News and Features
September 30 is the National Day of Remembrance for U.S. Indian Boarding Schools. Last summer, mass graves were discovered in Canadian residential schools, sparking outrage across non-Indigenous communities as the world found out what our Indigenous communities already knew. But...
From The North American Post (by Elaine Ikoma Ko) – An interview with Jan Johnson, owner and operator of the historic Panama Hotel and Tea House.
From Northwest Asian Weekly (by Rizanino “Riz” Reyes) – As demand increases for tropical Asian fruits and vegetables, local Northwest farmers are filling the niche.
From South Seattle Emerald (by Amanda Ong) – While local artists have reclaimed the CID’s former detainment and deportation facility, the building’s potential sale means the space’s future is uncertain.
From South Seattle Emerald (by Ronnie Estoque) – After years of planning, the Ethiopian Community in Seattle is constructing affordable housing for seniors in Rainier Beach.
From The Seattle Times (by Tan Vinh) – New in the Central District, 23rd Ave Brewery and Métier Brewing Co. are increasing the representation of people of color in craft brewing.
Women-led group aims to increase food sovereignty, organic produce access among South Seattle Latinos
From The Seattle Times (by Daisy Zavala Magaña) – In the fight for food justice, community food project Salsa de la Vida works to provide Latino families more access to organic produce.