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Shadows of Light: Mental Health Awareness for API Communities

Shadows of Light: Mental Health Awareness for API Communities

Brenda Kay Neth July 25, 2017 0

On July 1, 2017, Governor Jay Inslee declared statewide that July would be “Mental Health Awareness Month for People of Color.” The proclamation moves forward to address the need for culture-based mental health care

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World champion power lifters Alma Kimura and Grant Higa break records, overcome barriers

World champion power lifters Alma Kimura and Grant Higa break records, overcome barriers

Chris Juergens July 22, 2017 0

Medalists at the June 2017 World Power Lifting Meet in Belarus, Seattle-area residents Alma Kimura (gold medal 2017; three-time world champion) and Grant Higa (silver medal 2017) look like an unlikely combination visually and

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Community seeks to honor Alan Sugiyama legacy with commemorative plaque

Community seeks to honor Alan Sugiyama legacy with commemorative plaque

Kamna Shastri July 21, 2017 0

The fruit-laden trees of the Danny Woo Community Garden, the colorful play equipment at Donnie Chin International Children’s Park. Walking through the Chinatown International District neighborhood, you can see reminder after reminder of inspiring

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Peter Steinbrueck: The Port of Seattle as a regional economic engine

Peter Steinbrueck: The Port of Seattle as a regional economic engine

Mitsue Cook July 20, 2017 0

August 1, 2017 is the Primary and Special Election. To have a sense of the Port of Seattle’s issues, Mitsue Cook interviewed Peter Steinbrueck, a consultant to the Port of Seattle and former City

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Port of Seattle candidate Bea Querido-Rico: We need to invest in the community

Port of Seattle candidate Bea Querido-Rico: We need to invest in the community

Travis Quezon July 20, 2017 0

The International Examiner caught up with Querido-Rico to talk about what she feels voters need to know about the Port of Seattle elections.

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Tai Tung Restaurant owner Harry Chan will put up original neon sign

Tai Tung Restaurant owner Harry Chan will put up original neon sign

Ron Chew July 19, 2017 0

In the past several years, new large-scale construction projects have begun to alter the look and feel of the International District, prompting fears about the steady disappearance of favored neighborhood haunts and a renewed

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Port of Seattle Commission candidates respond to API community questions

Port of Seattle Commission candidates respond to API community questions

The International Examiner July 19, 2017 0

Port of Seattle Commission candidates were invited to by the API Candidates & Issues Forum—King County to answer a questionnaire of four questions. Of the 15 candidates for Position 1, Position 3, and Position

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Local officials, candidates respond to new Murray sexual abuse allegations

Local officials, candidates respond to new Murray sexual abuse allegations

The International Examiner July 17, 2017 0

Following the Seattle Times report, some political candidates and one City Council member are suggesting Murray resign, while others have responded more cautiously, Crosscut reports

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CID Coalition Meets with Community for Property Development Updates, Feedback

CID Coalition Meets with Community for Property Development Updates, Feedback

Jeanie Lindsay July 17, 2017 0

Discussions about a possible new corporate hotel, affordable housing, and community-generated goals in the Chinatown International District (CID) swirled at a July 9 meeting. The CID Coalition, also known as Humbows Not Hotels, brought

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CID community forum with City Council members will focus on displacement and gentrification

CID community forum with City Council members will focus on displacement and gentrification

Chetanya Robinson July 15, 2017 0

Community organizations and businesses in the Chinatown International District (CID) are hosting a town-hall style forum to communicate their fears of displacement and gentrification. All nine City Council members have been invited

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