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  • The egregious separation of immigrant families: What can we do?

    The policy of separating children from their parents at the southern border was outrageous and tragic. Now that policy has changed, and we are not sure what the impact will be or when families will be reunited. We have heard from many community members, and we will be passing along, through Facebook, information from Northwest Immigrant Rights Project about the situation and actions we can take. Please join us this Friday, June 22, at the Phinney Farmers Market. We will have information and supplies to write postcards to officials, both national and local, who can have an impact. We will keep up the pressure until those families already separated are reunited, and until families are not held indefinitely in detention. Stay tuned for other efforts. Read more

  • Q13 Fox: “Changemaker: Seattle woman helps lead effort, providing solutions for those with dementia”

    Q13 Fox's Changemaker Series features Marigrace Becker, of the Memory and Brain Wellness Center at the University of Washington, whose vision of the Momentia movement has changed countless lives of those living with dementias and memory loss and their families. The piece also spotlights the Gathering Place program at the Greenwood Senior Center, as an example of how the Momenta movement makes an impact. Read more

  • Business Spotlight: Ardor Creative Media

    Executive Director for this nonprofit for film and filmmakers, Amanda Drewniak says, “I love what I do. I love filming, and I love putting the film community together.” She hosts screenings of local films, produces films, and makes films herself. Read more

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