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Reform Ride for Refugees: The Backstory

Reform Ride for Refugees: The Backstory

In the summer of 2016, two friends who lived in Kitsap County (WA) were following the plight of Syrian refugees. They discussed how they could support their refugee neighbors. As triathletes who biked frequently and Lutherans who were aware that 2017 marked the...

Osbaldo Hernandez’s journey to citizenship

Osbaldo Hernandez’s journey to citizenship

Hundreds of Spanish-speaking residents in Snohomish County pass through the doors of our Familias Unidas center in Everett each year. Some seek food, housing, health care and other basic needs. Others are looking for jobs, English language classes, citizenship classes...

Holy Anger!

“no one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark” - Warsan Shire There is a time for holy anger. That time is now. I am asking you to be angry with me, and I want you to turn your anger into action. Attorney General Jeff Sessions quoted the Bible as...

Port Angeles: What a difference a year makes

Port Angeles: What a difference a year makes

Caregiving is in Lori Titus’ DNA. When Titus, a Tacoma resident, was in high school, her father, Robert Olsen, was a caregiver to her grandmother. Titus would help with her grandmother’s care by keeping her company while her dad ran errands, or she would sit with her...

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