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Remembering Estrella Reyna Mangaliman

On Monday, March 2nd, 2020, Estrella Reyna Mangaliman - a widow, loving mother of four children, proud lola of three beloved grandchildren, caring sister and sister-in-law, and auntie - passed away in her home...

Filipino Revolutionaries: In honor of Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo

According to Google, to be revolutionary is: “involving or causing a complete or dramatic change.” The first time I learned about Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo, I was attending the Filipino Revolutionary History Tour led...

Column: Rice Not Bullets—Remembering the victims of the Kadapawan massacre

On the morning of April 1st, 2016, police in Kadapawan City, North Cotabato, Philippines broke the protesters’ line which included 6,000 farmers, and hit them with truncheons and batons, water from firetrucks and bullets...

Opinion: Washington State Climate Policy (and beyond)

We can do all these things to create healthy communities everywhere for everyone. We just need to re-imagine different ways of doing things and take the lead from those who live and experience environmental racism every day.

Opinion: Climate Justice is stopping deportations

Mangaliman calls attention to the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma, Wash. as an activist during a recent protest organized by the Northwest Detention Resistance Coalition.

Commentary: Why gender and climate justice are inextricable

Activists block deportation buses

Targeted Local Hire: Seattle Community needs living wage green jobs

City must pass a Targeted Local Hire ordinance

Strength and Struggle in the Homeland: In Light of Typhoon Maring, One Advocate Remembers...

I met Barbie Rergio on a scorching July day at her home in Payatas, one of the poorest areas in metropolitan Manila. She takes care of her baby niece while her sister is at...

Op-Ed: Seattle Should Adopt Targeted Local Hire, a Green Solution for Job Inequity

Rainier Valley is a constantly changing landscape with new developments being built all along the light rail. It’s also home to more people of color than any other Seattle neighborhood (70 percent overall). And...