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More to come with Little Saigon Creative community space

Friends of Little Saigon, a local Seattle organization with a mission to preserve and enhance Little Saigon’s cultural, economic and historic vitality, recently opened an important new feature in Chinatown’s Little Saigon district: a...

College students create Telehealth Access for Seniors to help older Seattle residents access critical...

Healthcare has changed dramatically since COVID-19 first hit Washington state in January. Local clinics have had to find new ways to protect their patients from the virus, while still providing care. In-person healthcare is...

UW’s first Filipino department chair Rick Bonus says schools must do more for minority...

Rick Bonus, a UW professor, avid swimmer and self-proclaimed bookworm, broke ground on July 1st by becoming the first Filipino American to be appointed department chair at the University of Washington. Bonus oversees the...

Washington’s Pacific Islanders hit hardest by COVID-19

Joseph Seia, executive director of the Pacific Islander Community Association of Washington (PICAWA), offers a sobering view of the impact of the pandemic on the state’s Pacific Islander community, “We go to so many...