After reading pages of Sound Transit study and reports, the superior choice for the transit construction to serve the Chinatown-International District (CID) is clearly the North and South (N&S) design.
Letter: Proposal to add caste unconstitutional
Dear Honorable Council Members and City Attorney Davison,
We are writing to you on behalf of the Hindu American Foundation (HAF) to express our serious concerns about the denial of civil rights that will occur as a result of Councilmember Kshama Sawant’s unconstitutional proposal to add the category of “caste” to the city’s nondiscrimination policies.
Vote “No” for proposed caste ordinance in Seattle based on racist and faulty data
We are a Seattle-based non-profit advocacy group engaged in strong Washington State-India bilateral trade relations and cultural understanding since 2010.
COMMENTARY: Reader weighs in on WA capital gains tax
All wealthy people need to pay more taxes—and I should know, I’m one of them. Hundreds of millionaires sent a message to Davos attendees, saying the same thing because they see that wealth hoarding is “eating our world alive.”
Same old discrimination leads to creation of a new civil rights organization
Justin Zhu co-founded a startup company called Iterable, which does cross channel marketing and also previously served as its CEO.
COMMENTARY: Plea for Republican support is based in fear and lies
In Frederick Su’s op-ed, he paints a wide swath across all Asian Americans by using fear-mongering and outlandish claims to implore the community to support Republicans.
LETTER: Chinatown-International District and the burden of government discrimination
King County Department of Community and Human Services is planning to spend $66.5 million to construct a 24/7 homeless shelter that will house more than 500 people in the Chinatown-International District (CID),
COMMENTARY: Vote Republican
Democrats like big government and a noncolor-blind society—supporting racial preferences. Republicans, on the contrary, believe in freedom offered by our Constitutional Republic (smaller government) and a color-blind society.
COMMENTARY: Why us?
I rode my bike to the Chinatown-International District (CID) on Labor Day.
COMMENTARY: Open letter to Sound Transit
I am against both of your proposals and variations you suggest for the Chinatown-International District (CID) Sound Transit station.
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