Category Archives: racial justice

Art, activism and Vanishing Seattle

Cynthia Brothers reflects on the politics of art and the art of politics by George Howland Jr, Contributing Writer Cynthia Brothers, 36, is an artist and an activist. The main outlet for her art is Vanishing Seattle, a social media … Continue reading

Posted in Affordable Housing, City Hall, Density, Displacement, Gentrification, George Howland articles, Housing Preservation, Neighborhoods, Politics, Protest, racial justice, Upzoning

What is our new mayor’s plan to address police brutality?

Durkan must choose a new police chief and address the ongoing problems of excessive force and racism By Cliff Cawthon, Contributing Writer Now that the election is over and Mayor Jenny Durkan has settled in, what can we expect the … Continue reading

Posted in City Hall, Cliff Cawthon articles, Neighborhoods, police accountability, Politics, racial justice