Reflecting on a year after taking a plunge into The Deep End
by Reagan Jackson
Reagan Jackson and poet Anastacia Renee started The Deep End to create and amplify stories of hope in Seattle's communities of color.
Nov 7, 2018
News & Politics
Communities of color among most vulnerable in wildfires, UW study showsby Globalist StaffNov 7, 2018
Native Americans were six times more more likely than other groups to live in areas prone to wildfires, according to researchers with the Nature Conservancy and the University of Washington.
Arts & Culture
New Seattle Art Museum exhibition celebrates the art of Indiaby Seattle Art MuseumNov 12, 2018
Peacock in the Desert explores the patronage of a single royal Indian dynasty in depth for the first time, to present a vision of leadership that incorporates the arts as a way to inspire the community.
Race & Ethnicity
“Worlds Beyond Here” explores Asian American impact on science fictionby Mayumi TsutakawaOct 17, 2018
An exhibition focuses on Asian American science fiction creators, who often address identity, immigration and race, technology and more through a genre that's more than just outer space and time travel.
Maru Mora-Villalpando in her own wordsby Reagan JacksonOct 22, 2018
Maru Mora-Villalpando, the 2018 Globalist of the Year, talks about her life and her advocacy in her own words.