Quin’Nita Cobbins-Modica, the historian now leading BlackPast.org, talks about this pivotal moment and the women who helped get us here.
As the pandemic emboldens bigotry, Monyee Chau tells her neighborhood: “We will survive this too.”
Disasters deepen inequality, but we can stop further displacement in the South End before it’s too late.
As the historic public housing development takes a new form, some residents return while others stay away.
A new program will give "legacy businesses" assistance (but not cash).
“They were prosecuting us the most for cannabis...now, they’re on the street corners in our neighborhoods, selling that stuff to us."
A first for Seattle, new Central District apartment building reserves units for residents who've been pushed out.
Community members share stories of rampant change and resilience.
The history and politics of making rent less damn high, in Seattle and beyond.
Mildred McHenry sought a refuge from the indignities of the South and found a life of adventure, challenges and influence in the Central District.
Cash poor and property rich, churches should consider developing what they're not using.
White people are returning to the same parts of Seattle past generations helped segregate. But we're not helpless in the fight against displacement.
Appetite for lifting statewide restrictions on rent control has been minimal at the state Capitol. But some think that could be changing.
Local PACs People for Seattle and Moms for Seattle are fueling a toxic politics and exploiting anxiety about a precarious economy and a confusing world.
Union organizer Alex Gallo-Brown heralds low-wage earners in his new book.
South Park is mired in air, noise and water pollution. This hasn't stopped the onslaught of gentrification.