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What Do People Say About Black Coffee?

Here at Black Coffee we get the pleasure of being on the receiving end of the sweet things people have to say about the cafe, the stories of special moments they have shared here, and their thoughts about the cafe.  These kind words help remind us why we work so hard to sustain this project.  […]

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We’re Ready for Our Forever Home

The first two years of the cooperative have been spent at 501 E. Pine in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle.  Over that time the co-op has GROWN, from infancy to toddler-hood.  We have made leaps and bounds, and now we are ready to grow some more!  We want to grow our capacity to strengthen […]

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Solidarity with Ferguson, MO

Over the last few days it’s been impossible to ignore the incredible solidarity shown by the people of ferguson, mo in the face of overwhelming militarized police aggression. hella respect to all the people in the streets of ferguson, day and night. anger and from seattle. we’d like to share links to solidarity events here […]

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Residents Blockade Tracks To Protest Dangerous Oil-By-Rail Projects

Rising Tide Seattle Press Release (photos below): For Immediate Release: 7:15am, Monday, July 28, 2014, Anacortes Tesoro Refinery   Residents Blockade Tracks To Protest Dangerous Oil-By-Rail Projects UPDATE – 12pm – Three lockdown blockaders have been extracted, arrested, and taken to Mt. Vernon Jail. Donations for legal defense can be made through https://t.co/GMbQhUmdTm Anacortes – Three […]

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May Newsletter

Hello Black Coffee Family! There are three special events we’d like it highlight this month. We’ll send a separate email out highlighting May Day festivities – however, Black Coffee will be closed for May Day as a holiday for the workers. 1. Meet Coffee Farmers! This Friday, 4/25 will be a rare opportunity to meet […]

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Black Coffee Goodbye Zine

Hello Black Coffee Family!!! A few of us in the Black Coffee & Anarres Press collectives are putting together a very special collection of stories, memories & magic. Now that Black Coffee has successfully vaulted itself around the sun, speeding at thousands of miles per hours, and somehow didn’t get destroyed by asteroids or interstellar […]

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Worker-Owner Call Out

The Black Coffee Co-op is looking to expand! If you love making coffee, want to smash the state, and like to play well with others, this may be the position for you. Here’s some of what we’re looking for: radical anti-state, anti-capitalist, anti-authoritarian politics (you don’t need to quote old radicals, but you should know […]

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New Years Hours & Noise Demonstration

Tomorrow, New Year’s Eve, black coffee will be closing at 7pm. Please join us for a noise demonstration at 8pm at the local Juvenile Hall, 12th and alder, to show these kids they are loved and remembered. Black Coffee will reopen on 1/1 at 9am.

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Black Coffee Newsletter – December ’13

Hello Black Coffee Family! Temperatures are freezing, first frost set in early, and we are due for a cold cold winter! If you’ve got plenty of warm clothes, warm food, and warm friends – Black Coffee encourages you to share some of that abundance. Peace for the Streets by Kids for the Streets, or “PSKS”, […]

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Black Coffee Newsletter – November ’13

Hello Black Coffee Family! The pretty colors are upon us as autumn sets in and the suns begins to hibernate. This is a time of harvest and foraging to prepare for the winter and give thanks to the Earth for providing us with all our needs. And in this spirit we would like to share […]

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