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Frye Art Museum and Yesler CC confront the challenges facing Seattle youth in a new exhibition

The exhibition, 'Why Not School?,' poses the question, "Why not invest in schools rather than juvenile detention?"

Reel Grrls celebrates 15 years with a retrospective exhibition and celebration

Celebrate Reel Grrls' 15 years of existence with a retrospective exhibition of their past and current work.

Celebrate National Adoption Day at the King County Courthouse

Join in the celebrations as families finalize their adoptions.

The Foodways Project highlights the best Seattle-area restaurants owned or run by people of color

The Foodways Project is a community-building organization dedicated to food justice and celebrating racial identity.

Give thanks and give back: Seattle-area volunteering opportunities for the holiday season

Incorporate giving back into the season of giving thanks by volunteering your time at these Seattle organizations.

Washington Parents in a Fight For Fair Funding

There’s a grassroots, parent-led campaign taking off to fund public education in Washington.

Youth Speaks Seattle Events Welcome Teens to Explore Poetry

The Seattle-based, spoken word poetry organization offers a number of awesome opportunities for teens to collaborate, create, and build community.

Charter school families and students fight to keep the doors open

Seattle-area parents parents are willing to fight to keep charter schools open.

Foster Grandparents provide old-school care for kids around King County

The Foster Grandparents Program has grandparents in 20 schools and community centers in King County alone.

A desire to give back launches a popular Seattle science, art and tech program for underserved kids

STEM Paths Innovation Network, or SPIN, hopes to create a more equitable playing field in the digital realm for low-income kids and kids of color.

Are babies a cure for bullying? This new program in Seattle schools thinks it's possible

A recently imported program from Canada is tapping babies’ power to teach empathy and curb bullying in kids in 85 schools in the greater Seattle area.

Families of Color Seattle hosts upcoming community dialogues on race and family

Local nonprofit Families of Color Seattle is hosting a series of community dialogues starting this fall that focus on race and the family.

Walking the walk: Black and POC community members welcome Leschi Elementary students to school during Seattle High 5

#SeattleHigh5 aims to counter negative stereotypes about Black folks as a way to value black lives.

South Seattle parents come together during the teacher strike to offer childcare coverage and mutual support

Parents come together to offer coverage and end up forging connections.

Seattle nonprofit Hunger Intervention Program is helping low-income kids in need access nutritious food

In Washington state, one in four children live in low-income households that don’t have enough food to nourish their families. Hunger Intervention Program's Healthy HIP Packs initiative hopes to change that.

No clowning around: Seattle nonprofit brings music, art and magic to Children's Hospital patients

Professional clowns making hospital rounds? It’s no joke.
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