Can religion bridge the divide over immigration policy?
by Sarah Stuteville
Northwest University, a private Christian college in Kirkland, is hosting a symposium of immigration experts in hopes of finding common ground across political divides.
Feb 23, 2017
News & Politics
Is DACA over? 5 questions for an immigration attorneyby Timothy KenneyFeb 22, 2017
Does Daniel Ramirez Medina's case affect others in Deferred Action? Should people still apply? We asked an immigration attorney these questions and more.
Japanese American incarceration commemorated with vows to counter anti-Muslim political rhetoricby Venice BuhainFeb 20, 2017
Arts & Culture
Seattle Asian American Film Festival celebrates the spirit of resistanceby LeiLani NishimeFeb 20, 2017
The Seattle Asian American Film Festival returns this week with a slate of films that defy stereotypes of a "model minority."
I fled to the U.S. after my government threatened my life. Trump’s got me worried.by Frederica JanszFeb 15, 2017
Race & Ethnicity
Documentarian duo “UNCODE” Black Seattleby Marcus Harrison GreenFeb 23, 2017
UNCODE is a labor of love of wife and husband filmmakers Myisa and Ali Graham, both Columbia City residents and southern transplants to the Emerald City.
#GreaterSeattle: Bringing home the beans for East Africa’s coffee ceremonyby Anna DiBlosiFeb 5, 2017
Tired of poor quality beans tainting the original East African coffee ceremony, Efram Fesaha took matters into his own hands.
‘Avenidas y Generaciones’ contrasts Latino American experiences through artby Mayumi TsutakawaFeb 7, 2017
Free show at the Washington State Convention Center features a diverse group of artists from the contemporary Pacific Northwest Latino/a art scene.