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This year’s freshman class is the most diverse in history. That’s to all our benefit.
Last week’s events should silence critics who argue BLM doesn’t have the political savvy to affect change.
A ballot measure led by the brother of a man killed by police is a sensible step toward addressing egregious uses of force.
When you drill down on it, blocking routine encampment evictions is the only sensible policy until enough shelter is provided for the homeless.
In a era of declining union influence, organized labor is making big strides in Seattle.
The Republican candidate could learn a lot from our city. Will he?
It’s time for the City Council to step back and do the hard work of selling the public on the pricey public project.
From tents to tenants.
It’s immoral, and just a bad idea.
City Hall’s anti-geographic rhetoric holds no water.
The police union’s inflammatory rhetoric toward police reforms has a corrosive effect on the public dialog. It needs to stop now.
Backers of the “Bathroom Bill” have till Friday to submit nearly 300,000 signatures. But there’s strong evidence Washington is not on board with their plan.
The city has taken positive steps to address gay bashing. But it’s on all of us to stop the hate.
Last year the LGBTQ community celebrated. This year it stands vigilant.
Even the patron saint of the modern Republican Party thought assault rifles should be banned.
Seattle is right to double-down gun-violence prevention, but there’s reason to doubt acoustic technology will further that mission.
In Seattle and elsewhere, Native Americans are facing real issues. All Donald Trump wants to talk about is Disney.
The city’s plan for clearing homeless encampments ignores the fundamental reasons people are there to begin with.
As long as state law bans state universities from hiring faculty and admitting students based on race, any efforts to improve campus diversity will be done with one hand tied behind the back.
You can make an argument for breaking windows to protest capitalism. But you can’t make one for throwing Molotov cocktails.