Woven Together—Helping Link’s 25th Anniversary Celebration
by Melanie Roberts and Tanya Dumas
Helping Link continues to provide weekly ESL, citizenship and computer classes as well as information and referral services.
Feb 11, 2019
“China Love” captures the wedding dreams of Chinese couples
by Zijun Cathy You
The film “China Love” explores the meaning behind the fantasy-making trend in China — the pre-wedding photoshoot.
Jan 14, 2019
“Voluntary colonialism” is the West’s anti-immigration strategy
by Ramona Wadi
Opinion: Is colonialism ever voluntary? Western countries propose “voluntary colonialism” amid anti-immigrant sentiment.
Jan 8, 2019
Community leads effort to keep Khmer families together
by Khmer Anti-deportation Advocacy Group of Washington
The removals of 36 Khmer-American community members have sent shock waves through the community. However, the tide is turning. Following this latest wave, an ad hoc group led by some of the family members of the WA7 has come together.
Dec 21, 2018
I had accolades, but I wasn’t filling my own cup
by Marcus Harrison Green
It was on a day not so far in the past, when I had hit my darkest point in life, ironically, at a moment when, career-wise, I couldn’t have flown higher.
Dec 19, 2018
Seeking change without the commodification of pain and suffering
by Frances Lee
Empathy is an incomplete theory of change that we must be willing to set aside. It is dangerous to try to strong arm it into every outreach strategy without examining its limits.
Dec 10, 2018
Being autistic, black and femme highlights the experience of living intersectionally
by ChrisTiana ObeySumner
Autism doesn’t occur in a vacuum, and neither do any aspects of our intersectionality.
Dec 7, 2018
Misconceptions about what it means for immigrants who get public services
by International Community Health Services
“There is a lot of misconception about what it means to get public services.” ICHS Foundation board member Lu Jiang talks about her experiences as a newly-arrived immigrant and how ICHS saved her life.
Nov 28, 2018
Changing names is just one cost of immigrant life in the U.S.
by Zijun Cathy You
Many choose to adopt American names to fit in, but immigrants often feel further pressure to change their entire lifestyles: what they eat, how they dress and how they speak.
Nov 20, 2018
Homeland Security Seeks Comments on Immigration Policy Changes
by Joseph Shoji Lachman
Asian Counseling and Referral Services encourages people to comment on proposed immigration policy changes.
Nov 16, 2018
Reflecting on a year after taking a plunge into The Deep End
by Reagan Jackson
Reagan Jackson and poet Anastacia Renee started The Deep End to create and amplify stories of hope in Seattle's communities of color.
Nov 7, 2018
Trump’s Birthright Citizenship threat brings up lies from history
by Devin Israel Cabanilla
President Donald Trump's threat to end Birthright Citizenship wouldn't be the first time that the U.S. has betrayed its promises to immigrants.
Nov 5, 2018
Guest Opinion: I-1631 starts to right historic environmental injustices
by Jill Mangaliman
Jill Mangaliman on I-1631: This initiative begins to address the needs of communities that have been most impacted by environmental damage.
Oct 23, 2018
What the Thai cave rescue taught one journalist about foreign reporting
by Taylor McAvoy
The dramatic rescue of 12 young Thai soccer players gave one reporter a glimpse of how international news coverage can affect important local stories.
Sep 18, 2018
Tahmina Talks Immigration: Student visa enforcement ramps up
by Tahmina Watson
Trump administration issued a memo earlier this month focusing enforcement on those who overstay or violate student visa rules.
Aug 28, 2018
Our role — and your role — in protecting the free press
by Globalist Staff
The Seattle Globalist has a mission to create media that elevates voices that often go unheard, because these voices are important to a healthy democracy and to our communities. We hope you join us in standing up in protecting the free press.
Aug 16, 2018
The greatest choice his parents ever made for him
by Ryan Phelan
"You go to a store, people try to talk to you, say, "Hey, uh, you can't touch that, you can't touch that." But you can only look at their facial expression, looking like, oh, they're screaming at me, what are they really saying?"
Jul 6, 2018
A 24-hour journey to the United States
by Bryan Nakata
Bishara Kharoufeh, 50, was born in Palestine during the 1967 war between the Arabs and the Israelis.
Jul 2, 2018
Four inmates sue after being kept from observing Ramadan
by John Stang
The lawsuit says the four were left off a list of more than 450 inmates statewide who received a meal plan specific to Ramadan and they were not allowed to save food to eat after sunset.
Jun 13, 2018