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Opinion: Trump’s “sh**hole countries” comments are harmful. But so are U.S. military intervention and our racist immigration system

Opinion: Trump’s “sh**hole countries” comments are harmful. But so are U.S. military intervention and our racist immigration system

Guest Contributor February 8, 2018 0

By Jackie Vaughn, Coalition of Immigrants, Refugees and Communities of Color (CIRCC) Like many people around the country, members of the Coalition of Immigrants, Refugees and Communities of Color (CIRCC) were shocked and angered

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Monthly Health Tip from Amerigroup: Succeed at Quitting Tobacco

Monthly Health Tip from Amerigroup: Succeed at Quitting Tobacco

Guest Contributor January 8, 2018 0

Tip: Succeed at Quitting Tobacco Your health matters! The International Examiner and Amerigroup are partnering to bring you monthly health tips from Dr. Shawn Akavan. Tobacco smoke contains a deadly mix of more than

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Letter to the editor: Uwajimaya responds to concerns about planned cell towers on Publix Apartments

Letter to the editor: Uwajimaya responds to concerns about planned cell towers on Publix Apartments

Guest Contributor December 19, 2017 0

The following is a letter to the editor from Uwajimaya, responding to a previous letter in December from Jimmy Lee, expressing concerns about plans to install cellular panel antennas and other cell transmitters on the

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Beyond White Walls: Eighth Generation works with community to install art at Navigation Center

Beyond White Walls: Eighth Generation works with community to install art at Navigation Center

Guest Contributor December 18, 2017 0

VIEW “BEYOND WHITE WALLS: SEATTLE ARTIST TAKES ON THE NAVIGATION CENTER” The following announcement is from Eighth Generation: When Louie Gong, a Nooksack tribal member and owner of Eighth Generation, recently visited the new

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Letter to the editor: Residents of Chinatown International District should be concerned about health impacts of cell towers

Letter to the editor: Residents of Chinatown International District should be concerned about health impacts of cell towers

Guest Contributor December 5, 2017 0

If you live in the Chinatown-ID neighborhood, especially if you live in or near the Publix Seattle Apartments (on 510 5th Ave. S), or next door at the Uwajimaya Village Apartments (on 521 S Weller St.),

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Monthly Health Tip from Amerigroup: Getting Active

Monthly Health Tip from Amerigroup: Getting Active

Guest Contributor November 27, 2017 0

Your health matters! The International Examiner and Amerigroup are partnering to bring you monthly health tips from Dr. Shawn Akavan

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Monthly Health Tip from Amerigroup: Boost your Nutrition

Monthly Health Tip from Amerigroup: Boost your Nutrition

Guest Contributor October 30, 2017 0

Tip: Boost Your Nutrition Your health matters! The International Examiner and Amerigroup are partnering to bring you monthly health tips from Dr. Shawn Akavan. Start the day with a healthy breakfast. It refuels your body

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Announcement: Becoming Financially Well, One Step at a Time

Announcement: Becoming Financially Well, One Step at a Time

Guest Contributor October 23, 2017 0

Do you know how financially fit you are? Many people don’t, because often it’s not as easy to measure as a number on the scale or how long you can run. Until now.

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KeyBank’s Carol K. Nelson stewards community focus

KeyBank’s Carol K. Nelson stewards community focus

Guest Contributor October 23, 2017 0

As part of the partnership between the International Examiner and KeyBank to highlight the ways we can work toward financial empowerment for all communities, we caught up with KeyBank’s Carol K. Nelson, Pacific Region

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API Candidate Forum: Who do I Vote For Seattle School Board on November 7?

API Candidate Forum: Who do I Vote For Seattle School Board on November 7?

Guest Contributor October 10, 2017 0

Education is very important to our Asian Pacific Islander (API) community. In 2016, the Seattle Public Schools enrolled 8,027 (15%) API students and served 2,031 (24%) API bilingual students. The graduation rate is 77%.

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