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Executive Order Banning Nationals from Seven Predominantly Muslim Countries ignites protests; Washington state files lawsuit

Executive Order Banning Nationals from Seven Predominantly Muslim Countries ignites protests; Washington state files lawsuit

The International Examiner February 8, 2017 0

Overview of the immediate after effects of the travel ban implemented by the Trump administration

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Documentary reveals hard realities of Seattle homeless encampment Nickelsville

Documentary reveals hard realities of Seattle homeless encampment Nickelsville

Anran Lin February 8, 2017 0

The public has a tendency that bothered Seattle filmmaker Derek McNeill: The negative assumptions they have about homeless people in Seattle. So he set out to search for an answer that he hoped would

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Year of the Rooster stamp is unveiled, released in first issue at the Wing Luke Museum

Year of the Rooster stamp is unveiled, released in first issue at the Wing Luke Museum

Kamna Shastri February 8, 2017 0

The United States Postal Service unveiled its first commemorative stamp of the year with a first-day-of-issue ceremony at the Wing Luke Museum on January 5. The stamp unveiling brought in a full audience to

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Announcement: Public Safety Coordinator position now open for applications

Announcement: Public Safety Coordinator position now open for applications

The International Examiner February 7, 2017 0

In November, the city council added funding for a public safety coordinator position in the Chinatown-International District. The public safety coordinator will act as a community liaison with the city and serve as co-chair

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Seattle Womxn’s March provides hope for future action

Seattle Womxn’s March provides hope for future action

Nathalie Graham February 7, 2017 0

In the hours before the Womxn’s March was to begin Saturday morning, January 21, it began to look like early attendance estimates had been low. Lines for buses snaked around street corners, Uber and

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More than 130,000 participants join largest march in Seattle’s history

More than 130,000 participants join largest march in Seattle’s history

The International Examiner February 5, 2017 0

Seattle Womxn’s March 2017 from Glenn Nelson and Florangela  Davila on Vimeo. On Jan. 21, 2017, the Seattle community marched in unity with other marchers happening around the country for the Womxn’s March. The event

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CATHAY POST #186: A LEGACY OF CAMARADERIE, COMMUNITY, AND PATRIOTISM

CATHAY POST #186: A LEGACY OF CAMARADERIE, COMMUNITY, AND PATRIOTISM

The International Examiner February 2, 2017 0

VIEW “CATHAY POST #186: A LEGACY OF CAMARADERIE, COMMUNITY, AND PATRIOTISM” At the end of WWII, returning Chinese American veterans formed Cathay Post #186 because discrimination prevented them from joining existing Posts. Cathay Post

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Trump’s Definition of Deportable ‘Broad’ and ‘Vague’

Trump’s Definition of Deportable ‘Broad’ and ‘Vague’

New America Media February 1, 2017 0

Elena Shore New America Media One of President Trump’s executive orders on immigration dramatically expanded priorities that determine who can be deported. Immigrant rights advocates and attorneys say that under the expanded definition, nearly

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How Obamacare Improved the Nation’s Health

How Obamacare Improved the Nation’s Health

New America Media January 28, 2017 0

Yanick Rice Lamb New America Media Ashley Turner has experienced ups and downs with the Affordable Care Act, but says she and other Americans have benefited overall. She doesn’t believe that Republicans should try

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Mexico Hits Trump’s Wall

Mexico Hits Trump’s Wall

New America Media January 27, 2017 0

Louis E. V. Nevaer New America Media When President Trump signed an executive order to build a border wall, he unleashed a political crisis in Mexico. With a stroke of the pen, the NAFTA

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