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Announcement: USCIS to Implement Filipino World War II Veterans Parole Program

Announcement: USCIS to Implement Filipino World War II Veterans Parole Program

Guest Contributor May 19, 2016 0

The following is an announcement from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS): Starting on June 8, 2016, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will allow certain Filipino World War II veteran family members who are

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Bicyclist dies after collision with a Metro bus in International District

Bicyclist dies after collision with a Metro bus in International District

The International Examiner May 17, 2016 0

A man has died and a woman is seriously injured after the bicycle they were riding together collided with the side of a Metro bus in Seattle’s International District Saturday night. Seattle fire officials said

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Announcement: Rep. Santos, IDEC will host community update on the Donnie Chin murder investigation

Announcement: Rep. Santos, IDEC will host community update on the Donnie Chin murder investigation

The International Examiner May 12, 2016 0

  This is an update regarding the postponed March 31, 2016 meeting on the investigation of Donnie Chin’s murder. Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos and the International District Emergency Center (IDEC) are hosting a community

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International Examiner, Seattle Channel, and 21 Progress to Collaborate on  OSPI Kip Tokuda Grant Project

International Examiner, Seattle Channel, and 21 Progress to Collaborate on OSPI Kip Tokuda Grant Project

Lexi Potter May 10, 2016 0

The International Examiner aims to raise awareness about the injustices that the U.S. government inflicted on the Japanese American community during WWII. We have partnered with the Seattle Channel and 21 Progress to develop

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Ongoing concern over public safety, SPD response time

Ongoing concern over public safety, SPD response time

Chetanya Robinson May 6, 2016 0

Some community members believe there’s another important problem with 911 calls

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Announcement: 109,000 Washington children have an incarcerated parent, new report says

Announcement: 109,000 Washington children have an incarcerated parent, new report says

The International Examiner May 5, 2016 0

A new KIDS COUNT policy report released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, “A Shared Sentence,” said millions of children in the United States have an incarcerated parent and, as a result, struggle with

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Announcement: Statewide Democracy Initiative launched to enlist AAPI voters

Announcement: Statewide Democracy Initiative launched to enlist AAPI voters

The International Examiner May 3, 2016 0

Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS), in partnership with the Asian Pacific Islander Coalition (APIC), has launched a statewide grassroots campaign to boost civic engagement among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI). Former Governor

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Study: With New Medicare Benefit, Doctors Look Beyond ‘Death Panels’

Study: With New Medicare Benefit, Doctors Look Beyond ‘Death Panels’

New America Media May 1, 2016 0

The CMA Foundation, which includes the Network of Ethnic Physician Organizations (NEPO), is now recruiting MDs for the in-depth focus-group study to understand the initial survey results better. NEPO includes 50 ethnic medical societies

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Got Green, Puget Sound Sage climate change report puts focus on South Seattle community

Got Green, Puget Sound Sage climate change report puts focus on South Seattle community

Carlie Stowe April 27, 2016 0

For the past nine months, Got Green, a people-of-color-led environmental justice organization, and Puget Sound Sage, a nonprofit organization with a mission to build communities in which all families thrive, have been working with

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Seattle Public Utilities: The cycle of food is relevant to all of us

Seattle Public Utilities: The cycle of food is relevant to all of us

Nabeeha Chaudhary April 26, 2016 0

SPU currently has brochures and other informative resources available in 18 different languages including, but not limited to, Chinese, Arabic, Korean, Hindi, Somali, Tagalog, and Amharic.

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