Ijeoma Oluo helps this writer understand her own privilege
by Agatha Pacheco
In a talk at Seattle's The Riveter, Ijeoma Oluo spoke about systems of power, identity and privilege — particularly when it comes to the responsibility of writers.
May 16, 2018
News & Politics
Celebrating Mexican American and Chicana/o Culture at the 2018 Northwest Folklife Festivalby Northwest FolklifeMay 22, 2018
This year, Northwest Folklife is honored to celebrate the evolving traditions of Mexican American and Chicana/o communities.
UW graduate students plan strike over pay, childcare, trans-inclusive healthcareby Goorish WibnehMay 11, 2018
Arts & Culture
Up North and Down South, young people of color are greening their neighborhoodsby Puget Sound Future-MakersMay 4, 2018
Duwamish Valley Youth Corps and Little Brook Youth Corps encourage young people of color to get involved in neighborhood projects.
Race & Ethnicity
UW study asks if ethnicity-based microaggressions affect healthby Agatha PachecoApr 24, 2018
The researchers are seeking participants who are black, Latino or multiracial, who will be compensated $10 for their time and a blood sample.
Legal aid program for detained immigrants to be suspendedby Agatha PachecoApr 18, 2018
The program is one of the few resources immigrants in detention have to defend themselves in a court lacking constitutional provisions.