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NEWS GLEAMS: Youth Opportunities in Blogging & Maritime, Zoning Survey for RBHS

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A round-up of news and announcements we don’t want to get lost in the fast-churning news cycle!


Photo advertising the Latinos in Tech's Youth Inspired Blogger Bootcamp with white text on a red background that reads, "Do you want to be a blogger? For Instagram! @LatinosInTechWA Network with professionals, learn how to blog, and get compensation for your work."
Flyer advertising the Youth Inspired Blogger Bootcamp for Latinos in Tech.

Latinos in Tech Seeking Youth Bloggers!

Latinos in Tech, an initiative by the Latino Community Fund that provides networking opportunities for Latino professionals and students in the technology industry, is seeking high schoolers interested in learning how to blog for their Youth Inspired Blogger Bootcamp!

From Latinos in Tech: “This project aims to share the stories of Latinx & BIPOC folks in STEM in order to make these fields more accessible to our community. This will be an opportunity for youth to network with professionals and gain experience writing for publication.”

The deadline to apply is Oct. 6 at 11:59 p.m. This is a paid position.

To apply for the Youth Inspired Blogger Bootcamp, complete the online form. For more information about the program, contact jlira@latinocommunityfund.org.

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City Council Forum Addresses Displacement and Exclusionary Zoning

by Andrew Engelson


Seattle City Councilmembers Tammy Morales and Teresa Mosqueda sponsored an online forum on July 22 to explore issues surrounding displacement and exclusionary zoning that could fundamentally change the way Seattle grows in coming decades.

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OPINION: So-Called Affordable Housing is Still Out of Reach for Many Seattleites

by Tyler Adamson

Considering the Seattle City Council’s recent conversations on zoning laws, it’s particularly pertinent to dig a little deeper into the topic, especially as it applies to accessibility and the racist and segregatory intent which these laws were originally designed. However, the notion that zoning laws are at the root cause of our disparate housing system is simply short-sighted.

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