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Chinatown-International District and Seattle-area Asian communities have felt the effects of COVID-19 since January, and the IE is working to cover our stories, updates, experiences, activism and how we care for one another.
The International Examiner has served the API community for the past 47 years. It is the only media that reflects the voices of the Asian Pacific Islander community in Washington State. It has provided space for the community to celebrate success , share challenges, and advocate for changes required with a deep perspective on social justice and equity. The IE is community based, community driven media which has elevated the voice of the API community in our quest for equity and justice.
Pradeepta UpadhyayExecutive Director, InterIm CDA
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We’ve put this recent coverage into one special issue; one extra large issue. THE BIG ISSUE. Since we couldn’t print and circulate as we normally do in April and May (and we’ll wait and see what happens in June), we printed a very limited run of THE BIG ISSUE and have sent it to subscribers, and we want to share it with you, too. Please support the International Examiner and nearly 50 years of community-based API news made free and accessible to everyone. With a $100 donation or higher*, we will mail this extra large issue to you, and you will have helped keep the IE and all that we stand for going during a very hard time.
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*To those who supported us at $100 or higher March – May, we will mail you the issue.
For your support:
You will receive:
✨ Our Limited Edition BIG Issue (only 500 copies available)
✨ Postcard Pack of Iconic Covers
✨ Exclusive access to the book release party for Ron Chew’s highly anticipated memoir, My Unforgotten Seattle, to be released in the fall of 2020.
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