NEWS

PERSPECTIVES

A rally at the Honduran Mission in New York City soon after Berta Cáceres was killed. (Photo by Natalie Jeffers / Matters of the Earth)

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In November Berta Cáceres visited Seattle to speak out on environmental exploitation in Honduras. A few months later, she was murdered.

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Nonviolent communication (NVC) isn't just practiced by white Seattle hippies. One ex-inmate explains how NVC liberated him from violence and trauma.

#GREATERSEATTLE

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Somali refugee Mohamed Shidane works two jobs and goes to school. But he still makes time to speak up about human rights in the Ogaden region of Ethiopia.

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Despite it being the fifth largest religion in the world, Aman Kuar Mann says young American Sikhs like her are still fighting for recognition and respect.

POLITICS

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This year’s lieutenant governor race has attracted the most demographically diverse statewide pool of candidates in Washington.

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In its second year, Seattle-born Islamophobia Awareness Day goes global, calling for better understanding of the Muslim experience and its youth.

COLUMNISTS

People waiting outside of an aid distribution center at the Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya. (Photo from Flickr by Riyaad Minty)

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In the wake of terrorist attacks, Kenya is threatening to close Dadaab refugee camp. That has Seattle-area refugees worried about family still living there.
Lauren Kelley, Pickin’, 2007

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"Posing Beauty" a new photography exhibit at the Northwest African American Museum explores the perception of beauty in the black experience.

ARTS & CULTURE

Grey Filastine, right, with Indonesian rapper Nova. The experimental activist electronic music duo are playing at an undisclosed warehouse location Saturday night. (Courtesy photo by Miguel Edwards)

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Activist musician Grey Filastine, who cut his teeth raising a ruckus during the WTO riots, returns to Seattle this weekend.

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It’s May! Time to march for your rights, eat pierogis, and celebrate Cinco de Mayo the authentic way.