Nominate your Seattle Globalist of the Year!

Do you know someone doing great work connecting the Seattle to the rest of the world? Someone whose tireless efforts embody the values of the Seattle Globalist: creativity, diversity, open-mindedness, social & economic justice, humanitarianism and community development? Help us choose the 2015 Globalist of the Year by nominating the change-maker in your community. It's as simple as filling out this quick nomination form:
May 28, 2015

Why we’re asking you to GiveSMALL to the Seattle Globalist

Give SMALL to the Seattle Globalist today, and become part of something big!
May 5, 2015
Sun as Taiga Aisaka from a light novel series Toradora!. (Photo courtesy of Martina Sun)

Cosplay: fans find a common culture through costume

The community of cosplay, influenced anime, sci-fi and fantasy, is where many who feel like outsiders find a home.
May 4, 2015
A woman practices the crow pose

Yoga class at Episcopal church is a meeting of traditions

Yoga, a practice that began from Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, has a home in a Seattle Episcopal cathedral.
Feb 22, 2015

Globalist expands to Hillman City Collaboratory

The Seattle Globalist is expanding its offices to The Collaboratory, a coworking space and incubator for social change in Hillman City.
Feb 18, 2015

Wing Luke Museum seeks stories, art for Immigration Act exhibit

Your stories, artwork, music or poetry about immigrating to the United States could be part of an upcoming online exhibit commemorating the Immigration Act of 1965 at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience. The Wing is seeking submissions for an upcoming exhibition on the Immigration Act of 1965, which abolished the United States’ […]
Jan 7, 2015

A tour of Taiwanese food in Seattle

It's not a coincidence that some of the most popular Chinese restaurants in the Seattle area are Taiwanese.
Jan 5, 2015

Growing up illiterate…in my family language

Twitter Cantonese and/or Chinese? How Chinese students are choosing their native language options. #language #China #Chinese #Cantonese Facebook How are immigrant and second-generation Chinese students keeping their native language choices open?

Report: Shoreline woman’s family on crashed AirAsia flight

KIRO-TV reported Tuesday that a Shoreline family says that six of their Indonesian family members were among the passengers who were on AirAsia 8501, which crashed on Sunday. Jack Song of Shoreline told the TV station that his wife’s father, Soetikno Sia, and her mother, listed on the passenger manifest as Jou Christien Yuanita, were on […]
Dec 31, 2014

Happy holidays: Seattleites celebrate lesser-known world traditions

What holidays have we missed in our Christmas monopoly?
Dec 25, 2014

Seattle groups applaud U.S.-Cuba policy changes

Cindy Domingo's annual delegation to Cuba might start looking a little different.
Dec 22, 2014

Sony cancels release of “The Interview” after threats to theaters

"The Interview," a comedy about a fictional plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, has been canceled by Sony Pictures on Wednesday following threats made to theaters that had been scheduled to show the film.
Dec 17, 2014
Venice Buhain joins the Globalist this month as editor. (Photo by Alex Stonehill)

Venice Buhain joins The Seattle Globalist as editor

We are pleased to announce that Venice Buhain has joined the Seattle Globalist team as part-time editor.
Dec 10, 2014

Capoeira catching on in exercise-crazed Seattle

Looking for a way to stay active through the winter? This Brazilian martial arts-dance hybrid might be your game.
Oct 9, 2014

Globie Awards ceremony raises $12K for global storytelling

Thanks to our amazing community, the 2014 Globie Awards was a great success.
Oct 3, 2014

Join us Saturday for the 2014 Globie Awards

The Seattle Globalist's second-annual Globie Awards fundraiser is this Saturday, September 27, from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m at Washington Hall.
Sep 22, 2014

The Scenario: Climate Refugees in Seattle

Refugees are flooding the Pacific Northwest from water-starved cities around the country. Rents are skyrocketing, the weather is heating up and water pirates are raiding Seattle reservoirs to sell our precious 'blue gold' to the highest bidder. How will our fair city get out of this mess?
Sep 11, 2014

Final week at the Globalist for staffer Sara McCaslin

The Seattle Globalist bids a fond farewell to staffer Sara McCaslin this week, who will be starting a new position with SEIU Sept. 1st.
Aug 18, 2014

Era Schrepfer named 2014 Globalist of the Year

The Seattle Globalist is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Globie Awards. Help us honor the winners at The Globies on Saturday, September 27th at Washington Hall.
Aug 12, 2014

Language Diversity in America: How Seattle Stacks Up

An infographic released by shows the diversity of languages spoken throughout the U.S., but how does Seattle compare on a national level?
May 27, 2014