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Cecile Hansen and the Interminable Road to Justice for the Duwamish

by Judy Furlong

Cecile Hansen’s pursuit of justice for the Duwamish people began in 1974. She was a housewife in her early 30s, living in Tukwila and raising three daughters, when her younger brother, Manny Oliver, came by, mad as all get out.

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OPINION: Fascism, A Thanksgiving Tradition

by Bypolar

The theme of this year’s “Thanksgiving” is fascism, as many sit around their warmly lit dining room tables. Slicing into steaming turkey, enjoying the company of friends and family, and engaging with or escaping the reality of the fascist ideologies consuming the present narrative. Hiding from or facing the reality of  this ideological plague that’s spreading through this land — no, this world. Most dwelling on President Donald Trump’s apparent links to white nationalists and letting the conversation stop there if, if it even happens at all.

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This Weekend In South Seattle: #BlackLivesMatter, Battle of the Saxes, and The Duwamish Come Bearing Gifts

Events this weekend in the South Seattle area

Saturday, November 29th

Community: Catholic Worker Drop In Center Details: All are welcome for food, coffee, good conversation or just a dry, warm place to be-Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Where: The Collaboratory 5623 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98118   – More Info: http://www.hillmancitycollaboratory.com Continue reading This Weekend In South Seattle: #BlackLivesMatter, Battle of the Saxes, and The Duwamish Come Bearing Gifts