Seattle Art Museum presents Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle

Seattle Art Museum presents Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle

SEATTLE - The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) presents Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle (March 5-May 23, 2021), reuniting the artist's revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle: From the History of the American People (1954-56) for the first time since 1958.

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MARK MY WORDS: The push for LGBT rights continues abroad

MARK MY WORDS: The push for LGBT rights continues abroad

Want to publicly thank the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw Poland who gave me an appreciation of how resilient our government can be and how the foreign service, part of our State Department, continues to fight for women's and LGBT rights even under a Secretary of

OP-ED OutRight NOW: Celebrating LGBTIQ communities around the world

OP-ED OutRight NOW: Celebrating LGBTIQ communities around the world

For me, as for many of us, the end of the year tends to come hand in hand with reflection about the past year, and looking forward to what comes next.

Three Dollar Bill Cinema's Kathleen Mullen invited to teach Film Festival Management at universities in both the US and Canada

Three Dollar Bill Cinema's Kathleen Mullen invited to teach Film Festival Management at universities in both the US and Canada

On Tuesday, November 24, Three Dollar Bill Cinema emailed the following statement to Unite and the rest of their email subscriber list:

MARK MY WORDS: Georgia on my mind

MARK MY WORDS: Georgia on my mind

This column could be filled with the names of those in the LGBTQ community who expect or should be considered for position in the Biden/Harris administration

Seattle's missing holiday traditions are the ghosts of Christmas Present

Seattle's missing holiday traditions are the ghosts of Christmas Present

Christmas Time Is Here! Ignorance and Fear! One by One Our Yuletide Fun's Begun To Disappear ...

LGBTQIA+ Civil Rights pioneer, Roger Winters, remembered as a "visionary" leader

LGBTQIA+ Civil Rights pioneer, Roger Winters, remembered as a "visionary" leader

Roger Winters, a civil rights pioneer for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community, passed away this week at his Shoreline, WA home. He was 75-years-old.

Leafly Names Yoko Miyashita as New CEO

Leafly Names Yoko Miyashita as New CEO

Cannabis information resource and commerce platform Leafly, today announced General Counsel Yoko Miyashita will lead the company as its new Chief Executive Officer

Proud Boys Terrorize Capitol Hill

Proud Boys Terrorize Capitol Hill

An alert on Twitter, a share to Facebook and a post to Instagram is how many in Seattle came to be aware of an alleged abduction by members of the Proud Boys, a far-right neo-fascist organization that has been labeled a "hate group" by the Southern Povert

Durkan tells CHOP: Time to go home

Durkan tells CHOP: Time to go home

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and Police Chief Carmen Best held a press conference on Monday [June 22, 2020] at City Hall.

Civil rights leader and Seattle Gay News publisher George Bakan dies

Civil rights leader and Seattle Gay News publisher George Bakan dies

Civil rights leader and Seattle Gay News (SGN) publisher George Bakan was found dead at his desk on Sunday evening, June 7, 2020. He was 78 years old.

GSBA & CHBA respond to police violence

GSBA & CHBA respond to police violence

To Mayor Durkan, members of the Seattle City Council, City Attorney Holmes, and Chief Best,

Remembering Larry Kramer

Remembering Larry Kramer

I was just a kid when I walked into my first ACT UP meeting, just weeks after Larry Kramer's movement-launching speech in March of '87.