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SEAeD Coalition highlights Southeast Asian educational experiences

SEAeD Coalition highlights Southeast Asian educational experiences

Kae Chan Saeteurn September 16, 2017 0

On August 25, community members gathered together for Beyond the Numbers: SEAs In Education, an event focused on highlighting the educational experiences of Southeast Asian communities. The event, consisting of discussions and performances, was

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Sajean Geer’s independence and self-reliance: The hidden keys to survival

Sajean Geer’s independence and self-reliance: The hidden keys to survival

Chris Juergens September 13, 2017 0

“I never really panicked and just took it all in stride,” Sajean Geer said about getting lost in the woods of the Olympic Peninsula with her dog for six days in July, while on a

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Mayor Ed Murray is resigning, following new abuse allegations

Mayor Ed Murray is resigning, following new abuse allegations

The International Examiner September 12, 2017 0

Mayor Ed Murray is resigning after new allegations that he sexually abused his cousin in the 1970s. The Seattle Times reported today that Murray's younger cousin Joseph Dyer accused Murray of sexually abusing him when

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Documenting activism in Vancouver’s Chinatown

Documenting activism in Vancouver’s Chinatown

Taylor McAvoy September 12, 2017 0

Cohen’s film Paint it Red follows Ho, an organizer for Chinatown Concern Group (CCG) and other community activists as they fight against a major development plan, discrimination, gentrification, and for social equality.

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Community feels left in the dark about Donnie Chin murder investigation

Community feels left in the dark about Donnie Chin murder investigation

Kelsey Hamlin September 12, 2017 0

Donnie Chin was perhaps one of the International District’s most beloved community members. He was a watchdog, a friend, and a family man. Since his death on July 23, 2015, when 59-year-old Chin was

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Trump to end DACA, which shields thousands of undocumented immigrants

Trump to end DACA, which shields thousands of undocumented immigrants

The International Examiner September 4, 2017 0

President Trump is considering ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which allows people who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children -- sometimes called Dreamers -- to stay in the

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With the Census in Peril, What Will It Take to ‘Right the Ship?’

With the Census in Peril, What Will It Take to ‘Right the Ship?’

New America Media September 3, 2017 0

Anna Challet New America Media The 2020 Census is off to a rocky start, with crucial preparations already delayed or falling to the wayside, largely a result of inadequate funding from Congress. Some of

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Saigon-Houston Radio: Our Community Rescued Itself When Harvey Came

Saigon-Houston Radio: Our Community Rescued Itself When Harvey Came

New America Media September 2, 2017 0

By Andrew Lam New America Media Editor’s Note: Thanh-Thuy Vu is owner of Saigon Radio KREH 900-AM, the only full-service, full-time Asian station in Greater Houston. For the city’s nearly 40,000 Vietnamese residents, and for many more

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After vandalism, Olympia historical Chinese marker repaired

After vandalism, Olympia historical Chinese marker repaired

Chetanya Robinson August 29, 2017 0

Since 2004, a historical marker recognizing the Chinese community of Olympia has stood in the city’s Heritage Park. In the past few years the marker has been vandalized, including by a rock and. Most

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As King County elderly population increases, API elders face unique challenges

As King County elderly population increases, API elders face unique challenges

Kamna Shastri August 28, 2017 0

Within the next 20 years, the percentage of King County residents who are elderly will grow from 18 percent to 25 percent. Asian Pacific Islander elders will be one of the fastest-growing subgroups. The

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