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Saving America’s health centers: Surviving for a second chance

Saving America’s health centers: Surviving for a second chance

International Community Health Services August 3, 2017 0

"It is one of life’s great ironies. As a resident of Hong Kong—the home Yinha Lai left behind more than 20 years ago—she had regular and unimpeded access to one of the world’s most

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Saving America’s Health Centers: Not going back

Saving America’s Health Centers: Not going back

International Community Health Services August 3, 2017 0

To talk to “Asha” is to understand the blind instinct that drives people to willingly give up everything they know for much they don’t, in pursuit of something they are convinced must be better.

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Teresita Batayola: A hard-fought battle won—for now

Teresita Batayola: A hard-fought battle won—for now

Teresita Batayola August 3, 2017 0

Healthcare for those who need it the most is a long fight that is not done—from the callous proposals within the House’s passage of the American Health Care Act and Senate members’ secret debates

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Fo’ Real: Watching Maleakahana Waves

Fo’ Real: Watching Maleakahana Waves

Bob Shimabukuro August 3, 2017 0

The latest of 'Fo' Real,' a column by Bob Shimabukuro

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Statement from API Chaya: Trans Communities, Two-Spirit Communities, Non-Binary Communities, We Dig You.

Statement from API Chaya: Trans Communities, Two-Spirit Communities, Non-Binary Communities, We Dig You.

Guest Contributor July 27, 2017 0

The following is a statement from API Chaya: While Trump tweets about banning people who are transgender from the military and U.S. Defense Officers decide on their next steps, the staff and board at

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Opinion: Never Again is Now—We must stand up to injustice, promote change

Opinion: Never Again is Now—We must stand up to injustice, promote change

Anna Tamura July 19, 2017 0

My hope is that you will draw inspiration from Minidoka and your experience here to find ways to be like the Christiansens. To be brave helpers who rise to the occasion and stand up

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Letter: API Candidates Forum reminds community to vote, highlights Port of Seattle races

Letter: API Candidates Forum reminds community to vote, highlights Port of Seattle races

Guest Contributor July 19, 2017 0

Dear IE Readers, Thank you for attending the June 22 API (Asian Pacific Islander) Mayoral Candidates Forum at Nagomi Tea House. If you were not able to come, watch the Forum at www.iexaminer.org/2017/07/candidates-reach-out-to-api-community-at-mayoral-candidate-forum. By

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Statement: Navigation Center Community Task Force seeks more engagement

Statement: Navigation Center Community Task Force seeks more engagement

Guest Contributor July 12, 2017 0

There is still more engagement to be done. We want to hear from you. We will continue to fight through our civic processes, voting power and legal means until we are treated equitably and

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Opinion: A Tale of Two Parks– the Hing Hay expansion

Opinion: A Tale of Two Parks– the Hing Hay expansion

Devin Israel Cabanilla July 11, 2017 0

Seattle can now celebrate and experience the new expansion of Hing Hay park in the International District. After receiving a budgeted $3 million for a parks renovation in 2008, and the old Post Office

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Turtle Island: Letting go of a false narrative

Turtle Island: Letting go of a false narrative

Bob Shimabukuro July 6, 2017 0

Diversity is just a sideshow to not doing anything. We need to ensure that the non-majority white population accepts that power must be shared and the 500-year fake narrative/history of white supremacy be abolished

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