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Members on Task Force on the Use of Deadly Force in Community Policing say community voices face uphill battle

Members on Task Force on the Use of Deadly Force in Community Policing say community voices face uphill battle

Alia Marsha August 23, 2016 0

The third meeting of the Joint Legislative Task Force on the Use of Deadly Force in Community Policing is scheduled for September 13, at the Criminal Justice Training Center in Burien

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Announcement: New CAPAA appointments— Nam Nguyen and Roslyn Monique Leon Guerrero

Announcement: New CAPAA appointments— Nam Nguyen and Roslyn Monique Leon Guerrero

The International Examiner August 19, 2016 0

Last month, Gov. Jay Inslee announced the reappointment of Commissioners Ty Tufono and Lynette Finau and appointed Nam Nguyen and Roslyn Monique Leon Guerrero to the Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA). Nguyen

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Asian Americans in the media: Derek Wing shares a PR perspective

Asian Americans in the media: Derek Wing shares a PR perspective

Taylor McAvoy August 19, 2016 0

Derek Wing was the winner of the Public Relations Society of America’s (PRSA) Puget Sound Region 2015 Hugh Smith Community Service Award and is the only Asian American to win in the award’s 18-year

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Washington primary results are in, voters say ‘yes’ to housing levy

Washington primary results are in, voters say ‘yes’ to housing levy

The International Examiner August 18, 2016 0

With the primaries finished the first week of August, the votes have been tallied and the candidates are moving on to the general decided. This year’s federal election for District 7 representative was a

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Cathay Post #186 to celebrate 70 years, honor WWII veterans

Cathay Post #186 to celebrate 70 years, honor WWII veterans

Kelsey Hamlin August 18, 2016 0

Following World War II, a man named David Woo created Cathay Post #186 as a hub for returning Chinese-American veterans. Now the group is celebrating its 70th anniversary and honoring its Chinese World War

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CACA to organize against Ride the Ducks’ use of discriminatory law

CACA to organize against Ride the Ducks’ use of discriminatory law

Alia Marsha August 18, 2016 0

The Chinese American Citizens Alliance (CACA) is looking to organize against the Ride the Ducks company, which cited a 100-year-old discriminatory law to throw a wrongful death lawsuit resulting from a crash that killed

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Paul G. Allen provides $75,000 grant to support Tiny Houses at Othello Village

Paul G. Allen provides $75,000 grant to support Tiny Houses at Othello Village

The International Examiner August 16, 2016 0

Paul G. Allen is providing a $75,000 grant to the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) to purchase the building materials for 8 to 10 tiny houses for Othello Village, a City of Seattle-sanctioned homeless

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News Analysis: To Win, Hillary Should Speak a Little Tagalog

News Analysis: To Win, Hillary Should Speak a Little Tagalog

New America Media August 12, 2016 0

By Andrew Lam New America Media If all politics is local, then candidate Hillary Clinton may very well need to speak a little Korean and Tagalog in order to win the 2016 presidential election.

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Video: C-ID Public Safety Survey presented to Seattle City Council

Video: C-ID Public Safety Survey presented to Seattle City Council

The International Examiner August 11, 2016 0

On August 10, 2016, the survey's organizers presented their findings and their recommendations to the Seattle City Council

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Asian Americans, Growing in Numbers, Show Political Clout at the DNC

Asian Americans, Growing in Numbers, Show Political Clout at the DNC

New America Media August 11, 2016 0

By Anthony Advincula New America Media As Asian American elected officials and community leaders took the stage in Philadelphia at the Democratic National Convention, they demonstrated the formidable presence and political force of Asian

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