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KeyBank’s Carol K. Nelson stewards community focus

KeyBank’s Carol K. Nelson stewards community focus

Guest Contributor October 23, 2017 0

As part of the partnership between the International Examiner and KeyBank to highlight the ways we can work toward financial empowerment for all communities, we caught up with KeyBank’s Carol K. Nelson, Pacific Region

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‘A Time to Rise’: A Revolutionary Asian American Movement

‘A Time to Rise’: A Revolutionary Asian American Movement

Tracy Lai October 22, 2017 0

Just in time for October, National Filipino American History Month, University of Washington Press released A Time to Rise: Collective Memoirs of the Union of Democratic Filipinos (KDP). Co-edited by former leaders of the

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Scott Kurashige’s ‘Fifty-Year Rebellion’ shines light on racist policies in Detroit

Scott Kurashige’s ‘Fifty-Year Rebellion’ shines light on racist policies in Detroit

Chris Juergens October 21, 2017 0

“Detroit has been the in the forefront of the deindustrialization of the urban cores and the institution of neoliberal policies in U.S. cities that primarily hurt communities of color,” argued Scott Kurashige in a

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Sharath Patel works his sound design magic for ACT Theatre’s ‘The Crucible’

Sharath Patel works his sound design magic for ACT Theatre’s ‘The Crucible’

Roxanne Ray October 20, 2017 0

The Crucible, Arthur Miller’s well-known play about the Salem witch trials, comes to ACT Theatre this month, and sound designer Sharath Patel will be delighting the ears of the show’s audiences. “Many people think

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Opinion: Latest Navigation Center meeting shows a pattern of failure to engage our communities

Opinion: Latest Navigation Center meeting shows a pattern of failure to engage our communities

Joseph Shoji Lachman October 19, 2017 0

On Tuesday, September 26, the City of Seattle convened the latest in a series of overdue, yet meaningless efforts at community engagement regarding the Navigation Center homeless shelter. Once again, people have come to

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Fo’ Real: Internalized Racial Oppression then and now, Part 1

Fo’ Real: Internalized Racial Oppression then and now, Part 1

Bob Shimabukuro October 19, 2017 0

Seattle, 1994 Alice: I think APAC (Asian Pacific AIDS Council) should go to this workshop we’re putting together. Bob: About what? A: Race. For people of color (POC) and those working in POC communities. B: Why?

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Tommy Le was shot twice in back, Asian Pacific Directors Coalition meets with King County Sheriff

Tommy Le was shot twice in back, Asian Pacific Directors Coalition meets with King County Sheriff

The International Examiner October 18, 2017 0

King County Sheriff John Urquhart met with two dozen leaders from the Asian Pacific Directors Coalition (APDC) on October 11 to answer questions about the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Burien resident Tommy Le on

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Noodles of Longevity: Tsue Chong Company celebrates 100th anniversary

Noodles of Longevity: Tsue Chong Company celebrates 100th anniversary

Grace Madigan October 18, 2017 0

The odds that you’ve eaten one of the Tsue Chong Company’s products are the same as the odds of you getting a fortune cookie at the end of your meal at a Chinese restaurant.

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A Lesser Love: EJ Koh’s Poetic Magnanimity

A Lesser Love: EJ Koh’s Poetic Magnanimity

Hazel Lozano October 17, 2017 0

When I asked EJ Koh why she titled her debut poetry collection, A Lesser Love, she replied, “Lesser forms of love can still be considered as love.” Koh’s statement best embodies her aesthetic of

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King County Council proclamation recognizes WWII Filipino veterans

King County Council proclamation recognizes WWII Filipino veterans

Chetanya Robinson October 16, 2017 0

Today the King County Council released a proclamation recognizing Filipino World War II veterans who will receive the Congressional Gold Medal. Congress will hold a ceremony recognizing these veterans on October 25. A single gold medal

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