At the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle’s 11th Annual Benefit Breakfast, Pramila Jayapal and Al Sugiyama were each presented with a 2010 Spirit Award.
Editorial: APIA parents, unite to stop bullying
On Sept. 19, two Rutgers students, Dharun Ravi, 18, and Molly Wei, 18, used a webcam to spy on Ravi’s roommate, Tyler Clementi, 18, who was involved in a
Blog: It takes a village to raise an ethnic newspaper
I have a confession. Northwest Asian Weekly, in comparison to other ethnic media, has done miraculously well with political advertising.
Letter: ‘Why we support McGinn’
It is a testament to our API community’s evolution and growth that we have different opinions while focusing on common goals relating to the community.
Blog: The MC is the glue of the program
Have you felt annoyed at events when speakers go on and on? How do you stop them? If your program is not strong but has a great emcee, s/he would know how to make it work.
Letter: Constantine and Phillips story biased
Your story on the race for King County Executive, “Dow vs. Phillips” (issue 31, July 25–31) was uneven.
In fairness, it should have included Larry Phillips’ actual record of support for the API community. It’s also important to know who has endorsed him [which the story did not do].
June 2: An award for CCA’s Al Sugiyama
The Center for Career Alternatives (CCA) Executive Director Alan Sugiyama was presented with an award by Goodwill President and CEO Ken Colling at its appreciation breakfast at Benaroya Hall. CCA was honored as Goodwill’s Outstanding Nonprofit Community Partner for its commitment to changing the lives of disadvantaged youth. ♦