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The Facts Newspaper The Facts Newspaper was established September 7, 1961 by Fitzgerald Redd Beaver, and was one the first Black oriented newspaper in the Pacific Northwest.

The Facts Newspaper was established September 7, 1961 by Fitzgerald Redd Beaver, and was one of the first Black oriented newspaper in the Pacific Northwest. The Facts appeared as a sixteen page metro- sized chronicle of Black heritage reporting on the success and transition with in the Black community. The Facts was distinguished by its personal character, pink pages and remarkable
longevity. Mr.

The Facts Newspaper was established September 7, 1961 by Fitzgerald Redd Beaver, and was one of the first Black oriented newspaper in the Pacific Northwest. The Facts appeared as a sixteen page metro- sized chronicle of Black heritage reporting on the success and transition with in the Black community. The Facts was distinguished by its personal character, pink pages and remarkable
longevity. Mr.

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Apply to the Small Business Stabilization Fund by 11/14!
11/08/2021
Apply to the Small Business Stabilization Fund by 11/14!

Apply to the Small Business Stabilization Fund by 11/14!

We announced that we are extending the application deadline for the Small Business Stabilization Fund until November 14 at 11:59 p.m. In addition, the City of Seattle added $2 million to the Stabilization Fund to support small businesses and organizations impacted by the new vaccination veri...

Ecology begins rulemaking for 2021 plastics law
11/08/2021
Ecology begins rulemaking for 2021 plastics law

Ecology begins rulemaking for 2021 plastics law

OLYMPIA – The Department of Ecology has begun a process that will change plastics in Washington. Today Ecology will begin a rulemaking required by the State Legislature that focuses on the recycled content portion of the 2021 plastics law and will establish how Ecology determines producer fees, ov...

When is the last time you did something for YOU? Be Better Brand is hosting yet another BOOZY BRUNCH themed SELF LOVE wi...
11/07/2021

When is the last time you did something for YOU?

Be Better Brand is hosting yet another BOOZY BRUNCH themed SELF LOVE with special guest host Adia Callahan.

Tickets are available on their site www.bebetterbranding.com

Enjoy delectable dishes and cute cocktails while sharpening your tools on ways to better love YOURSELF. For more questions or to RSVP please visit BE BETTER BRANDS website.

Don't be basic.. BE BETTER

Celebrating McClyde Clifton Jr.
11/04/2021
Celebrating McClyde Clifton Jr.

Celebrating McClyde Clifton Jr.

Sunrise Jan 31, 1956 to Oct. 22, 2021 Memorial Service: November 13th 2pm - 4pm LARC Retirement Homes 1001 1st Ave N, Kent, WA 98032

COVID-19 infections among children and youth slowing after months of steady growth
11/04/2021
COVID-19 infections among children and youth slowing after months of steady growth

COVID-19 infections among children and youth slowing after months of steady growth

COVID-19 infections among children and youth slowing after months of steady growth Pediatric vaccine availability highly anticipated to slow spread of virus in kids OLYMPIA -- With the arrival of vaccines for children ages 5-11, a new report from the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) shows...

Hiring Bonus for 911 Dispatchers Generates 10x Increase in Applications Over Past Five Days
11/04/2021
Hiring Bonus for 911 Dispatchers Generates 10x Increase in Applications Over Past Five Days

Hiring Bonus for 911 Dispatchers Generates 10x Increase in Applications Over Past Five Days

Mayor Durkan’s Seattle recognizes 911 dispatchers as critical members of the City’s public safety response Hiring incentives have resulted in 10-fold increase over five-day period for applicants and inquiries for 911 dispatcher positions SEATTLE (Nov. 4) - Mayor Jenny A. Durkan issued on Oct. 29...

The Odunde Festival Presents
11/04/2021
The Odunde Festival Presents

The Odunde Festival Presents

REUNION: Continuing The Legacy A Community Celebration of West African Drumming, Dance & Song! Adefua Cultural Education Workshop is celebrating 36 years of presenting West African culture in the Pacific Northwest! It's our annual fundraiser! Join us in this community celebration! Our committed work...

Low Income Housing Institute AnnouncesPurchase of Comfort Inn for Enhanced Shelter in Tacoma
11/04/2021
Low Income Housing Institute AnnouncesPurchase of Comfort Inn for Enhanced Shelter in Tacoma

Low Income Housing Institute AnnouncesPurchase of Comfort Inn for Enhanced Shelter in Tacoma

Low Income Housing Institute Announces Purchase of Comfort Inn for Enhanced Shelter in Tacoma 8620 S. Hosmer St., Tacoma TACOMA – The Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) purchased the 94-room Comfort Inn located at 8620 South Hosmer St. in Tacoma on October 29. The purchase was made with capital i...

12,000 households saved from eviction with $63 million in rental assistance distributed by KC
11/04/2021
12,000 households saved from eviction with $63 million in rental assistance distributed by KC

12,000 households saved from eviction with $63 million in rental assistance distributed by KC

12,000 households saved from eviction with $63 million in rental assistance distributed by King County so far this year King County continues to accelerate rental assistance payments, collaborating with local property owners and community-based partners to distribute $63 million so far this year and...

Commerce expands team dedicated to promoting equitable opportunities
11/04/2021
Commerce expands team dedicated to promoting equitable opportunities

Commerce expands team dedicated to promoting equitable opportunities

Commerce expands team dedicated to promoting equitable opportunities for underserved communities and small businesses Yakima’s Jessica Camacho to lead statewide Small Business Resiliency Network; Karlena Brailey and Norma Chavez take on community engagement posts in the Olympic Peninsula and south...

VACCINATION VERIFICATION
11/04/2021
VACCINATION VERIFICATION

VACCINATION VERIFICATION

NOW REQUIRED FOR MANY ACTIVITIES IN KING COUNTY Public Health Insider Starting today, October 25, 2021, customers age 12 and older are required to verify full vaccination or a negative test to participate in outdoor public events of 500 or more people and indoor entertainment and recreational establ...

First Semi-Annual Diversity and Recruitment Workshop
11/04/2021
First Semi-Annual Diversity and Recruitment Workshop

First Semi-Annual Diversity and Recruitment Workshop

The King County Fire Chiefs Association looks forward to hosting its first semi-annual Diversity and Recruitment Workshop on Dec. 11, 2021 in Bellevue. Fire departments across the County are seeking qualified candidates with diverse backgrounds who may be interested in becoming firefighters but are....

People of Color Legislative Summit
11/04/2021
People of Color Legislative Summit

People of Color Legislative Summit

Please save the date for the 3rd Washington State People of Color Legislative Summit (POCLS). Organizational and/or self-identified community leaders of color across Washington are cordially invited to join us virtually on Saturday, December 4th, 10 AM-1 PM to represent their organizations and ident...

Ministries At Work”
11/04/2021
Ministries At Work”

Ministries At Work”

Revelation 3:19 As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten. Therefore be zealous and repent. The go-spel word from the Holy Bible is “Kidnappers” First Timothy 1:10 New KJV Deuteronomy 24:7 , Exodus 21:16 Kidnappers are people that abduct and steal people. Abduction means to carry off persons by fo...

Sports with Mazvita
11/04/2021
Sports with Mazvita

Sports with Mazvita

ARE WE GETTING THERE ? SPORTS WISE THAT IS? Had to put in the quantifier to the above headline. We all know the answer to the question of are we getting right? As a society , not a chance! We are moving in the right direction but good lord oh might do we have a long way to go. We all know patience i...

Dear Karen, northwestpca@hotmail.com
11/04/2021
Dear Karen, [email protected]

Dear Karen, [email protected]

Dear Karen, Most days, I feel “worthless”, so aside from BLACK LIVES MATTERS “or my skin color”, WHO AM I… Dear aside from black lives matters, “or my skin color”, who am I? I want you to have a “clear perspective”, so that when the problems of life begins to weigh on you, you can ...

Senior Older and Wiser By June Michel
11/04/2021
Senior Older and Wiser By June Michel

Senior Older and Wiser By June Michel

SENIORS' WINTER 2021 HEALTH CHECKLIST: By all indications, this is going to be a very cold winter with heavy rain and snow. We need to get our ducks in a row by making certain we have checked off each of the following medical suggestions. 1. IF YOU ARE STILL WAITING FOR A GOOD TIME TO GET YOUR COVID...

In Loving Memory of Charles Edward Williams II
11/04/2021
In Loving Memory of Charles Edward Williams II

In Loving Memory of Charles Edward Williams II

Charles Edward Williams II wasborn March 20, 1978 in Seattle, Wash. and deported this life October 19, 2021. he leaves behind his father, Charles Williams; mother, Connie Hardison; children, Charles Williams, Kay Jana Williams, and Marcell Williams; granddaughter, Jahzara Williams; siblings, Chartea...

In Loving Memory of Loretta McCarty
11/04/2021
In Loving Memory of Loretta McCarty

In Loving Memory of Loretta McCarty

On October 16th, 2021, Loretta McCarty passed away peacefully in the comfort of her home surrounded by the love and care of her family. Loretta (Knauls) McCarty was born October 25th, 1939 in Huntington, Arkansas. In 1949, she moved to Seattle, Washington with her mother and sister. Where she found....

In Loving Memory Willie “Coach Bumblebee” Briscoeray
11/04/2021
In Loving Memory Willie “Coach Bumblebee” Briscoeray

In Loving Memory Willie “Coach Bumblebee” Briscoeray

Willie Briscoeray was born on March 20, 1939, in Shreveport, Louisiana. He departed this life on October 27, 2021 at his home in Seattle, WA. In celebration of his life, a public visitation will be from 2pm – 6pm Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at Greater Mount Baker Baptist Church 2425 S Jackson St ...

In Loving Memory of Linda Ann Roberson
11/04/2021
In Loving Memory of Linda Ann Roberson

In Loving Memory of Linda Ann Roberson

Linda Ann Roberson Linda (Snowden) Roberson was born December 6, 1947 to the union of Louis and Emma Snowden in Bremerton, Washington. She was the youngest of six children. The family moved from Newellton, Louisiana and eventually settled in Seattle, Washington. Linda attended Garfield High School a...

In Loving Memory of Charles "Chuck" Chappelle
11/04/2021
In Loving Memory of Charles "Chuck" Chappelle

In Loving Memory of Charles "Chuck" Chappelle

Charles "Chuck" Chappelle April 17, 1978 - October 27, 2021 Funeral Service 10am, November 6, 2021 Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church 2801 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98144 services by Scott Funeral Home Charles Chappelle Jr.'s departed this earth on October 27, 2021. He is preceded in death by his....

In Loving Memory of Leroy E Sarvis
11/04/2021
In Loving Memory of Leroy E Sarvis

In Loving Memory of Leroy E Sarvis

Leroy E Sarvis at the age of 87, peacefully passed away Wednesday October 27th at his place of residence in Puyallup, WA. He is survived by his 8 children son Stephen, daughter Nedra, son Jeffrey, son James, son Sean, daughter Jacquline, daughter Gentria, son Jason and was predeceased by his wife, S...

HOMEGOING CELEBRATION forPASTOR Reginald Dean Rushin
11/04/2021
HOMEGOING CELEBRATION forPASTOR Reginald Dean Rushin

HOMEGOING CELEBRATION forPASTOR Reginald Dean Rushin

Pastor Reginald Dean Rushin, 59, of Tacoma on Wednesday October 27, 2021 passed from this life to eternal life. He was born in Houston, TX, the youngest child of the late Henry Lee Rushin and the late Hazel Nash. He was educated in the Houston Independent School District graduating from Jessie H. Jo...

In Loving Memory of Sean Jeffery Evans
11/04/2021
In Loving Memory of Sean Jeffery Evans

In Loving Memory of Sean Jeffery Evans

Sean Jeffrey Evans was born to Ms. Flora Jean Joyner and Mr. Joseph Evans, September 6 1973 in Seattle WA. Loving guidance from his mother and a village of family and friends created in Sean an openly loving nature, a thirst for knowledge and understanding, and a personality that filled every room h...

A Celebration of Life and Memorial Service will be held for Devoter Marie Lewis
11/04/2021
A Celebration of Life and Memorial Service will be held for Devoter Marie Lewis

A Celebration of Life and Memorial Service will be held for Devoter Marie Lewis

A Celebration of Life and Memorial Service will be held for Devoter Marie Lewis (Sunrise December 25th, 1944 and Sunset October 22, 2021 ) at the Seed of Abraham Pentecostal Church 246 Wells Ave N. Renton, WA, at 11AM on Wednesday, November 1oth, 2021. Service will be live streamed from The Seed of....

Celebrating​​ Ernestine Anderson
11/04/2021
Celebrating​​ Ernestine Anderson

Celebrating​​ Ernestine Anderson

Jazz is an African-American creation, a gift to Seattle and the world alike. It affirms our collective humanity and speaks eloquently about freedom, creativity, struggle, perseverance, and triumph! Throughout her six-decade career, Seattle jazz and blues treasure Ernestine Anderson exemplified these...

Remembering The Life & Love of King David Mays
11/04/2021
Remembering The Life & Love of King David Mays

Remembering The Life & Love of King David Mays

August 18, 926 – October 16, 2021 King David Mays was born August 18, 1926, in Junction City, Arkansas to the union of Robert Mays and Dezerra Suide. He came to Seattle on the train after graduating from high school. He told the story of having very little money and while on board, soldiers befrie...

In Loving Memory of Elridge Paul Morgan Jr. (Butch)
11/04/2021
In Loving Memory of Elridge Paul Morgan Jr. (Butch)

In Loving Memory of Elridge Paul Morgan Jr. (Butch)

Elridge Paul Morgan Jr. (Butch) was born March 19, 1955 in St. Louis, MO to the union of Elridge Paul Morgan Sr. and Agnes Louise Morgan. Our beloved Butch transitioned peacefully from this life to eternal life on October 21, 2021 in Seattle, WA; he was 66 years old. Elridge was preceded in death by...

In Loving Memory of Annie “Ann” Bell Parker
11/04/2021
In Loving Memory of Annie “Ann” Bell Parker

In Loving Memory of Annie “Ann” Bell Parker

Annie “Ann” Bell Parker October 14th, 2021 Ann went to be with the Lord. She was at home surrounded with love by her immediate family. Ann lived in Everett Washington for over 25 years. She was born in Seattle, Washington 12/7/1953 and attended Garfield High School. Ann was preceded in death by ...

New Diversity in Local History grants program creates 11 paid internship opportunities across WA
11/04/2021
New Diversity in Local History grants program creates 11 paid internship opportunities across WA

New Diversity in Local History grants program creates 11 paid internship opportunities across WA

Tacoma, WA – Washington State Historical Society’s new Diversity in Local History (DLH) grant program awards small grants to heritage organizations to fund paid internships that support diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives. The first grants were approved in October 2021 for project...

THE MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 15 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2021
11/04/2021
THE MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 15 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2021

THE MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 15 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2021

The Making A Difference Foundation (MADF) of Tacoma, Washington announces its 2021 scholarship awards to a total of fifteen students attending college throughout the nation. Not only did ten winners from 2020 get their scholarships renewed, but five new winners received scholarships for this year. T...

$2 Million for Small Businesses and Organizations Most Impacted by Vaccine Verification Requirement
11/03/2021
$2 Million for Small Businesses and Organizations Most Impacted by Vaccine Verification Requirement

$2 Million for Small Businesses and Organizations Most Impacted by Vaccine Verification Requirement

Mayor Durkan and City Council Announce $2 Million for Small Businesses and Organizations Most Impacted by Vaccine Verification Requirements Eligible small businesses and organizations will receive an additional up to $1,000 to help enforce King County vaccination verification policy. Seattle (Nove...

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