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Community feels left in the dark about Donnie Chin murder investigation

Community feels left in the dark about Donnie Chin murder investigation

Kelsey Hamlin September 12, 2017 0

Donnie Chin was perhaps one of the International District’s most beloved community members. He was a watchdog, a friend, and a family man. Since his death on July 23, 2015, when 59-year-old Chin was

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Jayapal leads Seattle town hall rally against Trumpcare

Jayapal leads Seattle town hall rally against Trumpcare

Kelsey Hamlin July 30, 2017 0

Town Hall Seattle filled with mostly seniors July 6, gathered together for Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal (D–Wash) as she talked about politicians’ strategies and proposals for America’s new healthcare. The Republican base vowed to rail

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Justice4TommyLe hears answers, commitments from officials at community-led forum

Justice4TommyLe hears answers, commitments from officials at community-led forum

Kelsey Hamlin July 28, 2017 0

Tommy Le was a 20-year-old high schooler shot and killed by King County deputies on June 13 after responding to a disturbance call in Burien. Le was to graduate the next day. Le recently

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The ACA: Where it stands and how it affects the API community

The ACA: Where it stands and how it affects the API community

Kelsey Hamlin March 15, 2017 0

Since January, President Donald Trump’s administration has been the focus of protests and rallies, speeches and movements across the nation. It can get a little difficult keeping track of every topic that’s bound to

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Post election: API millennials find silver lining in a Trump presidency

Post election: API millennials find silver lining in a Trump presidency

Kelsey Hamlin December 23, 2016 0

It’s been two months since the polls flew in for our president-elect. Monday, the electoral college gathered to cast votes for their state, which finalizes the presidency. For many Asian Pacific Islander millennials who,

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Cathay Post #186 to celebrate 70 years, honor WWII veterans

Cathay Post #186 to celebrate 70 years, honor WWII veterans

Kelsey Hamlin August 18, 2016 0

Following World War II, a man named David Woo created Cathay Post #186 as a hub for returning Chinese-American veterans. Now the group is celebrating its 70th anniversary and honoring its Chinese World War

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Three American Ethnic Studies professors retire from UW—A hole left in Asian American Studies

Three American Ethnic Studies professors retire from UW—A hole left in Asian American Studies

Kelsey Hamlin June 15, 2016 0

The Seattle area Nikkei community is planning a midday “Sensei-tional3” retirement celebration for all 3 professors on August 27, 2016. Details will be announced, but for more information, please e-mail uw3sensei@hotmail.com

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