‘White Fragility’ author Robin DiAngelo and Slate podcast host Jason Johnson discuss the massive cultural changes since the murder of George Floyd.
Founders of The 19th News speak about their experience as female journalists and what it’s like to lead a media initiative.
Heather McGee speaks how racism connects our most complex public problems, from repeated financial meltdowns to expanding income inequity.
Most attention goes to the committed anti-vaccine crowd but a quarter of those unvaccinated come from a more politically, racially diverse group.
As gun deaths rise, Seattle-area leaders hope peer pressure can break cycles of violence.
The Wearys say they never want a Black family to feel alone. The family business has been a target of racism in the predominantly white neighborhood.
Some advocates want the state redistricting commission to 'stop focusing on preserving incumbents’ and instead aim to keep communities of color together.
Many Washington state educators feel the hot-button term is being unduly conflated with teaching anything about race and racism.
Echo Glen School is still one of the worst performing schools in the state. We’re not doing enough to change that.
Business owners of color are reclaiming the Seattle-area's favorite beverage.
As the state looks to reform its juvenile justice system, special attention is being given to foster children.
While deaths and illnesses among agricultural workers mount, state regulators face pressure to do more to protect them.
The state has been in violation of a federal injunction numerous times in the 30 days since the agreement was signed.
Officials upped their response, but to really attack the problem we need to transform the conditions that lead to crime in the first place.
After intense community and stakeholder pressure, the hospital released the findings, collected after the resignation of Dr. Ben Danielson.