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I volunteered to help immigrants on Inauguration Day. Here’s how it went

More than 800 volunteers helped King County immigrants get legal help on Inauguration Day. What was that like? Mason Bryan, a volunteer translator, explains.

/ January 24, 2017


‘This is the coronation of the worst, darkest side of America, and I cannot watch’

Ninety-two percent of people who voted in Seattle did not vote for our soon-to-be President Donald Trump, so emotions are understandably high around the city today. Here’s how some of you are feeling, in your own words.

/ January 20, 2017


‘I created my own suffering:’ A Seattleite reflects on the election of Donald Trump

Seattleite Jessica Eggert reflects on her reactions to the election of Donald Trump and how she plans to move forward into the next four years.

/ January 11, 2017


One year in the system explained by a Seattle-area foster mom

Caley Cook describes her experience of becoming a foster parent in Washington, and how she thinks the system needs to be fixed to support more foster parents and kids.

/ December 7, 2016