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Aaron Dixon. Photo by Susan Fried

The Black Panthers’ Revolution Never Ends

As the Seattle Black Panther Party marks its 50th anniversary, its disruptive force lives on.

 

Students gathered at Seattle Center at the end of the March for Our Lives demonstration on March 24, 2018. Photo by Melissa Hellmann

Students Against Gun Violence Speak Out at March for Our Lives

Thousands of demonstrators gathered together in Seattle on Saturday to demand safer schools.

 

Suburban and Rural Students Join the Call for Gun Control

What the National School Walkout looked like outside of Seattle.

 

Garfield High School students stand in silence to protest gun violence. Photo by Melissa Hellmann

Seattle Students Take Part in the National School Walkout

Garfield High School students pay tribute to the Parkland victims by rallying for gun control.

Garfield High School students stand in silence to protest gun violence. Photo by Melissa Hellmann
Erica Sklar (center) and fellow protestors demonstrating in solidarity with No New Youth Jail Campaign on March 12. and Photo by DJ Martinez

Protesting While White in Seattle

How police protection of white bodies relates to the criminalization of black and brown youth.

Erica Sklar (center) and fellow protestors demonstrating in solidarity with No New Youth Jail Campaign on March 12. and Photo by DJ Martinez

Freedom, Hate, and a Campus Divided

Last weekend’s Patriot Prayer event cast doubts on claims of openness by UW College Republicans.

One Year Later, Some Anti-Trump Seattleites Still Mad Enough to Hit the Streets

There were a couple hundred and not thousands this time. But attendees consider this the beginning.

What Becomes of Animal Rights Activists After the Action Is Over?

Peter Young and Justin Samuel helped launch a new era in the fight against fur. Then they went their separate ways.