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Community Survey Points to Lack of Resources to Address Social Isolation and Mental Health for AAPI Seniors

Community Survey Points to Lack of Resources to Address Social Isolation and Mental Health for AAPI Seniors

Travis Quezon April 3, 2013 0

Photo caption: Genie Loteria (left) and Cindy Yu (right) are participants of NAPCA’s Senior Community Service Employment Program. Photo credit: Travis Quezon. For 34 years, it’s been the mission of the National Asian Pacific

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Real resources needed in Seattle’s fight against guns, gang violence

Real resources needed in Seattle’s fight against guns, gang violence

Travis Quezon March 6, 2013 0

Photo caption: Sorya Svy, executive director of SafeFutures Youth Center (SFYC), points to the names of graduating students memorialized on plaques displayed in the classroom, said the center focuses on providing education to at risk

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Budget Cuts Already Impact Immigrants on Food Assistance

Budget Cuts Already Impact Immigrants on Food Assistance

Travis Quezon November 23, 2012 0

Threats to state and federal food stamp programs are coming at a time when demand is the highest it’s ever been, and when access and funding is already inadequate for immigrant families in Washington

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Who’s Policing Community Media?

Who’s Policing Community Media?

Travis Quezon November 7, 2012 0

In an effort to show the power of political advertising in newspapers, and potentially secure big paychecks in the future, the Seattle Times has ignited the ire of some of its journalists. In October,

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The 2012 Governor’s Race A Head to Head Match

The 2012 Governor’s Race A Head to Head Match

Travis Quezon October 17, 2012 0

SEATTLE — Aside from getting Washington State’s wavering economy back on track, the next governor is set to inherit a number of pressing issues such as the legalization of marijuana, charter schools, reforming education,

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Are Parking Fees Fair in Seattle Neighborhoods?

Are Parking Fees Fair in Seattle Neighborhoods?

Travis Quezon October 3, 2012 0

Saturday, September 29 brought a halt to Seattle’s four-decade-old Ride Free Area, which had allowed riders free passage through key areas of the city from Battery to S. Jackson streets. While eliminating the Ride

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Aoki’s Supporters Say Truths of His Legacy Outweigh the Uncertainties

Aoki’s Supporters Say Truths of His Legacy Outweigh the Uncertainties

Travis Quezon September 19, 2012 0

The legacy of Richard Aoki as an activist, scholar, and educator remains at the center of recent claims that he had worked as an FBI informant over a period of 16 years since 1961.

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National Businesses May Have a Future in Seattle’s ID

National Businesses May Have a Future in Seattle’s ID

Travis Quezon August 15, 2012 0

SEATTLE — Thousands of discarded smoothie cups wound their way around Seattle’s International District in the aftermath of the McDonald’s-sponsored Dragon Fest in July. The 2012 festivities breathed new life into the district’s annual

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