Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor comes to Seattle with a message for children
by Aliah Elaoud
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor answered questions submitted by attendees — and encouraged kids to step forward for a hug.
Sep 12, 2018
News & Politics
Buenos Aires renters pushed out by soaring rentsby Global Press News ServiceSep 19, 2018
Affordable housing is out of reach for many Buenos Aires renters, and experts and tenants’ groups are looking at ways to rectify the situation.
Arts & Culture
Mexican American and Chicana/o communities celebrated at Seattle Children’s Festivalby Northwest FolklifeSep 21, 2018
The Cultural Focus Committee has identified that the main focus of this program will be exploring offering a larger platform for youth to explore their heritage and visualize the future.
Knowledge of Mandarin Chinese opens doors for Zimbabwe’s young job seekersby Global Press News ServiceSep 10, 2018
Race & Ethnicity
Affirmative action supporters to launch campaign at MLK anniversary marchby Rahwa HailemariamAug 15, 2018
Local civil rights activists will gather signatures to re-establish affirmative action in Washington state at an event commemorating the historic march where Martin Luther King delivered his "I Have A Dream" speech.
Tahmina Talks Immigration: Student visa enforcement ramps upby Tahmina WatsonAug 28, 2018
Trump administration issued a memo earlier this month focusing enforcement on those who overstay or violate student visa rules.
Seattle preps for Census, says citizenship question could intimidate immigrantsby Rahwa HailemariamAug 9, 2018
The Department of Commerce, which runs the Census, announced plans to include a new question asking respondents about their citizenship status. Critics, including Seattle and King County officials, say that could suppress participation in communities of color.