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One day after the tragedy in Charlottesville, Seattleites show up to shut down white supremacy.
The slam-poet-turned-playwright is set on getting queer right, which means letting go.
The Seattle activist is using a lifetime of experience to fight the forces of intolerance.
The city council candidate came to the political arena only after a lifetime in the church and the dojo.
Under his ownership, Baja Bistro gives the LGBTQ community a place to gather while providing the neighborhood with jobs and goodwill.
KEXP welcomed hundreds of mourners to listen to the work of the late, great Seattle-born musician together.
Speakers also demanded higher taxes on the rich.
Yesterday was International Women’s Day, and in Seattle more than a thousand people gathered at Westlake Plaza to hear speakers including Councilmember Kshama Sawant—who hosted… Continue reading
Whether it’s helping detained Muslims or teaching people about Islam, CAIR-WA is at the forefront of resisting Trump.
“This checkpoint’s closed.”
“The work does not end when you come back from North Dakota.”
“I feel like I don’t know America.”
“It’s still a cis-het-white guy club, but it doesn’t have to be that way.”
Video game fanatics from across the world flooded Seattle last week for The International. We asked them, “Why?”
“Oversight for all people is necessary. We’re offering healing for the community.”
Behind the scenes with Betty Wetter, who never misses a soda before bed.
In the wake of Orlando, gay men want to give blood. Yet in many cases they can’t, despite new rules by the FDA.