New Congee place in Wallingford
anyone know of a PoC operated window screen service in the Seattle area?
come to The Station (in Beacon Hill) tonight for a POC centered art experience and wine & hors d'oeuvres tasting
There's never a better time to support our mission than on . Your support is matched by local foundations and philanthropists, and goes a long way to help us further our support of keeping thriving in diversity!
Love food? Don't forget about one of our hidden gems, Queen's Deli. They've stood the test of time by sticking to the basics... GREAT food!
I am a student at UW and am working on a research project that is trying to understand how immigrants to the Seattle-area communicate and keep relationships with family still living at home. The goal of this research is to better help migrants by understanding their challenges. If you are interested, I would love to sit down for a quick chat about your migration experience. I would greatly appreciate the help and can come anywhere and anytime that is best. Interviews last about 30-45min. Please let me know if you're interested or would like more information! I NEVER ask about migration status and keep my records totally anonymous. Thanks so much again.
Take advantage of SeattleRestaurantWeek and try some new ! While you're out pare it with Vino Verite's free wine tasting, the The Runaway's Dollar Store Mondays, or Friends of Shoseian Teahouse Japanese .
There's also the Aki-Con 2017, Seattle Center is hosting a Light the Night Walk for Leukemia as well as Seattle Out of the Darkness Community Walk for su***de prevention, and more!
MABUHAY MAJESTY THEATER PERFOMANCE AT RAINIER ARTS CENTER
Mabuhay Majesty, a new full-length play by Robert Francis Flor, local Filipino playwright will be staged at the Rainier Arts Center, 3515 S. Alaska Street, Seattle 98118, on Friday, September 29th and Saturday, September 30th at 7 p.m. The City’s Office of Arts and Culture provided funding for the two performances. Admission for the general public is $10. Seniors over 65 and high school students are free. Tickets may be purchase through eventbrite.com or at the door.
Eloisa Cardona, local Filipina actress, directs the play in her debut with a full-length production.
The play is set in early 60's Seattle when two Filipino American teen girls, Reina and Marietta are encouraged by their parents to participate in the Seattle Filipino Community Queen Contest. These contests were fundraisers held by Filipino communities to support their buildings. Contestants danced in box socials to raise money. The girls reject the tradition as humiliating. Mabuhay Majesty explores the conflict traditional societies face when transitioning into modern society and examines the adaptation of immigrants to life in America.
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