We haven’t always been a progressive city, but Knute Berger finds hope in our continuing efforts to be better
Reflections on Black History Month, the advancement of civil rights and the lingering specter of racism; yes, even in progressive Seattle
I was eight the first time I voted. It was 2000: Bush vs. Gore. In my elementary school gym, flimsy voters’ booths stood like shrines and quiet people waited to make their offerings.