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After a long struggle, Seattle may be the first city to offer permanent places of remembrance for its deceased homeless citizens. What public memorials tell us about art, activism and how we deal with death.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Unaffordable rents, says a new national report, keep many Americans homeless. Some who are living in their cars at a rest stop off a major highway attest to the challenges.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A coalition of local and global health groups have banded together to bring the lessons they've learned in developing countries to south King County, where the health index is as bad as Nairobi.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The departing governor won't be here for the decisions on state finances, but she's left a document that points to her areas of concern.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
What about deep reforms, such as less subsidy of red states by blue ones, and retargeting poverty programs to the poor?READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
Washington state is looking for numbers to get a handle on the widely varied needs around the state.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Some 1,500 people will have a chance to receive help from a variety of resources at once. It's something on the cold nights when volunteers try to count those without shelter.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
We who graduated right when the world stopped hiring suspect the trajectory of our lives won't be a dramatic arc.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
Think "if not for the grace of God go I" when looking at people on welfare. And those poor still contribute to the common good, sometimes more generously than most of us.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
Crosscut's guide to a culturally enriching weekend. Or at least some fun.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
When a formerly homeless young mother starts working at a youth shelter she once visited, her ability to connect with the clients becomes a liability rather than an asset.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
An architect of the new plan, before the city council for final approval next week, describes how an inclusive process welded together many aspirations for low-income housing.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
The City Council is about to review a controversial proposal for extensive redevelopment of this low-income village. The figures don't add up, and too many poor people will be displaced.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
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