The Crosscut Courage Award-winner is an unapologetic disrupter.
The Crosscut Courage Award-winning judge seeks justice for all.
An advocate for those facing homelessness offers simple ways to connect.
His traveling museum invites an understanding of African history.
Throughout her career Chernin, now the CEO of the Greater Seattle Business Association, has been an advocate for the underrepresented.
Crosscut Courage Award winner Bobbe Bridge has spent a lifetime advocating for youth.
Meet the six disrupters stepping up, speaking out and making a difference.
Former Washington Gov. Dan Evans helped purge the John Birch Society from the Republican party in the 1960s.
The persistent lack of diversity she encountered in countless tech jobs pushed Trish Millines Dziko to take matters into her own hands.
The former mayor and City Council member has done many things, but his lasting legacy may be paving Seattle's path toward universal preschool.
This community arts organization gets young people involved with social-justice themed art — and out of the juvenile and criminal justice systems.
Beto Yarce got his start selling jewelry at the Fremont Market. Now he helps low-income people start their own businesses.
Health care professionals said her best friend would die. Lauren Davis wasn’t buying it. A remarkable story ensued.
Each year, Crosscut honors a handful of locals who have shown extraordinary grit and leadership.
They have spoken truth to power, brought the arts and economic opportunity to communities that have been sorely lacking, fought to build housing for people who desperately need it and joined forces to...