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What we do know is that he’s off to Iowa in June to deliver the keynote address at a party fundraiser.
As the Seattle Black Panther Party marks its 50th anniversary, its disruptive force lives on.
King County claims a new youth jail would improve public health. Experts in the field strongly disagree.
The Mariners boast the best cheering section in baseball, but there’s one major issue…
CPCs give pregnant women false information, and their advocates are defending this as free speech.
Tariffs on Canadian paper have surged costs with little benefit for U.S. mills.
There’s a common myth that the black community speaks of gun violence only when law enforcement is its perpetrator. That marches, protests, and ad hoc… Continue reading
How police protection of white bodies relates to the criminalization of black and brown youth.
A new local BLM chapter wants to restore the movement to its roots.
Searching for solutions to help an overlooked unsheltered population in Seattle.
Struggling with not being an oppressed oppressor in today’s America.
A greeting and mission statement from your new Seattle Weekly editor.
Our readers share their thoughts.
What the career of Tim Burgess can teach us about real reform.
As black activists burn out and move out, the number of white allies grows.
A corporate bedfellow pushes and pulls. Is it manipulation or investment? Does it matter?
The exchange program criticized by Jewish Voice for Peace “has led to the arrest of potentially dangerous terrorists and extremists before they could cause harm to U.S. civilians,” says regional director.
King County says protests had nothing to do with its new approach to juvenile detention. That’s hard to believe.
In this #MeToo moment, researchers at University of Washington are setting the example.
We must fight the notion that violent policies targeting some communities create “safety” for other communities.