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McCleary, Trump a focus at budget and policy conference

McCleary, Trump a focus at budget and policy conference

Alia Marsha December 9, 2016 0

There were two elephants in the room at this year’s annual budget and policy conference hosted by Washington State Budget & Policy Center on November 16: the Washington state Supreme Court’s McCleary decision and

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<em>We are the Ocean:</em> Wing Luke exhibit highlights indigenous Pacific narratives of climate change

We are the Ocean: Wing Luke exhibit highlights indigenous Pacific narratives of climate change

Chetanya Robinson December 9, 2016 0

The island nations of the Pacific are sinking. As global warming heats up the planet and melts the ice caps, rising seas are putting communities and cultures in physical, and even existential danger. Roldy

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Community efforts lead to public safety funding—Donnie Chin legacy shines spotlight on decades-long struggle

Community efforts lead to public safety funding—Donnie Chin legacy shines spotlight on decades-long struggle

Travis Quezon December 8, 2016 0

Seattle City Councilmember Lorena González, who represents the city at large, led the effort in the council to secure funding for the public safety coordinator position. González said the funding of position and other

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Donnie Chin murder case still unsolved, SPD unable to make arrests

Donnie Chin murder case still unsolved, SPD unable to make arrests

Heidi Park December 8, 2016 0

On Monday, November 28, Washington State Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos hosted a community meeting with Seattle Police Department (SPD) and other city officials at the Nagomi Tea House. Over a year and a half

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Fung Bros.: Representing culture, keeping it real

Fung Bros.: Representing culture, keeping it real

Kae Chan Saeteurn November 24, 2016 0

Since establishing a YouTube channel in May 2011, the Fung Bros. (David and Andrew Fung) have amassed over 1.4 million channel subscribers and over 216 million views. Focused on the education of Asian and

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At King Street Station, equity becomes a priority

At King Street Station, equity becomes a priority

Alia Marsha November 23, 2016 0

The Office of Arts and Culture is getting ready to move out of their current home in the 17th floor of the Seattle Municipal Tower into the second and third floors of King Street

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Port of Seattle reaching out to immigrants, communities of color

Port of Seattle reaching out to immigrants, communities of color

Mitsue Cook November 23, 2016 0

The Port of Seattle Headquarters was the site for the October 13, 2016 Ethnic Chamber of Commerce Coalition event for information and networking. Ted Fick, CEO of the Port of Seattle was the keynote

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Donnie Chin murder investigation update meeting on November 28

Donnie Chin murder investigation update meeting on November 28

The International Examiner November 19, 2016 0

A community meeting on public safety in the Chinatown International District will also update the community on the latest information about the Donnie Chin murder investigation. The meeting happens Monday, November 28 from 5:30

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Community members discuss the pain of the election, and solutions

Community members discuss the pain of the election, and solutions

Chetanya Robinson November 17, 2016 0

On the night presidential candidate Donald Trump won election to the highest office in the country, community activist Devin Cabanilla couldn’t sleep. At around 1:00 a.m., he made the spur of the moment decision

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Nation reacts to Trump win, APIs voted overwhelmingly for Clinton

Nation reacts to Trump win, APIs voted overwhelmingly for Clinton

The International Examiner November 16, 2016 0

On Wednesday morning, November 9, many Americans awoke to the news that Donald Trump had been elected President of the United States of America. Trump will begin his first term with a Republican-controlled Congress

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