For Naomi Ishisaka, the holiday isn't for shopping or TV binges, but for reflection and action.
Naomi Ishisaka writes about race, culture and equity, through a social-justice lens. Her column appears weekly on Mondays.
Instead of fostering suspicion of our neighbors, we should stretch out our hands to each other in peace, urges columnist Naomi Ishisaka.
Florist Mary Wesley’s story serves as a microcosm of the shifting demographics and challenging landscape for Black business owners in the Central District.
Thinness and wellness aren’t synonymous, and neither are obesity and illness. It’s time to question outdated notions of body size and health.
Communities of color are going to bear the greatest brunt of climate change. So let's make sure they have access to electric vehicles and other...
Gender-critical radical feminists oppose greater rights and support for people who are transgender, but this diminishes choice and opportunities for all.
On virtually every level, “legal” paths to immigration have been blockaded or removed — a phenomenon known as the “invisible wall.”
The criminalization of immigration is neither just nor unavoidable, writes author César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández, who appears at Seattle's Town Hall on Dec. 9.
Atlantic Street Center brings about a life-changing meeting between two mothers, a generation apart | Naomi Ishisaka | Naomi Ishisaka
Through the Teens As Parents Program, one-time teen mother Michelle Mitchell-Brannon gave Gabbie Price the support she needed to thrive as a mom.
Vu Le, a nonprofit leader based in South Seattle, started the blog Nonprofit AF in 2013 by marrying serious topics such as equity in the...