Journalist Sarah Stuteville, co-founder of the SeattleGlobalist.com blog, explores the region's international connections.. You can contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find her on Twitter at @SeaStute.
Former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper is part of the nonprofit Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP).
Calling the war on drugs a failure, former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper says law enforcement in the U.S. could take a few lessons from other countries.
Global-health initiatives and LGBT rights don’t often intersect, but local activists would like to change that.
A visit to the Deep South finds that new immigration issues have revived old concerns about civil rights.
Seattle lawyer Damon Shadid plans to run for Seattle Municipal Court judge and tap into his Arab-American heritage. “For a long time, the Arab-American community has flown under the radar,” he says.
Valentine’s Day is also V-Day, started in 1998
with the mission to end violence against girls and women.
The Northwest Detention Center Roundtable makes its mission to assist and comfort immigrants and asylum seekers, those in federal custody and those who must stay in the area while their cases are pending.
About once a month, Aurelio Pino serves up authentic Chilean food to friends, and friends of friends.
There is a big demand for foster parents of refugee children in the Seattle area and one such parent says the role is rewarding, challenging and an honor. Plus, you don’t have to be “spectacular parents,” she says.
Films from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Finland in the “Nordic Lights Film Festival” feature a strong connection to life and culture in Seattle.
A growing number of Seattle’s young comics come from immigrant families and push the boundaries of our famous political correctness.
Seattle artist Morgan Dusatko’s “left:behind” is an interpretive tour of the former INS building near the Chinatown International District, offers visitors an emotional, often dark look at the history of a facility where thousands of immigrants were once detained.