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Race & Equity

FEEST on this: how a White Center nonprofit is empowering youth through food
5 months ago

FEEST on this: how a White Center nonprofit is empowering youth through food

by Kelly Guava Jelly and Bao Nguyen May 8, 2018

It’s probably not a stretch to say that most people don’t think about food on a regular basis. Well, it’s …
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Ichiro returns: why his presence is more than just a numbers game
7 months ago

Ichiro returns: why his presence is more than just a numbers game

By Milan Chang March 29, 2018

Being a Mariners fan has never depended on a belief in World Series success. Loyalty to the M’s has always been inspired by an …
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Testing the International District’s Boundaries: A Walk Toward Belonging
8 months ago

Testing the International District’s Boundaries: A Walk Toward Belonging

By Milan Chang March 7, 2018

Editor’s introduction: We are excited to present a new column: Milan’s Musing. In this series, Milan will share his personal exploration into modern Asian …
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NAAM 2018: Everyday Black
9 months ago

NAAM 2018: Everyday Black

By Carla Bell January 8, 2018

With just three months at the post, Eve Sanford, the new Education & Public Programs Director at Northwest African American Museum, shows zeal and confidence. …
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A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration – Review
11 months ago

A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration – Review

By Carla Bell December 2, 2017

Tucked into the dimly lit and cozy corners of Seattle’s Taproot Theatre Company, small groups huddled over hot drinks, sometimes wine. Paula Vogel’s A Civil …
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Cultural Equity: An Evening with Ta-Nehisi Coates
11 months ago

Cultural Equity: An Evening with Ta-Nehisi Coates

By Carla Bell November 27, 2017

A standard Seattle November night at Benaroya Hall, inside as much as out. Donning brands such as Patagonia, North Face, REI, Merrill, and …
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The Pilgrim’s Progress
11 months ago

The Pilgrim’s Progress

By Carla Bell November 20, 2017

John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress is a two-part tale of interpretive literary work. It’s described as a depiction of the life and struggles of …
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Race, Ethnicity, Genealogy, and Nationality: Making a Difference, Literally
11 months ago

Race, Ethnicity, Genealogy, and Nationality: Making a Difference, Literally

By Carla Bell November 13, 2017

We opened this series with discussion of race as structure – a web of restrictions, obstacle, and hindrances for …
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Día de los Muertos: Honoring Life, Celebrating Death
12 months ago

Día de los Muertos: Honoring Life, Celebrating Death

By Carla Bell October 24, 2017

Many of us shrug at this holiday and think to ourselves, “Oh, I’m sure it’s basically the same as Halloween by another name. …
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CHIEF SI’AHL
1 year ago

CHIEF SI’AHL

On #IndigenousPeoplesDay we present The Honorable Cecile Hansen, great-great-grandniece to Chief Si’ahl – known by most as Chief “Seattle”, the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center, rebuilt after it and nearly …
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