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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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Opinion: To tackle Seattle’s housing crisis, we need to clean-up our toxic sites

Opinion: To tackle Seattle’s housing crisis, we need to clean-up our toxic sites

Guest Contributor July 5, 2017 0

More than 1,000 people are moving to Seattle every week and the rise in rent is an all-too-familiar topic. We’ve seen home prices and rent more than double in the last decade. Many in

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Statement: City Rushes Community Process—CID Community Continues to Address the Navigation Center’s Occupancy

Statement: City Rushes Community Process—CID Community Continues to Address the Navigation Center’s Occupancy

Guest Contributor June 29, 2017 0

On June 30th, the NCCTF will email this Response Plan to the Mayor and City Council. The NCCTF expects a full response from the City of Seattle detailing what the City will do for

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Son of Asia America: I take pride in my culture

Son of Asia America: I take pride in my culture

Francisco Sao June 27, 2017 0

Francisco Sao discusses his experiences and what "Asian American" means to him

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Monthly Health Tip from Amerigroup: How to reduce risk of skin cancer

Monthly Health Tip from Amerigroup: How to reduce risk of skin cancer

Guest Contributor June 21, 2017 0

What can I do to reduce my risk of skin cancer? The warmth of the sunshine can feel good on our skin, but it can also be dangerous. The sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays are

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Analysis: When Hate Speech Became a Movement

Analysis: When Hate Speech Became a Movement

New America Media June 15, 2017 0

By Andrew Lam New America Media Just over a year ago Microsoft introduced Tay, an AI chatbot that was designed to learn from and replicate online chatter. Tay, according to Business Insider, “responds to

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Essay: Humor, humility, and pride—Making the best of it inside

Essay: Humor, humility, and pride—Making the best of it inside

Guest Contributor June 10, 2017 0

Taking pride in yourself means respecting the neighborhoods, cultures, and nations that we came from. It is about having love and fond memories of family and friends, like going to the beach in Hawai‘i

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Opinion: Alex Tizon’s final confession offers reflection on our own history and duplicity

Opinion: Alex Tizon’s final confession offers reflection on our own history and duplicity

Devin Israel Cabanilla June 7, 2017 0

First, we must lay down in humility and find those on the ground who we have not acknowledged are put down serving us. Even Alex Tizon realized this duplicity in his life, if anything his

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Opinion: Understand what socialism means for some Asian immigrants

Opinion: Understand what socialism means for some Asian immigrants

Sian Wu June 7, 2017 0

It’s something we see often here in Seattle—candidates and parties embracing socialism, particularly while riding the very valid and important movements in resistance to President Donald Trump. But as socialist themes become popular tropes

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