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Award-winning journalist Jenna Hanchard “unmakes” herself with new podcast, “Lola’s Ink”

This article by Sharon H. Chang originally ran in the South Seattle Emerald on August 28, 2020. It is being reprinted with permission. “Here we are. I finally pressed record. For 10 years I’ve been...

COVID-19 Safety Not Stigma: A photo essay by Sharon H. Chang

Safety Not Stigma is a portrait campaign by Seattle-based photographer Sharon H. Chang to help combat increased racism against people of color during the pandemic, raise awareness about the disproportionate impacts of coronavirus on...

Documentary tells the extraordinary story of Seattle’s Kubota Garden

Note: This piece was originally published in The South Seattle Emerald and is republished with permission. The crowd was so huge at the premiere of Fujitaro Kubota and His Garden at Ark Lodge Cinemas in December that a second screening was...

Earwig Studio Benefit Brings Multiracial Artists Together In Resistance

“It’s about to get moody in here,” said Don Farwell, audio engineer and owner of Earwig Studio in Wallingford, just before flooding his studio’s live room with pink and blue fluorescents. His words could...

Column: GABRIELA Seattle Represents Women and Families of Color Contingent On Worker’s Day 2015

Sharon H. Chang writes about the need for a women and families contingent during Seattle's International Worker's Day 2015.