Lessons from Seattle’s Black Panther Party newspaper
by Carolyn Bick
Event at Estelita's Library sparks conversations about The Black Panther Party and the group's newspaper, which was published between 1967 and 1980.
Nov 27, 2019
News & Politics
Hong Kong police legitimacy draining away as clashes escalateby The ConversationNov 20, 2019
The death of a student during a police clearance and a video of police shooting an unarmed protester has contributed to the public’s growing mistrust of the Hong Kong government.
Thirty years after the Berlin Wall came down, Germany is still working to meet east with westby The ConversationNov 10, 2019
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 and Social Justice: Bekah Marcumby Yijin KimNov 12, 2019
Bekah Marcum created the social media community Black Designers of Seattle in the hope of increasing diversity and inclusion in STEM industries.
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.