“Tides of Change” brings Afro-Brazilian spirituality to Fremont Solstice Parade
by Niva Ashkenazi
Yemonja is a central figure in the Seattle Women's Steel Pan Project's "Tides of Change," a performance that also speaks to the health of the oceans today.
Jun 14, 2018
News & Politics
Jayapal calls for hearings on separation of asylum-seeking familiesby Globalist StaffJun 13, 2018
Many of the 200 detained immigrants, most of whom are asylum seekers, were mothers separated from their children, according to Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal.
Arts & Culture
Scholarships help children of Nepalese migrant workers, but few applyby Global Press News ServiceJun 4, 2018
The scholarships are for children of migrant workers who are killed or seriously injured, but only the children of those who were abroad legally qualify for the help.
Race & Ethnicity
Sophorn Sim of ECOSS equips multicultural communities with environmentally friendly ways to liveby Puget Sound Future-MakersMay 23, 2018
By Kamna Sashtri for Puget Sound Future-Makers Sophorn Sim grew up catching fish, snails, and crabs in her backyard in Cambodia. There was no need to go to the market for seafood when a fresh catch was a stone’s throw away. When war broke out in the country, Sim saw the world change before her […]
International esports tournament leaves Seattle for Canadaby Ryan PhelanMay 2, 2018
Valve attributed the relocation to Vancouver, B.C. to KeyArena renovations, but last year recurring issues with participant visas spurred rumors that the tournament would leave Seattle.