What are the top Seattle Globalist stories of 2014?

Gov. Jay Inslee signing the Washington State Dream Act. (Photo thanks to OneAmerica)
Gov. Jay Inslee signing the Washington State Dream Act. (Photo thanks to OneAmerica)

2014 has been quite the year. We’d like to know what you think are some of the top Seattle Globalist moments from 2014. What Globalist stories or issues struck you as notable this year?

Let us know via Facebook, Twitter, here in the comments below or via email at editor@seattleglobalist.com what we should include in our news roundup. It would be great to include a little description about why the stories you picked are noteworthy, and we might quote you in the article. We’ll publish the list at the end of the month.

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People gather at the University of Washington for a “Black Lives Matter” demonstration on Nov. 25. (Photo by Jama Abdirahman)
An 12-year-old Syrian boy sews reinforcement stitches on donated shoes at his parent's storefront in the Zaatari Camp's main market area. In lieu of going to one of the schools offered at the camp, many children end up working for their parents or in other shops to bring in extra money for the family. (Photo by Alisa Reznick)
An 12-year-old Syrian boy sews reinforcement stitches on donated shoes at his parent’s storefront in the Zaatari Camp’s main market area. In lieu of going to one of the schools offered at the camp, many children end up working for their parents or in other shops to bring in extra money for the family. (Photo by Alisa Reznick)
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1 Comment

  1. Hi Venice,
    I know this is still in the headlines, but Governor Inslee’s recent proposal to price carbon is a perfect example of local leadership to solve a global problem; his bill uses local perspectives to inform solutions to global climate change and it’s groundbreakingly comprehensive and progressive. Here’s OneAmerica’s analysis: http://weareoneamerica.org/blog/dec-14/washington-state%E2%80%99s-big-win-climate-justice

    Happy holidays!

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