After a killing by the police, family and friends mourn the loss of Charleena Lyles
by Sharayah Lane
Charleena was a woman. She was a mother. She was a sister. She was a member of her community and she has a family who are deeply grieving her loss.
Jun 19, 2017
News & Politics
Former North Korea detainee Kenneth Bae speaks out on student’s deathby ReutersJun 20, 2017
Former Lynnwood missionary Kenneth Bae said the death of student Otto Warmbier, who was in a coma when he was freed by North Korea, was an "outrage."
Seattle Globalist impact to grow with Washington Women’s Foundation, sustainer supportby Globalist StaffJun 16, 2017
The Globalist will strengthen the impact of our mission to elevate diverse voices, thanks to a $100,000 award from Washington Women's Foundation, and consistent support from our community.
Arts & Culture
Rising hate scrapes away Pacific Northwest’s so-called progressive imageby Sharon H ChangJun 9, 2017
Despite the Pacific Northwest’s reputation as a bastion of left liberal thinking, incidents of hate and bias upend the notion that there is no racism here.
Race & Ethnicity
Asians see decrease in hate crimes, but discrimination hasn’t gone awayby Chi-Wei ChiaJun 5, 2017
Hate crimes against Asians are at their lowest rate in five years, but that doesn't mean that racist speech and acts of discrimination have gone away.
3 things humanities international students should know while job huntingby Jeevika VermaJun 12, 2017
Getting a job is hard for any recent graduate. International students in the humanities need to know their options.