The Seattle Globalist’s Uncertain Future
by Globalist Staff
Earlier this week, we made the very difficult decision to lay off The Seattle Globalist’s Executive Director. Here's what's next.
Dec 22, 2019
News & Politics
The Seattle Globalist reaching out to community to empower diverse voices through journalism educationby Travis Quezon
The Seattle Globalist is reaching out to the community to raise $10,000 by December 31 to support our journalism education programming in 2020.
Arts & Culture
Kiran Ahluwalia brings meshing of world music to Seattleby Kamna ShastriDec 4, 2019
Ahluwalia sees herself as a citizen of the world and loves to collaborate with musicians from other cultural traditions. It may be easy to call is fusion, but she prefers to characterize her music as a mix – modern Indian music serenaded by jazz and West African Blues. She will be playing this Sunday at The Triple Door.
Race & Ethnicity
Conversations on Tech & Social Justice: Ann Wright of echoX.orgby Marisol MoralesJan 6, 2020
The founder of echoX hopes it will give ethnic communities an alternative to the big tech platforms.
Conversations on Tech and Social Justice: Jorge L. Barónby Gloria Lusianti AngelinNov 21, 2019
The head of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project says advanced surveillance technology is enabling discrimination against immigrants of color.