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Exclusion and detention: Lessons from history about ‘military necessity’ and ‘national security’

Exclusion and detention: Lessons from history about ‘military necessity’ and ‘national security’

Holly Yasui May 4, 2016 0

The film ‘Never Give Up’ by Holly Yasui about her father Min Yasui will be shown on Saturday, June 25, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at Wing Luke Museum

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Opinion: Puget Sound Clean Air Agency seeks community input

Opinion: Puget Sound Clean Air Agency seeks community input

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency April 30, 2016 0

The following is a message from Puget Sound Clean Air Agency: How do local decisions over time affect our health and wellbeing today? That’s one of the many big questions that we at the

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Opinion: Learning, uninterrupted—Students and faculty at Summit Sierra carry on with a successful school year

Opinion: Learning, uninterrupted—Students and faculty at Summit Sierra carry on with a successful school year

Amy Van April 26, 2016 0

In less than a year, Sierra’s founding ninth grade class has shown tremendous academic growth. In a mid-year assessment using the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP), Sierra students outperformed the national average on reading

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Column: Confessions of a Climate Activist

Column: Confessions of a Climate Activist

Afrin Sopariwala April 24, 2016 0

Seattle has a powerful activist community. And the movement needs people with every skill and every interest. If you have always felt overwhelmed but want to make a difference, come join us at the

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Column: Decolonizing Climate Change

Column: Decolonizing Climate Change

Yin Yu April 23, 2016 0

Ultimately, it is important to pause and reflect how we are perpetuating these systems of oppression

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Opinion: Washington State Climate Policy (and beyond)

Opinion: Washington State Climate Policy (and beyond)

Jill Mangaliman April 22, 2016 0

We can do all these things to create healthy communities everywhere for everyone. We just need to re-imagine different ways of doing things and take the lead from those who live and experience environmental

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Column: Rice Not Bullets—Remembering the victims of the Kadapawan massacre

Column: Rice Not Bullets—Remembering the victims of the Kadapawan massacre

Jill Mangaliman April 22, 2016 0

On the morning of April 1st, 2016, police in Kadapawan City, North Cotabato, Philippines broke the protesters’ line which included 6,000 farmers, and hit them with truncheons and batons, water from firetrucks and bullets

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Letter: From community members to Mayor Murray on Public Safety

Letter: From community members to Mayor Murray on Public Safety

The International Examiner April 22, 2016 0

Our C-ID residents, employees, and visitors increasingly have to navigate through an obstacle course of drug users, dealers, drunken troublemakers, human waste, bodily discharge, and a pile of trash that can reach as high

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Opinion: Muslim-Americans Need to Engage in Rigorous Self-Analysis

Opinion: Muslim-Americans Need to Engage in Rigorous Self-Analysis

New America Media April 4, 2016 0

Most of the 3 million American-Muslims of widely diverse backgrounds, about 1% of the population, live in integrated neighborhoods

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Letter to Mayor: Delay permit, evaluate potential toxic hazards surrounding proposed King County Children and Family Justice Center

Letter to Mayor: Delay permit, evaluate potential toxic hazards surrounding proposed King County Children and Family Justice Center

Guest Contributor April 1, 2016 0

'Once again we ask the City of Seattle to deny the Master Use Permit for the King County Children and Family Justice Center, and immediately take action on this issue.'

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