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Honored to have been a part of the International Examiner’s 45-year history

Honored to have been a part of the International Examiner’s 45-year history

Travis Quezon January 8, 2018 0

When I became editor in chief of the International Examiner in 2013, I had the honor of experiencing firsthand how a newspaper like the Examiner has empowered a community for generations

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What does Durkan’s investment in affordable housing mean in the Chinatown International District?

What does Durkan’s investment in affordable housing mean in the Chinatown International District?

Cliff Cawthon January 4, 2018 0

In short, a lot, but we still have a long way to go. Affordable housing has been a major issue for the Chinatown International District’s residents. Before the holiday season, mayor Durkan announced $100

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Vietnamese organizing reimagined: Why the activism around Tommy Le was not a surprise

Vietnamese organizing reimagined: Why the activism around Tommy Le was not a surprise

Bao H. Nguyen January 3, 2018 0

The killing of Tommy Le could have easily gone unnoticed. Neither a star athlete nor a standout student, this son to Vietnamese immigrants and brother to four other siblings lived a rather unremarkable life

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Memorial honors Seattle-raised Ed Lee, first Asian American mayor of San Francisco

Memorial honors Seattle-raised Ed Lee, first Asian American mayor of San Francisco

Kelsey Hamlin January 2, 2018 0

The streets by Franklin High School (FHS) were full of parked cars as many showed up to pay their respects Saturday for the recently deceased San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee. Edwin Mah Lee was

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Announcement: Registration open for ICHS’ 3rd Annual Lunar New Year 5k

Announcement: Registration open for ICHS’ 3rd Annual Lunar New Year 5k

The International Examiner January 2, 2018 0

Local runners and walkers of both the four- and two-legged variety are invited to get with their pack to bring in the Lunar New Year in an effort to help local families who cannot

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Wing Luke beverages exhibit is a pleasure to be sipped slowly

Wing Luke beverages exhibit is a pleasure to be sipped slowly

Vince Schleitwiler December 22, 2017 0

A museum exhibit about beverages? Admit it: the topic sounds a bit, well, dry. A story you might be tempted to flip past, in line at the coffee shop, or scroll by, waiting for

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Local Muslim civil rights advocate takes national role in D.C.

Local Muslim civil rights advocate takes national role in D.C.

Shawn Porter December 20, 2017 0

In November 2017 Arsalan Bukhari, executive director of CAIR’s Washington state chapter (CAIR-WA), took on a new role in national media relations at CAIR’s national office in Washington,

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Racial disparities, poverty the focus of state budget and policy summit

Racial disparities, poverty the focus of state budget and policy summit

Kelsey Hamlin December 19, 2017 0

At a $70-per-ticket summit on December 7, attendees discussed Washington state’s budget and how to change it to best benefit marginalized people and close wealth gaps

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What happens when ICE comes to call? Information session offers advice for API immigrants and refugees

What happens when ICE comes to call? Information session offers advice for API immigrants and refugees

Grace Madigan December 18, 2017 0

The Seattle Office of Immigrants and Refugees teamed up with the Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) for an informational session on the increased Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrests of immigrants nationwide

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December 18, 2017—Arts Etc.

December 18, 2017—Arts Etc.

Alan Chong Lau December 18, 2017 0

IE Arts Editor Alan Chong Lau highlights the latest December happenings in visual arts, film, theater, books and more

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