Seattle’s oldest Chinese restaurants serve up edible history
by Sarah Stuteville
A documentary at the upcoming Seattle Asian American Film Festival explores the delicious history of Chinese-American food in our region.
Feb 16, 2017
News & Politics
Japanese American incarceration commemorated with vows to counter anti-Muslim political rhetoricby Venice BuhainFeb 20, 2017
Community leaders from the Muslim American and Japanese American communities discussed how to counter fear-mongering that can lead to racial profiling.
Arts & Culture
Popular East African basketball program pivots to coding classesby Goorish WibnehFeb 13, 2017
Organizers of an all-East African basketball league say the popularity of new coding classes for youth have surprised even them.
Race & Ethnicity
How to be a Muslim ally in the Trump eraby Tariq YusufFeb 1, 2017
With every new hate crime and spike in anti-Muslim rhetoric, fear and uncertainty in our community grows. You can help by being a strong Muslim ally.
#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.