Discussions about race often ignore a key fact: that its definitions are constantly changing.
Rituja Indapure overcame the shame she felt from a long-hidden trauma in a novel way: by revealing it onstage in front of hundreds of strangers.
Celebrate at a free all-day party in Seattle on Saturday, March 3.
The annual festival brings together local community with canoe races, storytelling and a celebration of Native tradition. This year, the festival comes to Coupeville this Saturday (May 10).
In celebration of our 40th anniversary, we look back at a 2007 project that gave diverse groups an opportunity to share their stories. This story is part of our 40 Years of Washington Stories series, bringing stories from our past to you each week on our blog.
Humanities Washington’s evening of food, wine and words was a huge success in Spokane on Sept. 20. Now the fundraiser comes to Seattle, as authors read original works for our audience. If you’re not in Seattle, we have a slew of Speakers Bureau presentations and grant-funded events coming up – and there’s likely one in your area.
here:now at the Frye Art Museum allows families a respite from dementia using art. Also upcoming: Think & Drinks on Latinos in Washington state and Speakers Bureau presentations across the state.
The Latino Lens: A Discussion with Filmmaker Enrique Cerna to spark conversation on both sides of the state this September.
Historian William Woodward explores baseball’s hold on the American popular imagination during his talk Coming Home: Baseball’s America in Longview May 2. An abundance of Speakers Bureau presentations, grant-funded events and Washington State Poet Laureate discussions round out a busy calender of events for the next two weeks.
The author of I-502 and a Seattle Police Sergeant will discuss how legalization of marijuana is likely to affect policy and culture in Washington.