During this pandemic year, so many ordinary people have stepped up in extraordinary ways.
Jennifer Hemmingsen is a member of The Seattle Times editorial board.
White suburbia awakens in ‘different shade of protest’ | Jennifer Hemmingsen / Times editorial writer
Racism and unequal treatment in America is a sickness. It’s a life-threatening, festering wound.
Could this spring be the kick in the pants that finally gets it done?
Parks create a sense of togetherness based not on ideology or affinity, but on shared geography — a type of bond that can seem vanishingly...
Imagine presidential hopefuls talking knowledgeably about housing affordability and homelessness.
Redmond outreach specialist Kent Hay is a light in the darkness of the homelessness crisis | Opinion
Anyone who thinks suburban cities haven’t been pulling their weight in the region’s fight against homelessness should take a look at Redmond, editorial writer Jennifer...
Of course, tax increases will be used "for government spending." The critical, unanswered question is, "How?"
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