Kent

Pastor George Everett speaking to Mercer Island Presbyterian Church about the Ebola outbreak in his home country of Liberia. (Photo by Sarah Stuteville)

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Liberian-Americans say they have the knowledge to help contain the outbreak in their home country, but they don't have the money

Harold Jones, a paralegal specialist and diversity officer at Navy Medicine Support Command, reads to first-grade students as part of a community volunteer program. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Bruce Cummins)

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For the first time this year, the majority of kids enrolled in American public schools will be minorities. Some local school districts are ready.

Angel Rocha shows off a diverse sampling of baked goods prepared at Golden Wheat, in the Central District. (Photo by Anna Goren)

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Don't pigeonhole him as a "Mexican baker" — Angel Rocha is ready to feed everyone in a diverse Central District. Angel Rocha is a lucky...

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Homing pigeons in the sky over Kent. They can fly 50mph non-stop for 6 to 8 hours. (Photo by George Dobre) Eagles are majestic....

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Yashoda Khanal moved to Kent almost three years ago when her family, who had spent 18 years in a Nepalese refugee camp, was...