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Crystal Anguay Reed Designs is about being bold, empowered

Crystal Anguay Reed Designs is about being bold, empowered

Lalaine Ignao August 3, 2017 0

After the election last November, Crystal Anguay Reed wanted to do something that would contribute to empowering people, especially those wanting to take a political stand. At the nonprofit Washington Bus, Anguay Reed works

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ICHS vision clinic to reach a diverse group of patients

ICHS vision clinic to reach a diverse group of patients

The International Examiner August 3, 2017 0

ICHS currently provides primary care to nearly 29,000 patients in over 50 different languages at its seven clinic locations in Seattle, Shoreline and Bellevue. The vision clinic concept arose out of discovery that only

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CID community speaks out against displacement, upzone

CID community speaks out against displacement, upzone

Chetanya Robinson August 2, 2017 0

For more than 20 minutes, there was silence as City officials explained that zoning in parts of the Chinatown International District (CID) needed to change, to allow developers to build higher. “We are asking

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Two years after his death, community vigil keeps Donnie Chin’s legacy alive

Two years after his death, community vigil keeps Donnie Chin’s legacy alive

Chetanya Robinson August 2, 2017 0

More than 100 people filled Canton Alley on July 23 to remember Donnie Chin on the two-year anniversary of his murder. People folded cranes to hang near his portrait, which sits overlooking the alley

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Mayoral candidate forum focuses on immigrants, refugees and communities of color

Mayoral candidate forum focuses on immigrants, refugees and communities of color

Bunthay Cheam August 1, 2017 0

The Coalition of Immigrants, Refugees, and Communities of Color (CIRCC) hosted a mayoral candidate forum at the Eritrean Association of Greater Seattle on July 15. The forum was divided into two segments; the first

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U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia visits with Cambodian American community of Washington

U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia visits with Cambodian American community of Washington

Bunthay Cheam July 31, 2017 0

On July 8th, the Cambodian American community of Washington State hosted US Ambassador William Heidt and family, which culminated in a dinner reception honoring his visit.

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Jayapal leads Seattle town hall rally against Trumpcare

Jayapal leads Seattle town hall rally against Trumpcare

Kelsey Hamlin July 30, 2017 0

Town Hall Seattle filled with mostly seniors July 6, gathered together for Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal (D–Wash) as she talked about politicians’ strategies and proposals for America’s new healthcare. The Republican base vowed to rail

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Rise in ‘Bigoted Incivility’—When Your Groceries Come With a Side of Hate

Rise in ‘Bigoted Incivility’—When Your Groceries Come With a Side of Hate

New America Media July 29, 2017 0

By Peter Schurmann New America Media SAN FRANCISO–When Mohammad S. put in for a delivery with Instacart, the San Francisco company that allows users to order groceries online, the last thing he expected was

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Justice4TommyLe hears answers, commitments from officials at community-led forum

Justice4TommyLe hears answers, commitments from officials at community-led forum

Kelsey Hamlin July 28, 2017 0

Tommy Le was a 20-year-old high schooler shot and killed by King County deputies on June 13 after responding to a disturbance call in Burien. Le was to graduate the next day. Le recently

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Seattle Preschool Program in second year, reaches 1,000 children

Seattle Preschool Program in second year, reaches 1,000 children

Brenda Kay Neth July 26, 2017 0

In 2014, Seattle passed the Seattle Preschool Program (SPP) Levy of $58 million over four years, allowing the implementation of a four-year pilot program, to pursue its goal of providing high-quality preschool for 2,000

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