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January 1, 2014
Vol: 21 No: 1


  • New year, new hopes

    For Real Change vendors, the coming year brings a chance for change (Read more...)

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  • January 28, 2015
    Vol: 22 No: 4


  • More people come to light in the dark

    By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

    This year’s One Night Count, the 35th, sets a sobering record: 3,772 people outside without any shelter (Read more...)

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  • January 21, 2015
    Vol: 22 No: 3


  • The matter at hand. Local activists ask: Will cops treat us fairly?

    By Josh Kelety , Editorial Intern

    Already concerned with police accountability, local protesters don’t feel safe in presence of law enforcement officials (Read more...)

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  • January 14, 2015
    Vol: 22 No: 2


  • Shaping history today

    By Rosette Royale , Interim Editor

    UW prof David Domke credits unknown activists for shaping Civil Rights era events like those in Selma, Ala. A new group is shaping history today (Read more...)

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  • January 7, 2015
    Vol: 22 No: 1


  • The school / home balance

    By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

    Nationwide, housing authorities hope rental stability adds up to classroom success. In Tacoma and nationwide, housing authorities find that residential stability creates educational benefits (Read more...)

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  • December 31, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 53


  • Stepping inside their hopes, dreams and fears

    By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

    As SHA puts the brakes on its Stepping Forward program, current and future residents let us inside to talk rents, employment and education (Read more...)

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  • December 23, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 52


  • There's no place like home

    By George Howland, Jr. , Acting Assistant Editor

    The troubled history of Washington's 19th century anarchist enclave. In the late 1800's, anarchists created an innovative community on Puget Sound. Two decades later, it was gone. (Read more...)

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  • December 17, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 51


  • The writing on the wall

    By Joe Martin , Contributing Writer

    Social worker turned novelist Dorothy Van Soest uses fiction to shine a light on the death penalty in America (Read more...)

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  • December 10, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 50


  • Taking Tom Rasmussen for a ride

    By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

    As Councilmember Rasmussen learned in a simulation, physical mobility issues can make Pioneer Square tough to navigate (Read more...)

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  • December 3, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 49


  • Art attack: Art Hazelwood's ominous images target oppressive political systems

    via: Street Roots, Portland OR / By Emily Green

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