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Slight decrease in rate of new coronavirus cases, but residents must continue to hunker down.
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, it is important for us to be there for others in our communities.
As coronavirus has led to xenophobia and racism against Asians, we should all stop and think before acting on our biases.
Clarence Moriwaki shares how we can stand up for each other and not have history repeat itself.
Racism is still an issue in this country. How can we have constructive conversations to move forward and heal?
“Border Doors” features art by students who have visited the United States-Mexico border.
Local clergy from Eastside United Methodist Churches weigh in on the church’s future regarding LGBTQ+ inclusion.
Talk Time classes allow English language learners to practice their speaking and conversation skills.
The Neurodiversity Navigators program at Bellevue College offers various services to students who are on the autism spectrum.
It’s been a year since the Menchie’s incident and here is what the city of Kirkland has been working on since then.
What does it mean to share your culture with others?
The challenges of providing mental health services for communities of color.
What is it like to pursue a career in a language that is not your first?
Spending time in the outdoors has helped veteran Naomi Layco heal physically and mentally after serving in the U.S. Navy.
Eastside for All has launched to focus on race and social justice advocacy.
What do we not know about the history of the human race?
What does it mean to become a U.S. citizen?
“The Art of Alzheimer’s” features work by artists who have Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia.
The effects Trump’s words can have on us.
The 2020 Census is coming and that can greatly affect everything from government representation and federal funding.