Politics

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How did Seattle Police Department's North Precinct process leave out people of color and other communities until now?

(Photo from Flickr by wabatson)

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Lax Washington state dairy regulations are allowing cow manure to taint Yakima Valley drinking water.

Seattle Ethiopian Protest (Photo by Damme Getachew)

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Seattle Ethiopians marched to the Federal Building to protest Ethiopian government oppression — and the lack of attention that it gets in Western countries.

The GEO Group's headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida. (Photo from Wikipedia)

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Activists also have criticized GEO Group's management of the Northwest Detention Center, accusing it of cutting costs on services for immigration detainees.

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Nearly two dozen organizations are reaching out to voters in immigrant and minority communities, the latest King County initiative to increase voting access.

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Brazilian Portuguese may just have its own vocabulary for describing Brazil's own unique political climate.

Scarecrow Video (Photo from Wikipedia by Aurorasm)

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At the Residents’ Podium for Seattle Legacy Spaces, Seattleites got the chance to talk back to the people influencing our city's development.

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Why it’s so hard to successfully defend yourself in U.S. Immigration Court — and why so many people do it anyway.

The iconic "Christ the Redeemer" statue stands over Rio de Janeiro. (Photo from Flickr by Geraint Rowland)

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Olympic controversy, Zika, and impeachment proceedings: Brazilians living in Seattle share their views on the turmoil in their native land.

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Agriculture and technology organizations say that Washington state's economy depends on immigration reform.

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The speech challenging Donald Trump's anti-Muslim prejudice has parallels with incarcerated Japanese American families whose sons died fighting for the U.S.

(Photo courtesy PramilaJayapal.com)

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There are several front-running candidates after early returns, but the general election picture will be clearer as the state continues to count ballots.

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The Green Pathways Resolution provides green career alternatives for Seattle communities and young people of color most impacted by climate change.

“People used to try to run over me, because I was a Black woman, and small-statured," Williams recalls. "I’d fight them…I’m a good fighter.” (Photo by Chloe Collyer)

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Seattle's Central District is transforming before our eyes, but DeCharlene Williams sees a way for small business owners like her stand up to developers.

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Jesse Wineberry, who is black, also says the Seattle Times misconstrued his statements about race. The newspaper agreed, correcting the editorial this week.

(Photo from Flickr by Eirik Solheim)

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After her online Reparations project went viral, artist Natasha Marin has built a "Shrine of Asshats" where you can bear witness to the racist backlash.

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First-time delegate Varisha Khan, 20, reflects on the Democratic National Convention, which is in its third day in Philadelphia today.

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What do beauty products in Burma have in common with rampant police brutality in the U.S. and world history? Anti-blackness.

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The attempted overthrow of Turkey President Erdogan was both familiar and unsettling to Seattleites who come from Turkey.

Sky writing over Sydney, Australia on National Sorry Day, when the country atones for historic mistreatment of its indigenous population. (Photo from Flickr by butupu)

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For the participants in Natasha Marin's Reparations project on Facebook, it's more about making connections than payments.

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Throughout the decade of fiscal crisis, the Island has been a corporate welfare paradise for companies that even get free water.