Unweaving the Tapestry of Identity: A Tibetan-American on “Being Yourself”

From DIGITIZE (by Zenden) – Everyone knows the extremely popular, cliché phrase; from being on a pillow at Target to something your loved ones advise you with: “Be yourself.”

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Voices of Latin America: An Indigenous PhD Student’s Perspective with ISLA

From DIGITIZE (by Elizabeth) – Navigating academia as an Indigenous PhD student at the University of Washington has been a testament to resilience, determination, and the transformative power of community.

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A Re-memory of Central Asia’s Soviet Apartments: Exploring the Legacies of Colonial City Landscapes

From DIGITIZE (by Fotima) – Rememory and restoring lost stories, traditions, and practices, and challenging the past and present outcomes of coloniality is an act of survival in the face of violence that erasure poses.

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Somali Girls Club is Just Getting Started

From DIGITIZE (by Jehan) – Somali Girls Club aims to connect Somali girls in the greater Seattle area through community events and socials. 

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On the Fence Line: Juneteenth reminds us that state prisons suppress solidarity

From International Examiner (by Felix Sitthivong) – Despite the restrictions of the prison system, community groups are still fighting for incarcerated individuals to have access to cultural events that represent them.

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Applications Now Open – Fourth Annual “How to Look Cool Online” Web Development Workshop

This summer will mark our fourth annual summer web development workshop “How to Look Cool Online”, a workshop to help students with little or no coding experience overcome fears of coding to create their own online platforms for self-expression!

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Portland Exhibit By Hopi Artist Provokes Healing Through Remembering

From Underscore (by Nika Bartoo-Smith) – Mikaela Shafer’s dreamlike exhibit, “Matrilineal Memory”, is on display at Portland’s Center for Native Arts and Cultures on May 31 and June 6.

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It’s Our Time: ‘Bring Them Home / Aiskótáhkapiyaaya’ Comes to SIFF

From South Seattle Emerald (by Michelle Hurtubise) – Indigenous filmmakers Ivy and Ivan MacDonald and Daniel Glick’s award-winning documentary ‘Bring Them Home / Aiskótáhkapiyaaya’ played in May at the 50th Seattle International Film Festival!

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Getting Blessed in the Rain for the 21st Annual White Center Cambodian New Year Festival

From South Seattle Emerald (by Jenn Ngeth) – April 27th marked the 21st celebration of the White Center Cambodian New Year Festival. Check out the event in photos!

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