The Seattle Globalist’s GiveBig Variety Show on May 6th brought together some of the best talent in our community. If you missed it, catch all the highlights below from travel tips to Ethiopian cooking to DNA experiments.
Learn more about Rita’s tour company Caravan-Serai here.
Seattle Globalist Apprentice Aida Solomon shares her favorite family recipe. Being Ethiopian-American she is passionate to change the negative image of Ethiopia seen in the media. Check out her reporting here.
Mónica Feliú-Mójer is an outreach scientist and science writer for The Seattle Globalist Get the full instructions and steps from Mónica’s experiment here.
Aisha has performed at Bumbershoot, the Arab-American Comedy Festival and co-produces the Comedy Womb.
Seattle-based comedian Yogi Paliwal has performed around the country at comedy clubs, theaters and festivals including the San Francisco and Seattle Sketch Fest, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival and at the NBC Standup for diversity Showcase in Seattle.
Reagan is a Globalist columnist, artist, activist, and international educator. She has published three collections of poetry (God, Hair, Love and America, Love and Guatemala, and Summoning Unicorns) and a children’s book (Coco LaSwish: A Fish from a Different Rainbow).
dåko’ta descends from the Ilokano and Taotao Håya Chamorro peoples, born and raised in illegally occupied Duwamish & Cosalish territories. They sail on the ARK with an EDUtainment network of ARKiologists uncovering documenting, and envisioning the routes to their roots.