African American, Black
We create street-level content for black and urban audiences.
Mucho Gusto es un porgrama de Radio & Podcast que ocurre todos los domingos a través de múltiples plataformas:
- 99.3 FM (La GranD) a las 2:00 PM
- 1360 AM (El Rey) a las 4:00 PM
- Podcast (Anchor FM): https://anchor.fm/entre-hermanos
Seattle's only cookbook shop, featuring US & imported titles as well as author talks, demonstrations and cooking classes.
The Asian American Writers' Workshop (AAWW) is a national literary nonprofit dedicated to publishing, incubating, and amplifying work by Asian and Asian diasporic writers and artists. Since our founding in 1991, we have provided a countercultural literary space that operates at the intersections of migration, race, and social justice. At a time when migrants, women, people of color, Muslims, and LGBTQ people are specifically targeted, we offer a new countercultural community space in which to imagine a more just future.
We create experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films.
Since its founding in 1922, Foreign Affairs has been the leading forum for serious discussion of American foreign policy and global affairs. It is now a multiplatform media organization with a print magazine, a website, a mobile site, various apps and social media feeds, an event business, and more. Foreign Affairs is published by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), a non-profit and nonpartisan membership organization dedicated to improving the understanding of U.S. foreign policy and international affairs through the free exchange of ideas.
African, African American, Black
One stop shop for businesses, events and experiences related to Black community and African diaspora in Seattle metro.
The Social Justice Film Festival & Institute showcases brave and creative films on social issues that shape our humanity.
The Washington Talking Book & Braille Library (WTBBL) is a program of the Washington State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State. Located in Seattle, WTBBL provides library services state-wide, at the library and by mail, to any Washington resident unable to read standard print material due to blindness, visual impairment, deaf-blindness, physical disability (cannot hold a book or turn pages), or reading disability.
We provide access to films by, for, and about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) people and their families, and a forum for LGBTQ+ filmmakers to share and discuss their work with audiences. We curate themed screenings throughout the year and produce programs in partnership with other arts, cultural, and service delivery organizations in the Greater Seattle area.
Inaugurated in 2012 by the TACAWA Film Committee, Seattle Turkish Film Festival has become one of the most admired and venerated events of the Turkish American Cultural Association of Washington. The film festival is a non-profit, volunteer-driven event, committed to bringing the best of Turkish films to Seattle in an effort to provide an international platform for talented filmmakers working in both short and feature length formats to showcase their work.
Teaching kids to code and build robots through an intersection of anti-racist and anti-sexist curriculum.
Jack Straw Cultural Center is the Northwest's only non-profit multidisciplinary audio arts center. A community-based resource since 1962, we provide a production facility that is unlike any other in the region for local artists who work creatively with sound.
For All, Multicultural
A pioneering portal that crosses barriers and connects cultures by consolidating and amplifying cross-generational, ethnic community voices.
Amplifying the Authentic Narratives of South Seattle. Nonprofit community-centered media by and for the people.
Seedcast is a story centered podcast, produced by Nia Tero, where we dig up, nurture, and root stories of the Indigenous experience from around the world.
Latinx, Portugese, Spanish
Seattle Latino Film Festival is a nonprofit organization that discovers and presents independent films, documentaries and short films from Ibero & Latin-American countries.
Pacific 'Ohana Foundation helps perpetuate, preserve, and protect the rich culture of the Pacific Basin communities and the relationships among them. We honor people’s cultural values to make this a better world for all.
We envision an informed and just society where honest stories of lived experiences are heard loud and clear. And through this we strive to empower, transform, inspire, heal, and entertain the community. Our mission is to always go one step further to inspire social change in the changing times.