(Photos by Colleen McDevitt. Click for captions/larger images)
With two left feet, I joined the One Billion Rising flash mob yesterday in Westlake Center. And around the world, more than 201 countries were dancing with me, all with common purpose of ending violence against women.
OneAmerica organizers and participants march through the capitol campus in Olympia chanting, “Who’s house? Our house!” (Photo by Brooklyn Carlson)
Immigrant activists left as early as 4 am to travel to Olympia in support of education and policy reform. Our youth reporters got up pretty early as well to cover the action.
Study abroad is a defining experience for many high school and college students. But often the students who have access to those programs are white and upper/middle class.
One Seattle program hopes to change that.
Today is the world’s sweetest holiday, the Chandeleur. Celebrate as the French do by cooking up a mountain of fluffy (yet paper-thin!) crêpes.
Cheap denim jeans replace handwoven textiles and ancient farming techniques give way to tractors as the ancient Tibetan Kingdom of Lo gets a long-awaited taste of modernity.