Attending to our mental well-being was a struggle during better times. Now we really need more support.
Whether our present predicament will last months or years sidesteps important questions about capitalism.
At demonstrations here and across America, police and protesters face two fundamentally unequal fears.
As COVID-19 cases increase in these communities, a writer reflects on the lives behind the statistics.
I've been trying to answer a question all our bodies are asking: COVID or NOVID?
The pandemic wrecked the economy. The protests shook the city's soul. Now Mayor Durkan is staring down a dire future.
In the state with the most regressive tax system in the country, the Seattle City Council is weighing options for taxing large corporations.
It's time to think beyond equal protections at work and demand something better than assimilation.
It’s not just statues. Slaveholders and Southern sympathizers can be found all over our state map.
Historical efforts to reform the city’s police department and rid it of racism have all failed. Now is the time to change the narrative.
Amid calls for her resignation, Jenny Durkan can take cold comfort in the fact that she’s not the first to struggle in the job.
The Democratic candidate for the presidency makes assumptions about me and other voters of color at his own peril.
Less military gear, fewer officers, community investment. It all should be on the table.
The grassroots reckoning with past wrongs in Seattle and across the nation could be the precursor to real change.
We need more intentional policing, better discipline, a state investigatory agency and training that acknowledges the nuance of these times.
Inequities in our society have been laid bare by the pandemic. Bold action is required.