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Resistance, Resilience, & Reclamation: New Guma’ Gela’ exhibit tells the story of CHamoru people

This piece originally appeared in the South Seattle Emerald, republished here with permission. A new exhibit is on display at the Wing Luke Museum — Guma’ Gela’: Part Land, Part Sea, All Ancestry. Guma’ Gela’,...

Decolonizing food with the new indigenous ʔálʔal Cafe

Located in the heart of Seattle’s Pioneer Square, Chief Seattle Club’s ʔálʔal Cafe made its grand opening on November 29. The cafe’s name is pronounced “all-all” and is derived from the Lushootseed word for...

Seattle artist Stevie Shao: A reclaiming through storytelling and mysticism

When COVID-19 forced many Seattle businesses to close, store owners sought to fill their windows with art instead of blank wood. Suddenly, there was a call for muralists to tell their stories. One of these muralists...

Thanh-Nga “Tanya” Nguyễn of ChuMinh Tofu and the “Eggrolls” serve a free, hot meal...

Last January (2021), the International Examiner reported on the Vietnamese vegan restaurant ChuMinh Tofu and the origin of its mutual aid group “the Eggrolls.” Today, restaurant owner Thanh-Nga “Tanya” Nguyễn continues to lead the Eggrolls...