NEWS

PERSPECTIVES

Are these white kids spoiling May Day for everyone else? (Photo from Flickr by Tiffany Von Arnim)

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Are anarchist window-smashers exploiting white privilege and endangering peaceful Seattle May Day marchers? Activists say it's more complicated than that.

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If Seattle didn't invent coffee, then Austin certainly didn't invent the breakfast taco, says a San Antonio native.

#GREATERSEATTLE

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Somali refugee Mohamed Shidane works two jobs and goes to school. But he still makes time to speak up about human rights in the Ogaden region of Ethiopia.

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Despite it being the fifth largest religion in the world, Aman Kuar Mann says young American Sikhs like her are still fighting for recognition and respect.

POLITICS

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Perils of the East African refugee crisis develop long before reaching the Mediterranean Sea, as one Seattle Somali-American reports.

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The Seattle Globalist and Crosscut caught up with Kelly Clements, the deputy high commissioner for refugees for the United Nations refugee agency.

COLUMNISTS

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The documentary, focusing on the 2014 avalanche that killed 16 Sherpa, takes a look at the global controversy around climbing culture on Mt. Everest.

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Spokane-raised Suzanne Hayward will speak Saturday at Young Women Empowered's career day about her work on “Nida’a,” an Arab world talk show.

ARTS & CULTURE

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The NFL's Chinese promotions are building a legion of fans of American football, with the Seahawks among the most popular teams.

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The program will host workshops for Chinese, Ethiopian, Punjabi, Spanish-speaking, African American and Tlingit communities.