The coronavirus pandemic turned what were long-ignored priorities for disabled and sick people into priorities for everyone.
Naomi Ishisaka writes about race, culture and equity, through a social-justice lens. Her column appears weekly on Mondays.
Some Seattle-area hospitals report being days away from running out of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Fear might bring out some of our worst instincts, but crises bring out the best in humanity as well.
Coronavirus facts in Spanish, Chinese, Amharic, Tagalog and other languages for Seattle-area residents
Public Health – Seattle & King County released recommendations in multiple languages for the prevention of COVID-19.
Gig workers fall through the public health safety net as coronavirus spreads in Washington | Naomi Ishisaka
Uninsured workers with no paid time off sometimes have to choose between working through their illness or not paying their rent. In an epidemic, that's...
‘Never Again is Now’ for Japanese Americans protesting immigration jail in Tacoma | Naomi Ishisaka VIEW
Tsuru for Solidarity organized a “Day of Remembrance, Day of Action” at Tacoma's immigration prison on Feb. 23 to commemorate the 78th anniversary of the...
Will there ever be a right time for a woman president? Busting the ‘electability’ fears | Naomi Ishisaka
So long as progressive voters think, “I am not sexist but I think everyone else is,” it’ll be almost impossible for a woman Presidential candidate...
It looked like this year might be a repeat of #OscarsSoWhite. Instead, "Parasite" pointed to a new, more inclusive future for filmmaking.
Conjoining “foreigners” with disease has a long history in the United States — and discrimination can actually make disease outbreaks worse.
The best time to stop street crime and violence is before they start.