Brooklyn is formerly an emerging journalist fellow at Crosscut. She is also the creator, host, producer and researcher for the history podcast We the (Black) People. Follow her on Twitter @WetheBlackPod.
Agriculture is a fraught industry for descendants of enslaved people. Yes Farm is working to move beyond that trauma.
The Central District location was a community hub until it closed in July. But a new scene is brewing with local businesses emphasizing coffee’s African origins.
Doc Wilson's Peace Peloton started in Seattle as a single protest ride in 2020. Now it fights for social justice nationwide.
Club Seattle Runners Division creates community for people of all paces and all faces.
The Out & Back host tells the story of how she rediscovered running in Harlem before she and her family moved to the PNW.
Local organizations with connections to the team are getting a fundraising boost from their postseason run.
If a proposal passes today, a workgroup of government agencies and local nonprofits could move to address underreporting as soon as November.
Conversations about arts venues in the neighborhood led to stories of creation, loss and preservation.
Black Arts Legacies podcast host Brooklyn Jamerson-Flowers explores the Central District as both a foundational art hub and the neighborhood she now calls home.
Though the Madrona theater closed in 1980, several artists trace their current work to its heyday.