As Mexico City grows some residents experience water shortages
by Global Press News Service
No one can prove that Mexico City's water is running out because the government doesn't disclose the condition of its water aquifer.
News & Politics
A Delridge Wetlands park for everyoneby Puget Sound Future-MakersApr 22, 2018
Willard Brown is unrelenting in striving for a long-term vision for an ecologically sound and community-centered Delridge Wetlands Park.
Human rights activist Naomi Tutu sees hope in restorative justice, reparationsby Reagan JacksonApr 17, 2018
Arts & Culture
Refugees and immigrants grow homeland foods at Kent community gardenby Martha Baskin
A Kent parking lot has turned into a sustainable urban garden where refugees and immigrants can grow the foods that remind them of home.
Race & Ethnicity
Washington courts adopt rule to close racial bias loophole in jury selectionby Agatha PachecoApr 11, 2018
The rule also formally acknowledges that "implicit, institutional, and unconscious biases, in addition to purposeful discrimination, have resulted in the unfair exclusion of potential jurors in Washington State."
Legal aid program for detained immigrants to be suspendedby Agatha PachecoApr 18, 2018
The program is one of the few resources immigrants in detention have to defend themselves in a court lacking constitutional provisions.