Once homeless herself, a nurse believes the humanities is key to changing the conversation about homelessness in Seattle.
The final of a five-part series featuring poetry by Washington State writers, with each poem influenced by our state’s people, places, and culture. The poems are excerpted from a new anthology, WA129.
The first of a five-part series featuring poetry by Washington State writers, with each poem influenced by our state’s people, places, and culture. The poems are excerpted from a new anthology, WA129.
Walter, a New York Times-bestselling author, and Kongsgaard, a philanthropist, will be honored at the 2017 Bedtime Stories fundraising events in October.
A historian seeks to uncover more about the author of “The Egg and I” and “Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle” and becomes lost in Betty’s world—a place where humor overcomes tragedy, and a story deeply rooted in the Pacific Northwest.
Right in time for the presidential conventions, join us for “American Rage: Division and Anger in US Politics,” a Think and Drink in Seattle on July 12.
Seattle is often touted as a liberal city with progressive attitudes toward race. But is the city just better at hiding its prejudices? Read excerpts from our recent Think and Drink.
When it comes to race, what is Seattle doing right, and what needs to change? Join us for our next Think & Drink event Nov. 10, “Seattle Skin: Being Black in a Liberal City,” at Greenwood’s Naked City Brewery and Taphouse.
“Growing up in America, you’re taught to personalize everything, to individuate, to be your own person,” says Sam Louie, therapist and blogger for Psychology Today. “But my family, ancestors, and culture have inculcated more of a groupthink mentality.”
Join Humanities Washington for one or several amazing events taking place around the state between January 12 – 25, 2015!