Conversations on Tech and Social Justice: Jorge L. Barón

The head of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project says advanced surveillance technology is enabling discrimination against immigrants of color.
Nov 21, 2019

Thirty years after the Berlin Wall came down, Germany is still working to meet east with west

Since the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, the east and west parts of Germany have knitted themselves together. But differences linger, including a rise in increasingly brazen far-right extremist activity in the former East Germany.
Nov 10, 2019

8 things to know about Referendum 88

Twenty years after Washington voters abolished affirmative action, it has returned to the ballot box.
Oct 30, 2019

Seattle Reads selects “There, There” by Tommy Orange for 2020

Seattle Reads, Seattle Public Library's citywide book program, has selected "There, There" by Tommy Orange, the program's first book by an Indigenous author.

For 26 years, Helping Link volunteers have helped thousands of Vietnamese refugees, immigrants

To celebrate 26 years of serving community, Helping Link/Một Dấu Nố will be holding their gala on 26th October 2019 at Mercer Island Community Center.
Oct 25, 2019

The Seattle Globalist asks the Seattle City Council candidates

The Seattle Globalist asked the Seattle City Council candidates for their views on topics important to Seattle communities, including gentrification, policing and Seattle's "welcoming city" stance.
Oct 16, 2019

Artist’s immigration arrest fuels activism in Minneapolis music scene

The detention of John Bing III, who performs under the name Sota Smoov, has rallied the Minneapolis music community around immigration rights.
Oct 2, 2019

Local Kashmiri community protests Gates Foundation award to India PM Modi

Protesters say that the Gates Foundation's award to India Prime Minister Narendra Modi for sanitation ignores his government's treatment of Kashmiris, Muslims and other minorities.
Sep 25, 2019

Naomi Ishisaka: Stories have the power to change minds, lives, and our society

Naomi Ishisaka is being recognized as The Seattle Globalist’s 2019 Journalist of the Year for her commitment to underrepresented voices and empowering communities through her work.
Sep 20, 2019

Seattle/King County Clinic seeks volunteers to help provide care for 2020 medical clinic

The Seattle/King County Clinic has provided $17 million in services to 20,000 patients who came from over 260 unique zip codes and spoke more than 50 primary languages.
Sep 18, 2019

At age 5, helping mom and dad adjust to life in the U.S.

Arriving in the US at the ripe age of five, Sam was the first in his family to adapt to life in Seattle and he helped his parents and sister adjust.
Sep 12, 2019

Wa Na Wari gives home to Seattle’s Black culture and art

A house in the Central District has turned into Wa Na Wari, a new gallery and space centering Black artists and culture, and preserving the joy and vibrancy of the area's historic neighborhood.
Sep 4, 2019

Doctors Without Borders presents stories from the field at Seattle Center

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières will present "A Voice from the Field," a behind-the-scenes look at its fieldwork in challenging areas of the globe.

Claim forms open in Motel 6 $12M settlement for sharing guest lists with immigration

The claim forms are now open for people who stayed at one of seven Motel 6 locations in Washington, where staff had given immigration authorities access to guest lists, according to the state attorney general’s office.
Aug 29, 2019

Seattle rally against ICE calls out border camps, family separations

Hundreds rallied at the Seattle offices of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, calling out the border camps and separations of families seeking asylum.
Aug 3, 2019

Karla Brollier and Climate Justice Initiative are rewriting the script about communities facing climate change

The Climate Justice Initiative’s priority is to provide communities with the resources to lead with resilience and adapt to climate change while keeping their traditional values intact. 
Jul 31, 2019

“An American Superhero” explores the diverse origin stories of every day people

Vishavjit Singh, also known as Sikh Captain America, inspired the exhibit, which features dozens of people and their reflections on their identities and what they consider to be their superpowers.
Jul 30, 2019

Jose Robles detained by ICE after leaving sanctuary by Seattle church

After a year of living under sanctuary of Seattle's Gethsemane Lutheran Church, Jose Robles presented himself to immigration authorities and was detained.
Jul 17, 2019

Seattle groups urge census turnout despite citizenship question uncertainty

Seattle groups still hope people will participate in the 2020 census, despite the federal government's latest twists and turns in whether it will ask about citizenship.
Jul 4, 2019

Photos: Thousands celebrate Trans Pride 2019

Thousands came to the annual Trans Pride, which supports the Seattle-area trans and gender non-conforming community with a march, a rally and access to community resources.
Jul 1, 2019