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The Courage Awards
Our second annual Courage Awards will take place October 23rd -- and we're looking for nominations!READ MORE
After 36 years as a firefighter and a police officer, Bruce Stedman thought he'd seen it all. After the mudslide, he realized he was very, very wrong.READ MORE
Courage isn't something we take for granted. That's why, for the second year in a row, we're recognizing Northwest individuals who have it in spades.READ MORE
The president of Ivar's has helped lead the company toward worker-friendly policies, and the city toward waterfront solutions.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A victim herself, Starcia overcame immense odds to advocate for kids in the juvenile justice system.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Through his bold reinvention of the Intiman Theatre, Russell has pushed the boundaries of Seattle's entire stage scene -- structurally and artistically.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
And the winners are . . .READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Courage has been a hallmark of Fallows’ distinguished career as a journalist.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The final listing of reader nominees for the Crosscut Courage awards.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
Separating the hyperbole from the real risk.READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
Don't be put off by those bigger, braver, souls out there.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
Crosscut's first annual "Courage Awards" will honor Northwest leaders from the worlds of business, culture and public service. Join us in celebrating - and nominating - the people among us who don't back down.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Crosscut will host the first annual Courage Awards October 31st, 2013, in recognition of local leaders in public service, business and culture who have shown particular courage, and we need your help! Send your nominations for the Courage Awards to CourageAwards@crosscut.com no later than July 30th, 2013. Be sure to include the nominee's full name and occupation and a one paragraph explanation of your nomination.Tweets about "#crosscutcourage"
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