by Glenn Nelson
If you are BIPOC in America, it’s difficult to celebrate the 2020 elections too robustly. A fist bump, for sure, for Kamala Harris — and a middle finger for Donald Trump. But there surely must be more.
Continue reading Biden and Harris Have Won, But the Struggle for Justice, Equity, and Change Still a Huge Climb
by Elizabeth Turnbull
Mirroring rallies across the nation, various groups marched throughout Seattle on Wednesday night, demanding a fair count of ballots while also maintaining a strong focus on the continued fight against police brutality and systemic racism. This was the second night of demonstrations across the city in the wake of an undecided election.
Continue reading As Seattleites Rally to Support Ballot Counting and Racial Justice, One Protester In Serious Condition
by Emerald Staff
In a stunning snafu, the results of the Iowa’s Democratic caucuses are still not known as of this morning. On Monday night and well into the midnight hour, TV news panelists were poised to analyze the results but could only talk about the process. Americans went to bed not knowing any of the results. And, they woke up this morning to more of the same. Continue reading Editorial: NO IOWA RESULTS & WASHINGTON BECOMES MORE IMPORTANT