If we really believed in racial and social justice in this city, we'd try to save the Life Enrichment Bookstore, or LEMS.
With more money and added pressure to get the census right, Mayor Jenny Durkan's task force says it will focus on immigrants and other vulnerable populations.
At some point the American dream became about owning things, and now young people are questioning its hypocrisy.
One of the city's last majority African-American fraternal organizations, Cascade Lodge No. 1416, fights for survival.
Mike Tagawa has spent 75 years at the intersection of Seattle civil-rights history.
Outdoor Asian founder Christopher Chalaka talks about diversity in the outdoors and what his organization is doing to help.
Last week, Burien was hit with anti-immigrant letters targeting the city's sanctuary policy.
A new edition of a heralded book offers an intimate look at prison life. Scholar Dan Berger talks about its significance today.
After losing its first Somali council member, the community reacts to the City Council's replacement.
Opponents of renaming King County questioned the civil rights hero's relevance and the cost of new logos.
Despite the turbulence of recent years, we can make the power of the people felt for good in Seattle and King County.
Through his G'ma Project, artist Che Sehyun is celebrating elders, ancestors and culture.
Guards with Securitas were looking for a White vandal. Instead, they targeted the Seattle woman.
This is the third consecutive year there has been a sharp increase in hate crime incidents, according to newly released FBI data.
Blue Scholars co-founder “Kuya Geo” on the push-pull of assimilation and heritage — and how it differs by immigrant generation.
Tribal members and environmental groups take the Carbon Fee fight to the steps of the Western States Petroleum Association in Lacey.