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ANNOUNCEMENT: Seattle Asian American Journalists Association celebrates 30 years

ANNOUNCEMENT: Seattle Asian American Journalists Association celebrates 30 years

Chetanya Robinson February 4, 2016 0

AAJA Seattle had the 30th anniversary event at the Wing Luke

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Announcement: Asian Pacific Islander Coalition presented legislative agenda to governor during APA Legislative Day

Announcement: Asian Pacific Islander Coalition presented legislative agenda to governor during APA Legislative Day

The International Examiner February 1, 2016 0

Over 200 AAPI community members gathered to voice their opinions about topics that matter to their lives for the 2016 Asian Pacific American Legislative Day Agenda

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Petition to AG: Stop prosecution of innocent Chinese Americans

ANNOUNCEMENT: Petition to AG: Stop prosecution of innocent Chinese Americans

The International Examiner January 31, 2016 0

A number of organizations, scientists, engineers, professors, and members of the Asian Pacific Islander Community have condemned an apparent pattern of targeting Chinese-Americans by federal officials. In November, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

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Many Filipinos Relieved by U.S. Supreme Court’s Move on Immigration

Many Filipinos Relieved by U.S. Supreme Court’s Move on Immigration

New America Media January 24, 2016 0

This story was produced for Inquirer.net and New America Media in collaboration with Ready California (Ready-California.org), a statewide coalition working to ensure that the maximum number of eligible Californians benefit from DACA and DAPA.

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Announcement: First Hill Streetcar soft launch to begin Saturday, January 23

Announcement: First Hill Streetcar soft launch to begin Saturday, January 23

The International Examiner January 22, 2016 0

SCIDpda said it will be meeting with the members of the Streetcar Working Group in the coming weeks to plan out how the allocated money will be spent on celebrations

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MLK Day Rally Speakers Highlight Continuing Social Justice Issues: ‘Seattle, We Ain’t That Progressive’

MLK Day Rally Speakers Highlight Continuing Social Justice Issues: ‘Seattle, We Ain’t That Progressive’

Lexi Potter January 21, 2016 0

Hundreds of people marched to the Federal Building in Downtown Seattle on Monday, January 18 in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and in outrage over the continued injustices in America nearly half

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Breaking: State Sen. Pramila Jayapal running for Congress

Breaking: State Sen. Pramila Jayapal running for Congress

The International Examiner January 21, 2016 0

Jayapal is currently serving her first term in the Washington State Senate, representing the 37th Legislative District, which stretches south from Capitol Hill to Skyway and downtown Renton.

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Homicide detectives seek tips in Sunday’s Union Station Market stabbing

Homicide detectives seek tips in Sunday’s Union Station Market stabbing

The International Examiner January 11, 2016 0

To provide any information on this case to homicide detectives, call the Seattle Police Tips line at (206) 733-

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Poverty Immersion Workshop on January 26

ANNOUNCEMENT: Poverty Immersion Workshop on January 26

The International Examiner January 9, 2016 0

The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency will be hosting a poverty simulation workshop

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Paul Mar retires after four decades of community building

Paul Mar retires after four decades of community building

Ron Chew January 7, 2016 0

After four decades of toiling at the frontline of major projects that have injected new life into the fragile International District, Paul Mar announced his retirement last month

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