A local writer reflects on fear, family and fatigue as the Trump administration prepares to mount deportation raids in cities across the country.
In Washington state, abolitionists have succeeded in shrinking the scope of state punishment and making prisons more humane. But their work is far from done.
During his 12 years as mayor of Renton, Denis Law helped build a politically inclusive city.
A new report by the Washington State Patrol documented 20 missing Indigenous women cases in Yakima County, the most in the state. A scholar and Yakama tribal member reflects on the dire situation.
On June 19th, 1865, a Union general arrived to Texas with news that slavery had ended. It was an announcement two and a half years too late, and one that today calls upon us all to remain vigilant.
The chapter president told South Seattle's DeAunté Damper, "You'll be making history." It's true.
The collection, one of the biggest in the country, will be on display in Seattle's first Tiny Cultural Space.
He also founded the city’s first daily newspaper.
The documentary, which will be screened during SIFF, carries unfortunate similarities to his 1999 book about the Seattle SuperSonics.
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.