News and Features
From Real Change – Wa Na Wari, located in Seattle’s Central District, is creating a sustainable community ecosystem for Black culture and residents to thrive and combat displacement.
From The North American Post – artist Michelle Kumata documents her family’s history through the “Japanese-Brazilian Diaspora Project”.
From Northwest Asian Weekly – Vietnamese author Quế Mai Phan Nguyễn and Seattle restaurant owner Uyên Nguyễn team up in an effort to nourish Seattle healthcare workers.
From NPR – Jewish cantors from around the country come together on Zoom to bring melody and festivity to the Jewish community during Hanukkah.
From Voices Staff – For Thanksgiving, EchoX staff and board members have curated a Storymap discussing both contemporary and historical issues Indigenous communities have faced in the past and continue to face today. Click here to explore.
From Voices Staff – Kamna Shastri reflects on Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, and how the festival has changed as she has grown up in the Pacific Northwest.