Local commemorations disprove the myth that the Pacific Northwest was untouched by the Civil War.
At demonstrations here and across America, police and protesters face two fundamentally unequal fears.
Seattleites reflect on freedom, resistance and joy to honor the day liberation from slavery finally arrived, over two years after Emancipation.
Coronavirus can’t stop the world from turning.
Washington Republicans have run serious gubernatorial races in the past, but that era is over.
Quin’Nita Cobbins-Modica, the historian now leading BlackPast.org, talks about this pivotal moment and the women who helped get us here.
Could the East Precinct follow in the footsteps of Daybreak Star, El Centro de la Raza and Northwest African American Museum?
Today's decision in favor of LGBTQ employment protections confirms that being pro-LGBTQ is the American way.
Like many white Americans, I grew up unencumbered by the punitive presence of law enforcement. Black Americans deserve this, too.
Local leaders call the current demonstrations a new era for civil rights.