A group of diverse women met Seattle City Council candidates, Tanya Woo, and Joy Hollingsworth at the Joyale Restaurant on Sept. 21.
Upon the spot where she launched other protests to support the Chinatown-International District (CID) in its struggle to survive, Seattle City Council candidate Tanya Woo at noon kicked off another march on Tuesday.
Twin press conferences on Tuesday underscored community outrage over crime and violence in South Seattle and beyond, including in the Chinatown-International District (CID).
An Asian man walks up to his door. Behind him, run up two men all in black. One of them brandishes a pistol.
One of the most watched races this election cycle is Tanya Woo’s challenge to Tammy Morales, who is the incumbent Seattle City Councilmember for District 2.
The question might have been a litmus test for the type of connection each candidate had with the Seattle Chinatown-International District (CID).
A candidate forum for a position on the Seattle City Council, scheduled for July 20, is embroiled in controversy after the campaign for Tanya Woo took exception that the moderator for the A&NHPI Candidate Forum, Dae Shik Kim, worked for the campaign of Tammy Morales.
Close to 100 people attended Tanya Woo’s kick off campaign on April 21 for Seattle City Council at the Rainier Beach Community Center.
The man is wearing saggy sweatpants, an old baggy down coat, a gray tattered hat, and he carries a blanket and a white garbage sack over his shoulder.
By Staff NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The City of Seattle announced on Nov. 5 that it awarded $755,000 to support 14 community-initiated projects through the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF). The NMF has two funds: the Community Partnership Fund, which is offered three times a year with cash awards up to $100,000, and […]