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A South End Guide to Thriving in the Pandemic

by Emerald Staff


With myriad sources relaying the latest happenings, the pandemic is a whirlwind event for folx to keep up with — while simultaneously staying healthy. That’s why we created this living guide, to provide a trusted aggregate resource for South Seattle.


5/26/20 — SEA/KING CO. COVID-19 UPDATES:

No library card? No problem. Every Seattle Public School Student Now Has Access …

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COVID-19 in Native Communities: Recalling Past Trauma and Present Hope

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OPINION: Necromancers’ construction of present society

by Villainus

I want to talk about one understanding of sorcery to address our world’s situation. When I say sorcery, I mean it as early science, so as not to be confused with mysticism. For example, alchemy is not just turning lead to gold (though we are now very close to that), it also was involved with water purification — more chemistry than mysticism. Or pharmacia, which again was once considered sorcery but was just the science of medicines and herbs.

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