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Young leaders oppose ‘Training Wage’ proposal: An open letter to the Seattle City Council

Young leaders oppose ‘Training Wage’ proposal: An open letter to the Seattle City Council

Guest Contributor May 29, 2014 0

Got Green speaks out for young workers

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Letter: Surprised at the International Examiner for printing demeaning McDonalds ad

Letter: Surprised at the International Examiner for printing demeaning McDonalds ad

The International Examiner December 2, 2013 0

I am writing this letter to express my displeasure regarding an ad featured in the [November 6] issue of the International Examiner. I am referring to a McDonalds ad depicting two Asians dressed in

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Letter: Mayor Conrad Lee keeps taxes low, safety standards high

Letter: Mayor Conrad Lee keeps taxes low, safety standards high

The International Examiner December 1, 2013 0

I wish to provide a student’s perspective on why Mayor Conrad Lee should remain as Bellevue’s mayor. I’ve been working with Mayor Lee for about half a year now as his student intern. One

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CAPAA offers Typhoon Haiyan help info

CAPAA offers Typhoon Haiyan help info

Guest Contributor November 19, 2013 0

Where to go, what to do

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Mail Bonding Letter to the Editor

Mail Bonding Letter to the Editor

Diem Ly July 18, 2012 0

When I listened to this [www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/468/switcheroo?act=2] my thought went straight to the IE and how I’ve contributed stories for the paper. I never thought it was a big deal; it was more for my

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Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

The International Examiner June 15, 2011 Comments Off

Dear Editor, Operation of the Sound Transit light rail system has created a parking demand along Rainier Beach residential streets which was a foreseeable result of operating the rail line. Permits were granted for

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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

IE Reader May 4, 2011 Comments Off

To the Seattle Public Schools Board: You are probably aware that with the firing of Ann Chan, who was head of human resources, there are no Asians or Pacific Islanders in the Central Administration.

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Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

IE Reader June 15, 2010 Comments Off

To the Editor, In International Examiner Volume 37, No. 11 (June 2, 2010) issue, in Michael Yee’s column, “What’s in a Name?”, he refers to Nihonmachi or Japantown as one of the names used

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Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

IE Reader January 6, 2010 10

To the Editor, We watched with repulsion the return of the “Bodies” exhibit to Seattle this fall. We are offended and disgusted at the disingenuous attempt to disguise the commercial displaying of human bodies

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Letter to the Editor: “Bodies: The Exhibition”

Letter to the Editor: “Bodies: The Exhibition”

IE Reader December 18, 2009 Comments Off

To the Editor: We are dismayed that the organizers of the “Bodies: The Exhibition” have chosen to bring their exhibit back to Seattle. There are ways to educate the general public about the human

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