by Joshua Lee
(This article was originally published on the International Examiner and has been reprinted under an agreement.)
“Uncle Bob” Santos is a man needing no introduction.
One of Seattle’s renowned civil rights leaders, Santos spearheaded community development in the Chinatown-International District (CID) following the devastating construction of I-5 through the neighborhood.
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by Ronnie Estoque
The love that the Seattle community had for legendary civil-rights activist Robert “Uncle Bob” Santos was in full bloom Thursday evening for the virtual groundbreaking of a new affordable housing development named after him. An additional Zoom overflow room had to be created to accommodate all the many community members in attendance. The CID-based InterIm Community Development Association (CDA) in charge of the development produced a video shown during the event that discussed Uncle Bob’s contributions to the neighborhood and details about the building, which is set to begin its construction in the second week of March.
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