Corruption and danger on the streets of Kampala
by Global Press News Service
Stolen license plates. Fake taxi passengers. Corruption infects the commute in Uganda's capital city.
News & Politics
More than 100 organizations sign opposition to youth jailby Naomi IshisakaJul 18, 2018
Organizations ranging from Campus Animal Rights Educators to Incarcerated Mothers Advocacy Project signed on to support a moratorium on construction of the new King County Children and Family Justice Center.
Seattle International Butoh Festival runs through July 15by Andrew HamlinJul 7, 2018
The eight-member DAIPANButoh Collective hosts the ninth annual Seattle International Butoh Festival, running through July 15 at various spaces around Seattle and Shoreline, featuring both dancers from their own troupe and performers from around the world.
Arts & Culture
A 24-hour journey to the United Statesby Bryan NakataJul 2, 2018
Bishara Kharoufeh, 50, was born in Palestine during the 1967 war between the Arabs and the Israelis.
Race & Ethnicity
Seattle Eritrean community celebrates 27 years of independenceby Agazit AfeworkiJun 6, 2018
The celebration of Eritrean Independence Day included traditional coffee ceremonies, art, music and dances from the country's different ethnic groups.
Thousands gather in SeaTac to protest immigrant family separationsby Jovelle TamayoJun 30, 2018
Police estimated about 10,000 demonstrators attended the “Families Belong Together” event in SeaTac — one of more than 750 events taking place in all 50 states — to protest family separation at the border and immigrant detention.