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Seattle Burma Roundtable (Burma Action Group)
The University of Washington's Burma Action Group was formed in 1994 by four students who were searching for a way to help improve the human rights situation in Burma.
The Seattle Burma Roundtable (SBR) has been meeting on a regular basis since November of 1993. It is an umbrella group that is composed of members of the University of Washington Burma Action Group, the Seattle Campaign for a Free Burma, and any other community members who wish to support the struggle for freedom and justice in Burma (also known as Myanmar); provide medical and humanitarian aid for refugees and educate ourselves and others about the situation on the Thai-Burma border.
The University of Washington’s Burma Action Group was formed in 1994 by four students who were searching for a way to help improve the human rights situation in Burma. They were a Burmese student who had left Burma after the 1988 crackdown; two American students who had spent time with Burmese refugees on the Thai-Burma border, becoming caught up in the justice of their quest for freedom and democracy; and an American who was intrigued by Burma and its people.
The group now includes college students and faculty and many people from the Puget Sound community, all of whom share in common an interest in Burma.
Currently the group meets on the third Tuesday of each month 7:00 p.m. – 8:45 p.m. at the Mosaic Coffee House in Wallingford, in the private meeting room called “The Den.”.