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After fatal Ride the Ducks crash, a push to amend Washington’s wrongful death statute

After fatal Ride the Ducks crash, a push to amend Washington’s wrongful death statute

Jacqueline E. Wu January 4, 2018 0

On September 24, 2015, five North Seattle College students were killed and several others were injured when a neglected and defective Ride the Ducks vehicle collided with a charter bus on the Aurora Bridge.

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Concerns over 14-story development project erupt at community meeting

Concerns over 14-story development project erupt at community meeting

Jacqueline E. Wu October 11, 2017 0

On September 21, developers of a proposed project on 8th and Lane Street hosted a community meeting at the Chinatown Community Center to present the project to the community and answer questions. The meeting

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From Standing Rock to the Pacific Northwest: The national fight for Indigenous rights

From Standing Rock to the Pacific Northwest: The national fight for Indigenous rights

Jacqueline E. Wu January 5, 2017 0

On Friday, November 18, the Pre-conquest Indigenous Cultures & its Aftermath (PICA) Conference held its last day with a theme exploring The Struggle for Indigenous Communities for Self Determination. PICA celebrates the similarities and

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Making Art Accessible: 21 Progress Social Justice Art Gallery

Making Art Accessible: 21 Progress Social Justice Art Gallery

Jacqueline E. Wu July 28, 2016 0

Imagine a space where communities of color come together and express themselves through art. What issues will appear on canvas? What stories will be brought to life? What would that look like? On Thursday,

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Opinion: The Elephant is still in the Room—Race and the Backlash Against Ethnic Studies

Opinion: The Elephant is still in the Room—Race and the Backlash Against Ethnic Studies

Jacqueline E. Wu November 5, 2015 0

We are watching the administration. So President Ana Marie Cauce and Dean Robert Stacey, when will we have our Ethnic Studies graduate program? When will we have more faculty for Ethnic Studies? And when

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Gordon H. Chang’s Fateful Ties: China, America’s number one obsession

Gordon H. Chang’s Fateful Ties: China, America’s number one obsession

Jacqueline E. Wu October 21, 2015 0

Gordon H. Chang will be in Seattle and will be reading Fateful Ties on Thursday, October 22,

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Activist Grace Lee Boggs Passes (1915-2015)

Activist Grace Lee Boggs Passes (1915-2015)

Jacqueline E. Wu October 7, 2015 0

Boggs is one of the few early Asian American women revolutionaries who sought social justice through dialectic discussion, collaboration, and community

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Opinion: Space Needle workers deserve an increase in wages and job security

Opinion: Space Needle workers deserve an increase in wages and job security

Jacqueline E. Wu June 21, 2015 0

Photos of the protest

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Review: ‘Chinglish’ a witty, energetic production not to miss

Review: ‘Chinglish’ a witty, energetic production not to miss

Jacqueline E. Wu March 10, 2015 0

Now at ArtsWest Theatre

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Sendai ERA examines API representation in Hip Hop

Sendai ERA examines API representation in Hip Hop

Jacqueline E. Wu January 8, 2015 0

Duo hot on trail of new

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