Although it sometimes solicits unwanted scrutiny, I wear my crown in the outdoors with pride.
How pop culture imagery and 'Can I touch your hair?' affect identity
Nina Simone: Four Women isn’t so much a play as a rhetorical conversation about Black womanhood.
Cultural differences, language barriers and a lack of social support can lead refugees and immigrants to feel isolated. The Tacoma Refugee Choir is helping them feel a sense of belonging.
To heal division in this country, we must accurately diagnose American violence.
Through her work at UW's Stereotypes, Identity and Belonging Lab, Sapna Cheryan breaks down stereotypes about tech employees and Asian Americans.
People of color were more likely to be frisked, but white people who were searched were more likely to be found with a weapon.
The 40-year-old annual tradition unites teens and decidedly older adults.
Conservatives are quick to rally against Initiative 1000's attempt to offer opportunities to communities that have been denied equal treatment in the past.
The department's initial response to the vandalism, which depicted a lynching, did not sit well with Sheila Edwards Lange.
The All My Relations podcast examines how Native peoples walk through the world.
Seattle artist Jake Prendez opens Nepantla gallery in White Center.
"The mantle of 'model minority' has felt more like an albatross to many of us.''
It's been 40 years since Seattle schools first tried — and failed — to integrate. Today, data suggest segregation persists across the district
A radical act of creating an arts space in a gentrified Seattle neighborhood.
A proposal currently before the school board relies on a new idea to close the opportunity gap for all marginalized students. Not everyone is on board.