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UW Students Create ‘Nourish’ to Document Local Organizers’ Histories Through Family Recipes

by Ronnie Estoque


University of Washington (UW) students Josh Williams, Cassidy McGee, Alyssa Kearns, Sandra Li, and Dionica Sy were placed in a project group for their two-quarter Foster School of Business course called “Creating a Company Class,” which began last September. After witnessing a 2020 packed with various social movements sustained by community organizations, they chose to create a book called Nourish, a collection of short stories, photos, and recipes from 10 local Seattle organizers.

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Filipino Americans Protest Anti-Terror Bill in the Philippines

by Ronnie Estoque


On July 11, local Filipino American activists from BAYAN Seattle led a protest outside of Seafood City in Tukwila to protest the recent anti-terrorism bill signed into law by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte earlier this month. Critics are concerned that the broad and vague nature of the bill will allow the Philippine government to crack down on those showing expressions of dissent or criticism against the state.

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