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Local workshops encourage parents to talk about race with their kids

Local workshops encourage parents to talk about race with their kids

Lexi Potter August 22, 2017 0

In the wake of the Charlottesville attack, I sat down with Jasen Frelot to talk about his Kids and Race program, which has so far engaged over 500 parents and children in discussions about

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Photos: Amid fears of nuclear war, a community still gathers for peace

Photos: Amid fears of nuclear war, a community still gathers for peace

Taylor McAvoy August 22, 2017 0

More than a thousand people of diverse backgrounds stood in solemnity on Green lake’s northwestern shore on August 6, lanterns lighting each face in an orange glow. The Toro Nagashi is a lantern floating

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Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos, IDEC will host community update on the Donnie Chin murder investigation on August 23

Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos, IDEC will host community update on the Donnie Chin murder investigation on August 23

The International Examiner August 21, 2017 0

Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos (D-Seattle) and International District Emergency Center (IDEC) will be hosting a community meeting on Wednesday, August 23 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Nagomi Tea House (519 6th Ave

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Breaking Silences: Dr. Pata Suyemoto, mental health activist, takes the high road

Breaking Silences: Dr. Pata Suyemoto, mental health activist, takes the high road

Brenda Kay Neth August 21, 2017 0

Dr. Pata Suyemoto is no newcomer to mental health issues. As a Japanese-American teenager, she faced stigma after attempting to take her own life. At 16, her parents were willing to get her medical

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Walking the art aisles—a stroll through Seattle Art Fair

Walking the art aisles—a stroll through Seattle Art Fair

Kazuko Nakane August 21, 2017 0

Even though I’ve been writing about art for years, I still remember what the late Nisei painter, Frank Okada told me. He said he became a painter because he believed the world of art

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Seattle Center’s Terracotta Warriors exhibit is sure to impress children and adults alike

Seattle Center’s Terracotta Warriors exhibit is sure to impress children and adults alike

Maisy Chan August 20, 2017 0

The Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor are a national treasure in China. A selection of the warriors are on display at the Pacific Science Center at Seattle Center. It’s an exhibit that’s sure

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An extraordinary playscape: The Donnie Chin International Children’s Park

An extraordinary playscape: The Donnie Chin International Children’s Park

Hazel Lozano August 19, 2017 0

xtraordinary Playscapes, a new exhibit at the Center for Architecture and Design (CfAD), shows how designers are engaging diverse communities to translate play objectives into meaningful, state-of-the-art environments. The Donnie Chin International Children’s Park

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Moving toward a safer CID: Survey results show improved safety, continued systemic barriers

Moving toward a safer CID: Survey results show improved safety, continued systemic barriers

Lyra Fontaine August 18, 2017 0

Public safety in the Chinatown-International District (CID) has dominated community conversations in the past two years since International District Emergency Center founder and community leader Donnie Chin was murdered in July 2015. Recent findings from

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Sharon Maeda comes out of retirement to lead Rainier Valley Radio as station manager

Sharon Maeda comes out of retirement to lead Rainier Valley Radio as station manager

The International Examiner August 17, 2017 0

Community leader and activist Sharon Maeda has recently come out of retirement to join Rainier Valley Radio/KVRU as its first station manager

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August 17, 2017—Arts Etc.

August 17, 2017—Arts Etc.

Alan Chong Lau August 17, 2017 0

The latest in arts happenings by IE editor, Alan Chong Lau

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