About the Globalist
The Seattle Globalist is a daily “hyperglobal” publication covering the connections between Seattle and the rest of the globe. It’s where Seattle meets the world.
Our mission is to elevate diverse voices through media.
Seattle is a city with a big worldview. Named a “hyper-diverse city” by the Migration Policy Institute, more than a quarter of Seattle residents are foreign-born. Seattleites are exceptionally well traveled and the city is home to a bustling economy of businesses and nonprofits whose impact is felt across the globe.
The Globalist features travel writing from a Northwest perspective, restaurant and music reviews, a calendar of cultural events, and perspectives on global news from Seattle’s international population. Behind this layer of content is a robust community of Globalists—travelers, immigrants, global health workers, students, foreign film buffs, foodies— all the Seattleites who identify as “Globalists.”
What We Do
The Seattle Globalist publishes a daily “hyperglobal” news site focused on international connections in the Pacific Northwest. Follow us on Twitter for regular updates.
We host regular community events, including journalism workshops; happy hours; travel slideshows and more! Check out our Facebook page for upcoming events.
We provide journalism training and publishing opportunities for underserved youth through our Apprenticeship program and Globalist Youth workshops. Check out our Globalist Youth page for information on upcoming programs.
The Seattle Globalist is a trade name of The Common Language Project, an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The Globalist is housed by the University of Washington, Department of Communication. Financial support comes from our partners and sponsors, reporting grants, and individual donors.
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Pitch a Story
We rely on a network of 150 contributors to report and write stories for The Seattle Globalist. Have an idea you’d like to pitch? Send it to editor Alex Stonehill at [email protected].
Advertise with us
Interested in reaching a wide audience of young, globally-minded people in the Pacific Northwest? Advertise with the Globalist! Write to Shoko Toyama at [email protected] for details.
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- 2012 Best New Site, 3rd Place: SeattleGlobalist.com – Society of Professional Journalists Northwest
- 2012 Radio Special Report, 2nd Place: Refugees in Puget Sound: Navigating a New Home in the Northwest – Society of Professional Journalists Northwest
- 2013 Crystal Heart Award, Heartland Film Festival, BARZAN
- 2013 Best Feature Documentary, Evolution Film Festival Hollywood, BARZAN
Ethics & Transparency
Seattle Globalist staff, volunteers, journalists, contributors and editors follow the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics and have taken the TAO of Journalism Pledge to be Transparent, Accountable and Open. The Seattle Globalist is a member of the Investigative News Network. The Seattle Globalist receives pro bono legal assistance through the Online Media Legal Network. The Seattle Globalist is a silver-level GuideStar Exchange participant.
We welcome your comments on our articles, as long as they are respectful, relevant and civil in tone. We do not pre-moderate comments. However, in order to maintain this site as a trusted and useful resource, we reserve the right to remove any post that does not comply with our Comment Policy, or simply is not in keeping with our editorial standards for civility.
Any commenter who ignores our policies may be banned permanently and without notice.
We may delete any comment that contains:
- Slander, personal attacks or abusive, hateful, threatening or offensive language or material.
- Spam or links to spam (repeated attempts to redirect readers to another website are considered spam).
- Comments off-topic to the article.
- All capital letters.
- Intentionally inflammatory rhetoric.
- Links to inappropriate or unrelated content.
- Identical, repetitive comments posted on multiple articles.
- Excessively long URLs
- Personal information, such as addresses, phone numbers, emails, etc.
- Blatantly promotional content.
- Reproduced copyrighted articles from other sources: provide a link only.
- More than 1,000 words. Text continued to another post to bypass the 1000-word limit will be deleted.
Our comment section is provided for readers’ opinions. Seattle Globalist staff and board do not fact-check the statements posted here, and do not necessarily agree with the opinions.
Disclaimer: The Seattle Globalist is not responsible for injury or liability to any reader or commenter resulting from the content posted on the site, or from comments posted by readers, that may be viewed as offensive, misleading, inaccurate, illegal, or otherwise unsuitable.
Adapted, with thanks, from CommonDreams.org.