Marcus Harrison Green is the founder of the South Seattle Emerald and a former reporter with The Seattle Times.
After years of despair brought on by Black death, the Othello Park march helped me find the strength to choose something else.
Platforms like GoFundMe are burdened by bias. During the pandemic, you can be more intentional with your giving.
Disasters deepen inequality, but we can stop further displacement in the South End before it’s too late.
When it comes to life without parole sentences, the state is a global outlier.
A troubled childhood was the precursor to a life of crime. It could have been different.
The Seattle Globalist recently announced it's out of money. One of the writers who got his start there has a suggestion for how to better support journalists of color.
They have confronted racism and other indignities on their path to office. For some, a working class background has made it even more complicated.