The Colors of Green

The Colors of Green is a podcast focusing on how communities of color are leading the way in Seattle's environmental justice movement.
Dec 31, 2018

The Colors of Green: James Rasmussen

James Rasmussen's family has been connected to the Duwamish River for 10,000 years, and his concept of home fuels his stewardship of the river.

The Colors of Green: Sonali Jasuja

Sonali Jasuja walks us through her journey from being a tech worker to becoming a mentor to young women passionate about building a better environmental future.

The Colors of Green: Tania Tam Park

Tania Tam Park says that people of color and immigrants practice environmental stewardship in ways that can challenge the dominant view of environmentalism.

The Colors of Green: Jill Mangaliman

Jill Mangaliman speaks on the community power that is at the heart of resilience in the face of environmental instability.
If she could vote, Agatha Pacheco-Flores, 19, would vote for Bernie Sanders because he advocates for enfranchising undocumented youth and environmental reform. (Photo by Cristy Acuña)

Agueda Pacheco-Flores: Question authority and be mighty through journalism

Agueda Pachedo-Flores is The Seattle Globalist’s Journalist of the Year.
Oct 26, 2018

Kamna Shastri: Wants more nuanced narratives

Kamna Shastri will be recognized as the Community Journalist of the Year at the 2018 Globie Awards on Friday, October 26, 2018 at Georgetown Ballroom.
Oct 24, 2018

Gavin Amos-Lopez: My words, perspectives and communities matter

The Seattle Globalist will honor Gavin Amos-Lopez at the 2018 Globie Awards gala on Friday, October 26, 2018.
Oct 23, 2018

Maru Mora-Villalpando, emerging POC journalists to be honored at 2018 Globies

It's been a tradition of the Globie Awards celebration to recognize journalists who are dedicated to telling stories of those who are underrepresented in media as well as honor a Globalist of the Year, who is selected from nominations put forward by Seattle Globalist readers.
Sep 24, 2018

Power Globalist Ana Sofia Knauf: “A lot more of the city would become invisible without the Globalist”

Ana Sofia Knauf, a neighborhoods reporter at The Stranger, reflects on her first years as a professional journalist with The Seattle Globalist.
Dec 28, 2016

Power Globalist Varisha Khan: Rising journalist, political leader making a national impact

What happens when you give young journalists an opportunity cover their own communities? In the case of Varisha Khan, they become national leaders.
Dec 14, 2016

Power Globalist Esmy Jimenez: Breaking barriers to journalism opportunities

Former Globalist apprentice Esmy Jimenez: “Someone said, 'I will invest monetarily in YOU becoming a journalist, despite you telling me you don’t have a background in journalism.'”
Dec 6, 2016

Power Globalist Jama Abdirahman: “I want to disrupt norms and stick with the facts.”

From photographer to photojournalist, Jama Abdirahman shares how the Globalist offered him the tools and confidence he needed to pursue journalism.
Nov 30, 2016

East African community reps respond to Capitol Hill robbery accusations

An open letter from representatives of the Somali and East African communities about crime and discrimination on Capitol Hill.
Sep 22, 2014