The art of protesting Trump: Seattle residents get creative with their signs
by Chloe Collyer
In the days leading up to the inauguration of President Donald Trump, many Seattleites joined DIY nights to make posters a weekend of protests.
Jan 20, 2017
News & Politics
Is Seattle the capital of global income inequality?by Sarah StutevilleJan 19, 2017
A new report from Oxfam found that eight men own the same wealth as the poorest 50 percent of humanity. Two of them live right here in Seattle.
Arts & Culture
World premiere of “SHOT” drives home Seattle’s police brutality conversationby Sylvia LinJan 18, 2017
Spectrum Dance Theater premieres "SHOT" tomorrow night in discussion of police brutality.
Race & Ethnicity
Angela Davis voices support for No Youth Jail movementby Chloe CollyerJan 17, 2017
Hundreds of people came to Town Hall last Thursday to see Angela Davis, a prominent figure in the Black Power and anti-prison system movements.
#GreaterSeattle: Fighting for tenant rights in South King Countyby Katie AnastasJan 19, 2017
For Mónica Mendoza-Castrejón, growing up low-income gave her the inspiration to fight for the rights of renters in her community.
New ruling signals more green cards for entrepreneurs and startupsby Tahmina WatsonJan 11, 2017
Self-employed entrepreneurs and startup founders haven't had a good route to get a green card... until now.