Social unrest, shattered glass and spilled blood have always been a part of the Seattle region's history
Resmaa Menakem and Robin DiAngelo discuss what those who gain advantage through systemic racism must do to end it.
The King County Labor Council once welcomed the Seattle Police Officers Guild. As protests continue, it’s reconsidering.
Showing up for Black art and Black lives.
A reader asks: How can I protest safely while the coronavirus is still a threat?
Political experts say the outside agitator trope has roots in the civil rights movement.
By pinning the destruction on white men, Durkan trivializes deep grievances and provides cover for police escalation.
It's time to admit we need fundamental change to uproot racism in the United States.
Alongside other communities of color, we worked to pass a law making it easier to prosecute violent police officers.
After peaceful demonstrations turn to chaos, Interstate 5 is shut down and the governor calls in the National Guard.
The killing of George Floyd presents yet another opportunity for white self-reckoning.
Investigative reporter Jerry Mitchell has deepened the public memory of the Civil Rights Era. His reporting offers important lessons for today.
Two UW psychologists break down why reporter Weijia Jiang’s response to the president was so effective, and how others can emulate it.
Platforms like GoFundMe are burdened by bias. During the pandemic, you can be more intentional with your giving.
As the pandemic emboldens bigotry, Monyee Chau tells her neighborhood: “We will survive this too.”
Escaping a racist Oregon law, a man named George Bush became one of Washington’s most important homesteaders.