“Nina Simone: Four Women” imagines an artist’s path to activism
by Mayumi Tsutakawa
“Nina Simone: Four Women,” presented by the Seattle Repertory Theatre, explores the life of the iconic jazz singer and activist artist.
May 9, 2019
Students tell Seattle school board Ethnic Studies needed
by Reagan Jackson
More than 50 students, parents and teachers told the Seattle Public Schools that Ethnic Studies should be mandatory in the district's K-12 curriculum.
Mar 17, 2017
World premiere of “SHOT” drives home Seattle’s police brutality conversation
by Sylvia Lin
Spectrum Dance Theater premieres "SHOT" tomorrow night in discussion of police brutality.
Jan 18, 2017
“Jazz Intoxication” immersed audience in Washington Hall history
by Monica Thomas
Washington Hall launches its new community space with "Jazz Intoxication" immersive theater experience.
Jun 13, 2016
Photos: Unity on Union protest blocks Uncle Ike’s 4/20 party
by Naomi Ishisaka
A protest yesterday in front of the contentious pot shop Uncle Ike's brought African American leaders together from the NAACP, Africatown, the Black Book Club, and Mt. Cavalry Christian Center.
Apr 21, 2016
What’s not to like about Uncle Ike’s?
by Reagan Jackson
Selling weed next to a teen center is just the beginning of problems black community leaders in the Central District see with the popular pot shop.
Apr 20, 2016
Che Taylor rally calls for firing of police chief, criminal probe
by Jovelle Tamayo
About 100 people rallied for Che Taylor, who died Sunday after being shot by Seattle Police officers.
Feb 25, 2016
How Rachel Dolezal’s lies hurt black people
by Ijeoma Oluo
For Rachel Dolezal, appropriating a black identity was easier than putting in real work as a white ally.
Jun 15, 2015