POLITICS

A classroom full of students in Japan, where class sizes average around 30 students. (Photo by Shintaro Ozawa)

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What do Japan and South Korea have to say about the value of small class sizes?

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Seattleites are banding together to call for justice on behalf of 43 Mexican college students who have been missing since September 26.

FOOD

A WWII era poster encourages saving food scraps to feed animals. (Photo from National Archives)

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Kirkland resident Gina VanLoon hardly has any food waste in her compost bin. But that isn’t something she could brag about a few months ago....
(Photo from National Archives)

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Is the solution to feeding a growing global population sitting right there on our plates?

AID AND DEVELOPMENT

Pastor George Everett speaking to Mercer Island Presbyterian Church about the Ebola outbreak in his home country of Liberia. (Photo by Sarah Stuteville)

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Liberian-Americans say they have the knowledge to help contain the outbreak in their home country, but they don't have the money
Hugo Lucitante pilots a boat on the Ecuadorian Amazon, on the land of the Cofan people, which is threatened by oil extraction. (Photo courtesy Oil and Water)

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Local documentary, “Oil & Water,” tells the story of an Ecuadorean tribe endangered by global warming and oil extraction, an ambassador from that tribe in Seattle and his friendship with a man who helps certify oil companies as environmentally friendly.

ARTS & CULTURE

A still from "Titli" about a young man trying to escape his criminal family in Delhi, one of the flagship films of the Seattle South Asian Film Festival's 9th year.

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A still from "Titli" about a young man trying to escape his criminal family in Delhi, one of the flagship films of the...
Diwali oil lamps in Darjeeling, India. (Photo from Wikipedia by Benoy)

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Recreating the festival of lights in Seattle.