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Statement: Navigation Center Community Task Force seeks more engagement

Statement: Navigation Center Community Task Force seeks more engagement

Guest Contributor July 12, 2017 0

There is still more engagement to be done. We want to hear from you. We will continue to fight through our civic processes, voting power and legal means until we are treated equitably and

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Opinion: To tackle Seattle’s housing crisis, we need to clean-up our toxic sites

Opinion: To tackle Seattle’s housing crisis, we need to clean-up our toxic sites

Guest Contributor July 5, 2017 0

More than 1,000 people are moving to Seattle every week and the rise in rent is an all-too-familiar topic. We’ve seen home prices and rent more than double in the last decade. Many in

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Statement: City Rushes Community Process—CID Community Continues to Address the Navigation Center’s Occupancy

Statement: City Rushes Community Process—CID Community Continues to Address the Navigation Center’s Occupancy

Guest Contributor June 29, 2017 0

On June 30th, the NCCTF will email this Response Plan to the Mayor and City Council. The NCCTF expects a full response from the City of Seattle detailing what the City will do for

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Chef Lee guides viewers through the ancient art of fermentation

Chef Lee guides viewers through the ancient art of fermentation

Guest Contributor June 27, 2017 0

Chef Lee introduces viewers to the ancient traditions of fermentation in the film 'Fermented'

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Monthly Health Tip from Amerigroup: How to reduce risk of skin cancer

Monthly Health Tip from Amerigroup: How to reduce risk of skin cancer

Guest Contributor June 21, 2017 0

What can I do to reduce my risk of skin cancer? The warmth of the sunshine can feel good on our skin, but it can also be dangerous. The sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays are

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Announcement: Comcast to deliver gigabit internet service in Washington

Announcement: Comcast to deliver gigabit internet service in Washington

Guest Contributor June 14, 2017 0

The following is an announcement from Comcast: Comcast announced on May 31 that it is launching a new internet service that will deliver speeds up to 1 Gigabit-per-second (Gbps) to residential customers throughout Seattle.

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Essay: Humor, humility, and pride—Making the best of it inside

Essay: Humor, humility, and pride—Making the best of it inside

Guest Contributor June 10, 2017 0

Taking pride in yourself means respecting the neighborhoods, cultures, and nations that we came from. It is about having love and fond memories of family and friends, like going to the beach in Hawai‘i

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Open Letter: Community group questions rapid changes in Chinatown International District

Open Letter: Community group questions rapid changes in Chinatown International District

Guest Contributor May 17, 2017 0

The following is an open letter from The CID Coalition to City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ International Special Review District (ISRD) Board Coordinator Rebecca Frestedt and the ISRD board. Dear ISRD Board Members, We

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Joint Statement: Bar Associations Condemn Executive Order Ban on Refugees and Immigration from Predominantly Muslim Countries

Joint Statement: Bar Associations Condemn Executive Order Ban on Refugees and Immigration from Predominantly Muslim Countries

Guest Contributor April 4, 2017 0

The five Washington Asian Pacific American Bar Associations—the Asian Bar Association of Washington, the South Asian Bar Association of Washington, the Vietnamese American Bar Association of Washington, the Filipino Lawyers of Washington, and the

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API Chaya history: From tragedy to hope, organizing in the face of ongoing violence

API Chaya history: From tragedy to hope, organizing in the face of ongoing violence

Guest Contributor March 20, 2017 0

API Chaya was born from the need to address violence, including several domestic violence-related homicides in Asian, South Asian, and Pacific Islander communities. From the 1990s, when Chaya and the Asian and Pacific Islander

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