Movement Building).
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Community to Community Development (C2C) is a women-led grassroots organization dedicated to food sovereignty and immigrant rights.
C2C is located on Turtle Island on the lands of the Coast Salish people, specifically Lummi Nation.
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Community to Community Development 203 West Holly Street, Suite 311 Bellingham, WA 98225