ReWA programs for women and children set for expansion

Refugee Women's Alliance has raised $5.5 million through grants, donations and loans, enabling the expansion of programs for immigrant and refugee women and children.
Apr 10, 2018

Documentarian duo “UNCODE” Black Seattle

UNCODE is a labor of love of wife and husband filmmakers Myisa and Ali Graham, both Columbia City residents and southern transplants to the Emerald City.
Feb 23, 2017

Vietnamese veterans continue to feel war’s lasting impact

Many Vietnamese refugees from the war, especially veterans, are still alive today, and have interesting and powerful stories to be told.
Aug 30, 2016

Jackson’s Catfish Corner plans to reopen

Rumors of the restaurant's demise have been overblown, owner says.
Aug 9, 2016

You could shine at our Sept. 14 storytelling event

Have a South Seattle story to share about "finding home" or want to hear some? Learn more about our Sept. 14 storytelling event: bit.do/SouthEnd.
Jul 19, 2016

Accomplices versus allies

It's nice that white people and allies want to talk about race, but something in me thinks that we have the capacity to do better.
Jul 14, 2016

June 4: Local media present “Press for the People,” a grassroots workshop

Ready to sharpen your pitching and storytelling skills? The Seattle Globalist, Crosscut, South Seattle Emerald, International Examiner, Seattle Weekly, Seattle Channel, KCTS9, Brown Paper Tickets (Low-Power FM) and the Henry M. Jackson Foundation bring you a day of workshops aimed at just that for “Press for the People: A Grassroots Media Workshop.” On Saturday, June 4, from […]
May 17, 2016

Seattle MLK celebration a reminder to keep moving forward

Keynote speaker Marcus Green said while our nation has made progress because of King, in many ways, racism has become increasingly hidden yet pervasive.
Jan 18, 2016

King County moves forward with new youth jail amid protest

Deputies summoned as crowd of protesters object to the King County Council's go-ahead with a new youth jail.
Feb 10, 2015