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Photos: Little Saigon Community Protests for Inclusion in City Decisions

Photos: Little Saigon Community Protests for Inclusion in City Decisions

The International Examiner March 6, 2017 0

              Learn More: Read our article about the Navigation Center and Chinatown-ID community concerns. See the February 20, 2017 letter from Vietnamese American community leaders requesting a pause

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Cantwell: Republican Medicaid plan to impact low income people

Cantwell: Republican Medicaid plan to impact low income people

Heidi Park March 4, 2017 0

On Thursday, February 23, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) held a roundtable discussion with Seattle health care providers and Medicaid patients on the importance of the Medicaid program at International Community Health Services (ICHS)

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King County Council Remembers Executive Order 9066

King County Council Remembers Executive Order 9066

Lexi Potter March 2, 2017 0

On February 21, 2017, members of the community gathered in the King County Council chambers to reflect on the effects of Executive Order 9066 and its continuing relevance today. Executive Order 9066, issued by

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Densho Day of Remembrance discussion drew over 1,500

Densho Day of Remembrance discussion drew over 1,500

Ester Kim March 2, 2017 0

Passion broke through as Troy Osaki’s voice cracked at a climax in his spoken word piece. This passed-down story of Japanese American incarceration was personal to him and many others as was made clear

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Daniel Ramirez Medina and the changing situation of DACA

Daniel Ramirez Medina and the changing situation of DACA

Cliff Cawthon March 1, 2017 0

On February 10, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in Seattle detained Daniel Ramirez Medina, a young “DREAMer” in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Nationally Medina’s detention has become a symbol of

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CID business advocates call for temporary halt on large events following Womxn’s March

CID business advocates call for temporary halt on large events following Womxn’s March

Chetanya Robinson March 1, 2017 0

Following the Womxn’s March in January, some business advocates in the Chinatown International District are calling for a temporary halt on large events in the neighborhood because of how the march affected local businesses.

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Navigation Center: Engagement, safety at forefront of concerns surrounding new homeless shelter

Navigation Center: Engagement, safety at forefront of concerns surrounding new homeless shelter

Lyra Fontaine March 1, 2017 0

With the Seattle Navigation Center shelter scheduled to open in Little Saigon this year, city officials hope to transition homeless people off the streets and into permanent housing. However, community members are calling for

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Announcement: New Data Shows the Economic Benefits of Immigrants in Seattle

Announcement: New Data Shows the Economic Benefits of Immigrants in Seattle

The International Examiner February 28, 2017 0

The following announcement is from the Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs and Office of Economic Development: City of Seattle and New American Economy release data on the positive impacts of foreign-born residents in Seattle

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Photos: Jayapal holds open house for District Office in downtown Seattle

Photos: Jayapal holds open house for District Office in downtown Seattle

The International Examiner February 25, 2017 0

On Tuesday, January 17, Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal hosted an open house at her new district office in downtown Seattle to assist the people of Washington’s 7th Congressional District. Constituents were able to meet Rep.

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King County funding supports API community programs

King County funding supports API community programs

Kamna Shastri February 22, 2017 0

Correction (2/23/17 at 2:08 p.m.): A previous version of this story incorrectly listed ACLF Northwest and ICHS as organizations who benefited from the Youth Sports Facilities Grants Program. The story has been updated to

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