As a Japanese child interned with his family at a concentration camp in Idaho in 1942, lifetime activist and Seattle icon Yosh Nakagawa discovered the solidarity and unity that baseball and team sports brought to him and his community there, a relationship which... Read more...
The Church Council of Greater Seattle invites you to join incelebrating 100 years together as people and communities grounded in faith, working for justice. The theme for this year is “The Together Difference”,acknowledging and affirming the deep values and... Read more...
Uncover the history of redlining and its impacts through individual stories. Beginning with the exclusion of Native people from Seattle, follow the ongoing confluence of interconnected financial, environmental, physical factors that have plagued people of[...]
Warren Pope: Blood Lines, Time Lines, Red Lines is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining and displacement. Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. With a minimalist style, Pope[...]
This “Leaves of Remembrance” dedication and reception is during the 10 a.m. Mary’s Place Saturday Service. Story-sharing over lunch to follow! These beloved community members will have leaves placed: Taylor Vreeland; Rose Foster; Arnette Adams;[...]
Recovery Cafe is a new leaves dedication site, inheriting nineteen leaves from the now-closed Dutch Shisler Sobering Center*, along with new Leaves for Sol Smith and Farhan Karshe. * William “Bill” Burns; Terri Bigelow; Suzanne[...]
Human service providers raise up issues important to us, the communities we serve, and all who strive toward a just and thriving community. The forum includes the two candidates for each race in the City[...]