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Documenting activism in Vancouver’s Chinatown

Documenting activism in Vancouver’s Chinatown

Taylor McAvoy September 12, 2017 0

Cohen’s film Paint it Red follows Ho, an organizer for Chinatown Concern Group (CCG) and other community activists as they fight against a major development plan, discrimination, gentrification, and for social equality.

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Photos: Amid fears of nuclear war, a community still gathers for peace

Photos: Amid fears of nuclear war, a community still gathers for peace

Taylor McAvoy August 22, 2017 0

More than a thousand people of diverse backgrounds stood in solemnity on Green lake’s northwestern shore on August 6, lanterns lighting each face in an orange glow. The Toro Nagashi is a lantern floating

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The ADA Developers Academy:  Bridging the gap between the digital and social divides

The ADA Developers Academy: Bridging the gap between the digital and social divides

Taylor McAvoy September 20, 2016 0

With the increasing demand of new technology and new software comes the increasing demand for people trained in coding and programming; especially for students graduating from universities with technological degrees. Co-founders Scott Case and

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Asian Americans in the media: Derek Wing shares a PR perspective

Asian Americans in the media: Derek Wing shares a PR perspective

Taylor McAvoy August 19, 2016 0

Derek Wing was the winner of the Public Relations Society of America’s (PRSA) Puget Sound Region 2015 Hugh Smith Community Service Award and is the only Asian American to win in the award’s 18-year

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Candidates debate for 7th Congressional District seat

Candidates debate for 7th Congressional District seat

Taylor McAvoy July 21, 2016 0

Community members gathered in the Seattle Central Public Library auditorium on July 14 to hear Pramila Jayapal, Joe McDermott, and Brady Walkinshaw debate their candidacy for Congress. Jayapal is in her first term as

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