Michael Bennett and Macklemore gifting a copy of Teaching for Black Lives to Seattle language arts and social studies teachers
by Carolyn Bick
Former Seahawk Michael Bennett and rapper Macklemore felt strongly enough about the importance of education for Black students that they’re sending copies of Teaching For Black Lives to every every language arts and social studies teacher in middle and high schools in Seattle Public Schools. On Monday, co-editor Jesse Hagopian and his fellow co-editors will hold a discussion on the book and improving education for Black students. Less than a week prior, Hagopian announced the gift that Bennett and Macklemore are making to educators the community.
Continue reading Q&A: Jesse Hagopian on Teaching for Black Lives
by Marcus Harrison Green
Hundreds stood because one man sat.
Supporters of Seahawks Defensive End Michael Bennett rallied in front of Union Station before Sunday’s game against the 49ers, expressing solidarity with the athlete as he continues protesting against systemic racism and police brutality by sitting out the national anthem. Continue reading Supporters Stand for Sitting Bennett
by Jenny Frankl
What does getting your blood pressure taken, giving blood, getting a free flu shot, making veggie smoothies, picking up a few groceries, and taking a picture with your favorite Seahawks player all have in common? Continue reading Can Seahawk’s Cliff Avril Get Your Kid to Eat Their Vegetables?
by Sharayah Lane
Seattle Seahawk defensive end Michael Bennett joined several local organizers in bringing Seattle’s Black community together Saturday to showcase support for the family of Charleena Lyles, who was killed by Seattle police officers last month, and also celebrating financial empowerment at this year’s Power Summit: Building Black Wealth. Continue reading Seahawk Bennett, BLM Founder Band With Community to Celebrate Charleena Lyles, Black Empowerment