by Vee Hua 華婷婷
An initiative of their parent nonprofit, United Indians of All Tribe Foundation (UIATF), Daybreak Star Radio was founded in 2021 to “Indigenize the Airwaves.” It showcases a curated selection of talk programs and local, national, and global Indigenous music, available to stream via their website or a phone app.
Continue reading Daybreak Star Radio Sets Out to ‘Indigenize the Airwaves’ and Host Indigenous Concerts
by Ben Adlin
As 2020 draws to a close, Seattle officials are deploying leftover City funds to make child care free for qualifying families through the end of the year, a move meant to save struggling households hundreds of dollars and encourage new families to enroll.
The assistance, announced last month by the mayor’s office, has already eliminated November and December payments for hundreds of families with children currently enrolled in child care. But money and space are still available, and participating agencies want parents to know there’s still an opportunity to sign up.
Continue reading Seattle Offers Free Child Care to Qualifying Families Through End of 2020
by Carolyn Bick
Despite its large, open space, Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center was almost overflowing Monday evening, many generations of Indigenous people packing the center for the fifth annual Indigenous People’s Day celebration.
Continue reading Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration Honors Womxn, Remembers Those Missing and Murdered