Legacy of Donnie Chin remembered two years after fatal shooting
by Yemas Ly
Chinatown/International District neighborhood activist Donnie Chin's killing is still unsolved, two years after his death.
Jul 25, 2017
News & Politics
Transgender people of color share their storiesby Yemas LyJul 20, 2017
Transgender people of color spoke this week at a community-building event on the greater challenges faced when identities intersect.
To fight trafficking, Nepal considers restrictions on women’s travelby Global Press News ServiceJul 17, 2017
Arts & Culture
The necessity of black joyby Reagan JacksonJul 18, 2017
A dance party at Othello Park created a space to celebrate and experience black joy amidst times of conflict.
Race & Ethnicity
Saying her name: Reflections on Charleena Lylesby Damme GetachewJun 27, 2017
A Globalist writer reflects at a vigil for Charleena Lyles.
Could slide in Seattle’s international students continue under Trump?by Michael ThornbloomJul 3, 2017
International Student enrollment at Seattle Colleges has been on the decline — and changes in visa policies under Trump are unlikely to help boost numbers.