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Public safety survey a community-wide effort to keep the city accountable

Public safety survey a community-wide effort to keep the city accountable

Lyra Fontaine April 10, 2017 0

Every year, community-based organizations in the Chinatown-International District dedicate time and effort to conduct a neighborhood public safety survey, analyze the results and publish a report on the survey’s findings

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Announcement: CIDBIA proposes expanded business area to raise funds for more services

Announcement: CIDBIA proposes expanded business area to raise funds for more services

The International Examiner April 10, 2017 0

The Chinatown International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) is proposing to establish a renewed and expanded Business Improvement Area as the primary funding vehicle for moving the neighborhood’s vision of a vibrant district into

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Mayor Murray discusses homelessness, Seattle as a ‘constitutional’ city at ethnic media roundtable

Mayor Murray discusses homelessness, Seattle as a ‘constitutional’ city at ethnic media roundtable

Chetanya Robinson April 10, 2017 0

Starting March 31, Mayor Ed Murray wants Seattle to be known as a “constitutional,” rather than a sanctuary city. Seattle’s policy of helping undocumented immigrants resist deportation means it’s simply following the 10th Amendment

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Ethnic Heritage Council announces 2017 Recipients of Pulakis and Tracie Memorial Awards

Ethnic Heritage Council announces 2017 Recipients of Pulakis and Tracie Memorial Awards

The International Examiner April 5, 2017 0

The Ethnic Heritage Council (EHC) announced the 2017 recipients of the Aspasia Phoutrides Pulakis and Gordon Ekvall Tracie Memorial Awards to be presented at the Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony on Saturday, April 29, from

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How safe are DACA recipients?

How safe are DACA recipients?

New America Media March 27, 2017 0

Elena Shore New America Media When it comes to Trump’s changes to immigration policy, many immigrants have a common question: Who is affected and what do the changes mean for them? It’s a question

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Millennials Reflect on Executive Order 9066 and its Modern Parallels

Millennials Reflect on Executive Order 9066 and its Modern Parallels

Kai Eng March 23, 2017 0

The second iteration of President Donald Trump’s executive order barring travel from seven (now six) predominantly Muslim countries was recently blocked by a federal judge in Hawaii

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Val Kalei Kanuha seeks alternative solutions to domestic violence

Val Kalei Kanuha seeks alternative solutions to domestic violence

Lyra Fontaine March 19, 2017 0

One of the earliest advocates for women and children, Val Kalei Kanuha has been an activist, therapist, consultant, and researcher for most of her life. “I feel really lucky to have been in the

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The ACA: Where it stands and how it affects the API community

The ACA: Where it stands and how it affects the API community

Kelsey Hamlin March 15, 2017 0

Since January, President Donald Trump’s administration has been the focus of protests and rallies, speeches and movements across the nation. It can get a little difficult keeping track of every topic that’s bound to

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Michael Byun speaks on resignation of 10 members from the President’s Advisory Commission on AAPIs

Michael Byun speaks on resignation of 10 members from the President’s Advisory Commission on AAPIs

Chetanya Robinson March 15, 2017 0

Ever since President Bill Clinton established the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in 1999, there’s been a bridge between AAPI communities across the country and the federal government agencies that

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Back to the ER — poor families will be hardest hit by Republican Health Bill

Back to the ER — poor families will be hardest hit by Republican Health Bill

New America Media March 12, 2017 0

The healthcare bill introduced by House Republicans on Monday will cause millions of people to lose their health insurance, experts say. Among the hardest hit will be low-income families, who will be forced to

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