Recent incidents in the region and a secession movement in Oregon show the Civil War era and its divisions still echo in the Northwest.
One of the most challenging moments of my life taught me resilience. We need that now more than ever.
Shalini Kantayya, director and producer of the film 'Coded Bias,' and data journalist Meredith Broussard give us insight into the widespread bias in biometric surveillance, artificial intelligence and data science technology.
She joins our newsroom with an aim to bring an equity lens to the beat, unpacking the promises of a U.S. education.
The state has until November to fix an ‘egregious problem’ affecting hundreds of Washington children.
Poor outcomes and disproportionate impacts on kids of color have propelled a once-fringe idea into the mainstream in Washington state.
Amid the pandemic, some had added responsibilities to juggle with classes — helping care for siblings, working to support themselves and their families.
The case, brought by five Black officers, exposes a troubling hallmark of campus life.
Three educators talk about how George Floyd’s murder and the BLM movement have inspired them to include more social justice education.
As Canada faces a reckoning over more deaths at Indigenous schools, an inquiry into similar U.S. sites may advance the search for Northwest kids who didn’t survive.
The search is on for solutions as child care costs top $14,500 a year for some Washington kids.
Taking B(l)ack Pride event organizers want to create a safe space for attendees and confront systemic racism by asking white allies to pay a voluntary cover charge.
Some parent groups are trying to find ways to redistribute both monetary donations and “sweat equity” between affluent and high-poverty schools.
The U.S. and Washington state are now formally celebrating June 19 to mark the end of slavery.
Former Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin and organizer Shaun Scott discuss the anti-racist movement and whether it will result in lasting change.
Seattle can be a lonely place, so Native doulas work to make their clients feel like family.