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Outside City Hall is a column by John Fox and Carolee Colter of the Seattle Displacement Coalition that has been appearing in Pacific Publishing newspapers and elsewhere since 2004. This web site was recently established to further inform the public of these important issues.
- Affordable Housing
- City Hall
- Cliff Cawthon articles
- Election 2017
- George Howland articles
- Housing Preservation
- Melissa Hellmann
- Personal Essays
- police accountability
- racial justice
- Rebekah Demirel articles
- Trees, parks, and open space
- University District
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Category Archives: Resistance
Geov Parrish wonders who Carmen Best will serve given that the police guild may have been the new police chief’s biggest ally in the selection process Story by Geov Parrish – Journalist and Political Activist, Geov has been covering City … Continue reading
Ishbel Dickens writes about an extraordinary effort by residents of the Firs Mobile Home Park in Sea-Tac to save their community backed by a broad coalition of church and community advocates More than 75,000 households own homes in Washington where … Continue reading
The Chinatown-International District Coalition fights against 1,600 market-rate residences and hotel rooms flooding their neighborhood By Cliff Cawthon, Contributing Writer On November 19, the Chinatown-International District (CID) Coalition (also known as Humbows Not Hotels) hosted a community meeting about developer-driven … Continue reading
In 1995, Suzie Burke, the “Land Baroness of Fremont,” found a place in Seattle for the figure of communist leader “Get a sense of humor,” says Suzie Burke, a supporter of President Donald J. Trump, who was the first host … Continue reading
Mayoral candidate Jenny Durkan (left) represents the status quo while Nikkita Oliver will bring transformational change By George Howland Jr. As Mayor Ed Murray prepares to leave office, let’s say goodbye to one of his favorite tropes: Seattle is … Continue reading