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Soul Societies program combines Storytelling & Art to preserve cultural heritage
10 months ago

Soul Societies program combines Storytelling & Art to preserve cultural heritage

By Kelly Guava Jelly March 14, 2018

It was a particularly cold and wet Wednesday evening in January but the community room inside the Claremont Apartments on Rainier Ave was …
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NAAM 2018: Everyday Black
1 year 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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Race, Ethnicity, Genealogy, and Nationality: Making a Difference, Literally
1 year ago

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

Welcome to the inaugural project of Ethnic Seattle’s sparkling new Race & Equity column! You are cordially invited to visit often and stay as long as you like. Together we’ll …
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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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Seattle’s Arab Festival to Offer Music, Dance, Film and Food, 8/29-30
3 years ago

Seattle’s Arab Festival to Offer Music, Dance, Film and Food, 8/29-30

By: Travel News Desk – Broadway World

August 17, 2015

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Arab Festival explores the cultural roots and current influences of Arab countries through live …
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Working alongside SPD, teens help revamp cop-youth connection
3 years ago

Working alongside SPD, teens help revamp cop-youth connection

By: Sami Edge – Seattle Times

August 17, 2015

In Naji Ibrahim’s Beacon Hill neighborhood, anyone who shows too much support for law enforcement is called an “opp.”

It’s short …
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White Center’s beloved nonprofit pool hits middle age despite little money
3 years ago

White Center’s beloved nonprofit pool hits middle age despite little money

By: Walker Orenstein – The Seattle Times

July 30, 2015

A nonprofit group saved the Evergreen Community Aquatic Center after it closed in 2009, making it a rare public …
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Anchorage population more diverse than you might think
3 years ago

Anchorage population more diverse than you might think

By: Sarah Stuteville – The Seattle Times

July 30, 2015

I was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest but somehow never made it to Alaska until last week. And like many …
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Seattle’s P-Patch Gardens Give Immigrants a Taste of Home
4 years ago

Seattle’s P-Patch Gardens Give Immigrants a Taste of Home

By: Rachel Belle – My Northwest

In Seattle’s P-Patch community gardens you’ll hear languages from all over the world. In West Seattle’s High Point, the gardeners are mostly Southeast Asian immigrants from Laos, …
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Chinatown Parade 2015
4 years ago

Chinatown Parade 2015

Here’s what you missed!

Photos by: Phoebe Poon