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We Don’t Talk About Black Women Enough: A Speech by Sophia Tekola

The abandoned Seattle Police Department East Precinct on Capitol Hill, defaced as the

Jacob Dickson, Assistant Editor

June 15, 2020

In front of a crowd of hundreds gathered around a stage in front of the abandoned Seattle East Police Precinct on Capitol Hill, several black women activists and leaders spoke out on a range of topics for three hours on the afternoon of Saturday, Jun. 13.  Sophia Tekola, the Seattle Central College B...

An Observation of Seattle’s Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone

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Amy Gilbert McGrath, Assistant Editor

June 15, 2020

The people occupying the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) in Seattle are prepared to stay for a while and have begun creating their own community co-op program. Gardens are being planted, food is being donated, medical teams are established and peacekeeping agents have been patrolling the streets. ...

Black Lives Matter: A Call to Action for EvCC Students

On Jun. 2, protesters in Mill Creek chanted “Black lives matter” while holding signs that said “Justice For All Black Lives” and “Say Their Names”.

Sydney Jackson, Staff Writer

June 12, 2020

Activists are shaking the nation demanding justice for George Floyd, a Black man killed by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25. Protests in conjunction with the Black Lives Matter movement have spread from big cities to suburbs. Protesters are calling for accountability and change at local and nationa...

Speakers Share Personal Experiences at Everett BLM Protest

A crowd of peaceful protesters in front of the Everett Municipal Building gathered to hear from the protest’s speakers.

Nichole Bascue, Staff Writer

June 11, 2020

Up to 1,000 peaceful protesters gathered on the corners of Everett Ave. and Broadway in downtown Everett on the afternoon of Jun. 6. The crowd then marched through the city, chanting with signs and fists raised, before gathering in front of the Everett Municipal Building to hear from the protest’s sp...