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“We Got to Do Better, We Must Do Better”—More Ethnic Studies Programs in Seattle Public Schools Unanimously Approved
2 years ago

“We Got to Do Better, We Must Do Better”—More Ethnic Studies Programs in Seattle Public Schools Unanimously Approved

Carla Bell July 10, 2017

Last Wednesday evening, with questions of definition and implementation still unanswered, the Seattle Public Schools (SPS) Board of Directors unanimously approved Seattle School District #1 …
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How Can We Solve Inequity Within Seattle Public Schools?—With #EthnicStudiesNow
2 years ago

How Can We Solve Inequity Within Seattle Public Schools?—With #EthnicStudiesNow

Carla Bell July 1, 2017

I walked through the double doors of the John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence on Wednesday evening and was instantly gathered up into a spirit …
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#Seahomeless: Immigrant Business Owners and Homeless Share Unspoken Camaraderie
2 years ago

#Seahomeless: Immigrant Business Owners and Homeless Share Unspoken Camaraderie

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By Melissa Lin June 28, 2017

While it’s well known that many who experience homelessness like to gather in the Chinatown-International District and residing neighborhoods, the intimate relationship between business …
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Is North Seattle Becoming the “New Richmond” of Chinese Food?
2 years ago

Is North Seattle Becoming the “New Richmond” of Chinese Food?

By Jay Friedman June 16, 2017

Have you noticed a rise in Chinese food establishments opening in north Seattle?

You’re not the only one. If growth continues, I’m going to nickname …
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The Cheap Eats Label and Its Effect on Small Restaurants
2 years ago

The Cheap Eats Label and Its Effect on Small Restaurants

By Tiffany Ran April 19, 2017

 

In 2016, over 60 restaurants in Seattle were named among the city’s best “cheap eats” by publications like the Seattle TimesSeattle Met, and Eater Seattle, …
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‘Xin Chào’ Magazine Shares Stories of the Vietnamese-American Experience
2 years ago

‘Xin Chào’ Magazine Shares Stories of the Vietnamese-American Experience

By Jessica Boyd April 13, 2017

Xin Chào magazine (XC) is a burgeoning media platform which sits at the intersection of Vietnamese and American identities. Regardless of how you identify …
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Taiwan’s 85°C Bakery Cafe Prepares for Growth in Seattle
3 years ago

Taiwan’s 85°C Bakery Cafe Prepares for Growth in Seattle

By Tiffany Ran March 16, 2017

On a rainy Sunday nearly a month after its soft opening, the line at the Southcenter Mall’s new 85°C Bakery and Cafe still extended …
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Womxn’s March in Seattle: A Photo Story
3 years ago

Womxn’s March in Seattle: A Photo Story

By Rosin Saez January 23, 2016

You might have been aware of a little march of people making their way through the city on Saturday, January 21. Well, what was …
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What Next? —Actions, Dialogues, and Resources Following Election
3 years ago

What Next? —Actions, Dialogues, and Resources Following Election

This post has been updated to incude the most recent and upcoming events

By Melissa Lin November 11, 2016

After digesting the initial shock and despair of Donald Trump’s presidential …
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Ethnic Seattle’s Neighborhood Spotlight: The Central District
3 years ago

Ethnic Seattle’s Neighborhood Spotlight: The Central District

By Rosin Saez, with Rashi Bhogal May 27, 2016

Whether known for a plethora of diverse cuisines, such as the restaurants and markets of Rainier Valley, or for a strong …
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