By Sue Misao Northwest Asian Weekly In its 33 years of existence, the Seattle World School has moved six times. Currently housed at Meany Middle School on Capitol Hill, students and their families were looking forward to
CityClub forum to answer health care questions
The Seattle CityClub will be hosting their fourth and final forum in the 2012 Health Care Series – Access to Care, at the Westin
New superintendent brings chance at cooperation
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly The Asian Pacific Directors Coalition (APDC) met with new Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Jose Banda last Friday, Nov. 9
Tateuchi Foundation awards $175,000 grant to ICHS
On Oct. 21, the Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Foundation awarded a grant of $175,000 to the International Community Health Services (ICHS) Foundation to support women’s health care access.
ICHS voices concern over basic health and other health service cuts in governor’s proposed budget
International Community Health Services (ICHS), which helps low-income and uninsured people in Seattle, especially in the Asian Pacific Islander community, could see 80 percent more medically uninsured patients and an approximate $800,000 budget shortfall next year if Basic Health cuts unveiled by Gov. Chris Gregoire become law.
Commentary: First Hill Streetcar to threaten access to International District Village Square
By Teresita Batayola, Maiko Winkler-Chin, and Janice Deguchi For Northwest Asian Weekly Approaching International District/Chinatown from the southeast, you are quickly in the midst of vibrant activity centered on 8th Avenue South, with South Dearborn and South Lane Streets as its borders.
May 21: ICHS holds 2011 Bloom Gala, raises $200,000
International Community Health Services (ICHS) held its annual Bloom Gala, which brought together more than 400 ICHS supporters to raise more than $200,000 for patient care.
Report reveals state budget cuts exacerbate racial disparities
A new report, “The Color of Cuts: The Disproportionate Impact of Budget Cuts on Communities of Color in Washington State,” written by the Washington
Local APIs band together with national orgs to protest federal budget cuts
Organizations representing and serving Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities across the country joined together on March 17
Community clinic providing interpretation for API community named Pioneer in Healthcare
For new immigrants, coming to America without knowing the language may sometimes make the experience unpleasant. What can make the situation really worrisome is not being able