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  • October 10
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  • Seattle

Washington’s Undiscovered Feminists

In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, remember some of the remarkable, but often unsung, women of the Pacific Northwest. Writer Mayumi Tsutakawa presents five “woman warriors” in the arts and journalism whose inspiring stories reach back to the early years of our region. Meet the pioneering photographer Imogen Cunningham, Black American jazz […]

  • When
  • 12:00 pm, Thursday
    October 10, 2019
  • Where
  • Folio: The Seattle Athenaeum
    93 Pike St. #307
    Seattle, WA 98101 United States
  • October 10
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  • Dayton

What Happened to America’s Public Schools?

Why do we have public schools? What do we want from them, and why do we seem to be losing faith in them? Once an innovative idea and a source of national pride, American public education has since become a deeply polarized topic. Using his personal story as an immigrant attending America’s public schools, along […]

  • When
  • 6:00 pm, Thursday
    October 10, 2019
  • Where
  • Dayton Memorial Library
    111 S. 3rd ST
    Dayton, WA 99328 United States
  • October 10
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  • Tulalip

Comic-Book Reality: Superheroes and the Power of Representation

Since their debut in the 1930s, comic books have been a regular part of our pop-culture landscape. While often dismissed as escapist entertainment, these pulp treasures also provide a fascinating lens through which to view our nation’s past, present and potential future. In this interactive presentation, journalist and educator T. Andrew Wahl explores how everything […]

  • When
  • 6:00 pm, Thursday
    October 10, 2019
  • Where
  • Hibulb Cultural Center
    6410 23rd Ave NE
    Tulalip, Washington 98271 United States
  • October 10
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  • Shoreline

From Mexican to Mexican-American: A Family Immigration Story

As immigration has become more hotly debated in the United States, the arguments have become cartoonish, with one side often painted as naïve and another as xenophobic. What has become lost is the human story of immigration to America, with all its complexity, heartache, and hope. Professor Carlos Gil sought to understand immigration by tracing […]

  • When
  • 6:30 pm, Thursday
    October 10, 2019
  • Where
  • Shoreline Library
    345 NE 175th St.
    Shoreline, WA 98155 United States
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